Landscape and wildlife lens considerations

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OP Qimmiq Regular Member • Posts: 138
Re: Landscape and wildlife lens considerations

Yes, I suppose it could be an option too. My thought is that there is a big difference in the weight between the 70-200 and the 150-600 so if I was shooting perched birds while just out on a walk the 70-200 doesn't give me the reach and I wouldn't want to lug around the 150-600 for a pleasure walk.

When I had the 400mm lens (twice) it was great, sharp, light and fast AF. My only negative was the poor MFD and sometimes I wished it could zoom out a bit. But it is a great lens and I would consider it again for a third time.
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