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second point should stem from your experience with current equipment. If you're shooting with a kit lens and you notice softness in your photos, you might consider an upgrade. If you want better low … -light performance, you might consider an upgrade. These upgrades can be better zoom lenses, but this is also a great time to consider primes. Primes work great in cases where you know what focal …
answered Feb 10 '11 by D. Lambert
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upgrade at some point, that might also be a factor for you. You wouldn't be able to use any EF-S lens with a full-frame body, but quality glass tends to hold its value very well, which mitigates this …
answered Sep 7 '12 by D. Lambert