Right Time - Right Place - Wrong Lens

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Right Time - Right Place - Wrong Lens
Mar 25, 2012


I'm sure I can't be the only sufferer of this phenomenon. About 18 moonths ago I invested in my D90 and love it; same time I bought a 70-300 for wildlife and a 18-105 for landsapes plus a 90mm Tamron Macro. Nothing I like more than going out walking with my camera but it seems that if I fit my 70-300mm all wildlife seem awol alternatively if I go out with my 18-105 I'm almost tripping over them.

The ideal solution would be to opt for a decent walk about for general use and a better tele lens because all a 70-300 does is whet your appetite. I'm considering trading in the 18-105 and the 70-300 and replacing with the Tamron 18-270mm f3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD for every day and a Sigma 150-500mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM and keeping the 90mm Tamron Macro. Anyone have any advice either for or against?

Thanks in advance


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