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Wildlife telephoto zooms.

Mr_Eric

Santa Barbera, US
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Mr_Eric Registered since 16th Mar 2002
Sat 16-Mar-02 08:49 PM

Hello everyone,

I have been lingering around the Nikonians Forum for the past few weeks and decided to finally register and ask some questions. I am very interested in Wildlife photography and wanted some input on lens choices for an F100. I've been researching various telephoto zooms but I am not sure which would be best for my price range. The most I would spend is around $750-800. Lens quality is my number one priority but I would also like a descent zoom range. The Tokina 100-300mm f/4 AT-X 340 AF II seems to fit my criteria, but I was wondering if there are any Manual focus lenses out there with a longer range, or perhaps, better quality that I should be looking at. I am also uncertain as to whether an 80-200 f/2.8 or a 100-300 f/4 would work best with a teleconverter.

Thanks,
Eric

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