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bipock

Greenville, US
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bipock Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Feb 2013
Mon 25-Feb-13 10:57 PM

I recently swutched over to Nikon from Canon, reaplcing a 5D3 with a D800 and a 1D4 with a soon-to-arrive D7100. I also picked up a 24-120 and 70-200.8 II and flash for my portrait and family work.

My third lens is one that I always wanted, but now that I have it I wonder if it's the right one - a 200-400. I shoot alot of BIF and wildlife, so my thinking was the 200-400 keeps my FL consistent and, on a crop, would give me approximately 600mm FOV. Now, I wondering if it is going to be too short.

I know it does well with the 1.4x, so that option is available. I also have the option to exchange it for a 500 and 1.4 or 600 and 1.4x. However, The gap from 200 to 500/600 is awfully big.

What would you guys suggest?

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