I was really excited when I saw this email about which lens to buy because I am trying to figure out exactly that right now but I was terribly disapointed when I read the article and it did not help in any way. I am glad to know now that the lens that I bought with my camera sucks but I really didn't find out which lens would work to shoot junior (actually I am taking it to pro basketball games to shoot from a distance).
There's a difference between shortcomings, limitations, and 'sucks', and the goal of this article was to address these issues - which BTW, I am constantly questioned about by readers like yourself, attendees of my B&H Event Space lens seminars, and neighbors who know I'm 'in the biz'.
They also reflect my own thoughts based on shooting with countless cameras & lenses over the years, and the realities of my own encounters with kits lenses, good and bad. And make no mistake about it - there are good kits zooms and lousy kit zooms out there.
And thanks for the feedback.
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