One lens vs. multiple lenses

Started Jul 30, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: One lens vs. multiple lenses

bofo777 wrote:

If your shooting daylight situations your type of lens is great but if your doing any indoor w/o flash you have to have a fast lens. I shoot 3/4 system and the two lens that are indispensable for my E5 is the 14-35 2.0 and 35-100 2.0 which covers basically all focal lengths for weddings ect....

If I can't get a decent photo at night, I don't bother taking it.  I usually keep a tripod with me, but the convenience of shooting at 1/30 second with the aperture wide open @ ISO 3200 is weighed against the hassle of setting up the tripod.

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