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bluehawkpilot Registered since 11th May 2011
Sun 15-May-11 06:35 PM

I need someone to cut to the chase. I have a D40, with the 55-200mm f/4-5.6VR lens. I am taking pictures of little league baseball games and have a question(s). Should I look at a 300mm lens for more zoom or just crop the pictures I take with the 200mm? and If I get a 300mm, will I still have the same problems with the pictures being blurry in the dark. it is my understanding that unless I get a 2.8 or so lens that I'll have the same problems. I read and read and can't seem to get the answer I need. I have turned the ISO up and it helped but I'm kinda overwhelmed. Also, should I look at a 70-300 zoom or a more specific telephoto type?


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