Macro Lens on Budget

Started Sep 21, 2016 | Questions thread
SeeTheWorld Regular Member • Posts: 342
Re: Macro Lens on Budget

James Larsen wrote:

I was highly considering it - but - it doesn't have any stabilization. IS is important to me, because I do a lot of hand held photography, and a lot of the time I'll just take a walk around somewhere to see if I can whip something up.

Good luck selling it though!

That 100mm 2.8 works quite well as hand held for me.  And, I think they're selling for $5-600.  Just saying . . . Also, if you read old reviews on the lens, I think you'll find some say it is a great portrait lens.  I really enjoy mine for chasing butterflies, etc. and getting portraits from a bit of a distance.  Good luck in your selection.  I'd be interested in learning what you decide in the end.

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