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Old 04-30-2010, 05:10 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by Trendyh View Post
Thanks to the guys that replied, I already have a 100-400 and don't mind the push-pull you get used to it, I was just looking for a lens with more variety of range to stop lens changing, and dust on the sensor.And was sure that there would be a few photog's on here that had one or used one and was looking for your opinions after using it.
Hahaha, you're in for it.
If you ever get a chance to use a push-pull lens before you buy it, feel the air moving in and out of the camera body, especially near the CF card door. There's a reason why they call them dust pumps. You won't be saving your sensor from much dust at all, it would be way easier on you just to get a blower.
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