I’m hoping some photographer gurus read my blog and can advise me on what lens I should be looking for if I am after a tele lens for my Canon 350d under 250 pounds. I specifically want to use it for sports and wildlife photography (wildlife is something I very rarely see over here in London, apart from the occasional park deer, and garbage-eating fox, but something I want to cater for when i get back to South Africa) so I suppose it needs a quick focus speed and good image stabilisation (without having to pay huge amounts for the “IS” feature). I’m not that fussy on Canon, Tamron or Sigma, but I am pretty clueless when it comes to my little toy SLR camera, and value any comments.
My previous post I wrote when choosing my Digital SLR camera was very, very insightful and I was amazed at the amount of feedback I got.
So far I have found two good lens options (well I think they are good) from Jessops. The Sigma 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DG Macro (Canon AF) and the Canon EF 75-300mm f4/5.6 USM MK3.
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