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post #11 of 13
My personal opinion: yep, I'd go with that lens. I've found the image quality to be better than the 75-300mm.

Of course, in the end it is your money (and $600+ of it), so the best thing for you probably would actually be look up reviews of the two lenses and make up your own mind from there. It's definitely a personal taste issue, and maybe you're not picky enough to be bothered by the image quality difference, in which case why not go for the combo deal with the 75-300 then?
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Well right now my L110 has the image quality I need, just not the setting adjustments and speed. As long as the 75-300 is able to do at least that quality then I'd be fine. Guess I'll just have to go in an see if they have a display of the two. Thanks for your help.
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Maximum focal length / Minimum Focal Length = Zoom "x"
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