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Hello Antoine............

September 21 2011 at 6:32 PM
Dan Rosecrans  (Login danrosecrans)
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Response to Canon Macro Lens

I have a suggestion for you. Why not get a digital camera with image-stabilizing? I have a Canon SX30IS and it does a really good job for me. My reason for the recommendation is three-fold. #1) You can get it for $350.00,with battery(new from Amazon)so you save $100.00 or so over the lens. #2)You can trash the tripod,which gives you greater freedom. #3)Great all-around camera;has 35x Zoom,etc,etc. Also,camera senses when it needs Macro-mode,so you don't forget to set it. Very user-friendly. By the way,I just used my camera as an example because I am familiar with it and I know it is on sale now. However,if you have professional aspirations,go with the add-on for your camera. Keep us posted and let me know what you decide........Dan

 
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