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Old 06-13-2012, 11:45 AM
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Eva for the constructive feedback :-)
Very well observed and I think I know what it is: the distance and size of the objects is far too great for this lens to give the ideal definition/sharpness. For closer and smaller subjects it is quite a good lens but for wider apertures/distances I would need a professional lens which is a bit too expensive for me right now

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Old 06-13-2012, 07:20 PM
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Hi Alex,
Cameras with good lenses are not that expensive these days. You should go on the web to search what's available. The lens is the most important part of the camera. All the other bells and whistles are just that. Maybe you can read some of the photo technique suggestions in TE Forum. Also, nowadays, many people trade up their cameras when a new gadget comes out, so you might be able to get a used one pretty cheaply. Good luck.
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