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Forum: Chit Chat 2012-02-15, 09:50 PM
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Posted By Mark & Lynda
Yeah, I was trying to use my 70-300 on my...

Yeah, I was trying to use my 70-300 on my daughters soccer field under low light in the early evening and trying to freeze motion (manual mode -F5, 1/640) and the results were not great. They came...
Forum: Chit Chat 2012-02-15, 09:41 PM
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Posted By Mark & Lynda
In low light situations you may need to bump the...

In low light situations you may need to bump the ISO but that will introduce more noise.

Again, the 55-250 will be your outdoor lens, the 18-55 will be your everyday shooting lens but seriously...
Forum: Chit Chat 2012-02-15, 02:31 PM
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Posted By Mark & Lynda
The 55-250mm is a great outdoor lens on a sunny...

The 55-250mm is a great outdoor lens on a sunny day. Where you will find issues with light on that lens is 6-7pm late summer when the sun is going down. You will have to boost the ISO to...
Forum: Chit Chat 2012-02-14, 04:43 PM
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Posted By Mark & Lynda
the 18-55 is fine in low light. The telephoto...

the 18-55 is fine in low light. The telephoto will not be so good in low light.

Does it come with anything else besides the 55-250mm? You won't be using that indoors.
Forum: Chit Chat 2012-02-14, 04:37 PM
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Posted By Mark & Lynda
The 50mm is a good portrait lens. Because its a...

The 50mm is a good portrait lens. Because its a F1.8 you can blur the background fairly nice. 1.8 will also let in a lot of light so in some cases it could be used indoors under low light however...
Forum: Chit Chat 2012-02-13, 09:21 PM
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Posted By Mark & Lynda
Sorry, I'm a Nikon shooter. If you're in the...

Sorry, I'm a Nikon shooter.

If you're in the market for the T3i you may want to look at the T2i. It's basically the same camera, same sensor size, but with an articulating screen. If you don't...
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