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Posted 18th Dec 2019

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Looks decent. I picked up a barely used 1300d last year for £130, might be another option as they look pretty similar spec wise.
Just bought a canon 80d second hand

What do you think are must have lenses I’ve got a kit lens 18-55mm obviously it’s a crop sensor

I’m thinking about a 10-18mm for wide angles to

Off to Iceland in feb and wanna try some nice shots and something for Astro
Danc71118/12/2019 12:52

Just bought a canon 80d second hand What do you think are must have lenses …Just bought a canon 80d second hand What do you think are must have lenses I’ve got a kit lens 18-55mm obviously it’s a crop sensorI’m thinking about a 10-18mm for wide angles to Off to Iceland in feb and wanna try some nice shots and something for Astro


35/ 50 prime?
Believe_Me18/12/2019 13:22

35/ 50 prime?


I’m thinking about the nifty 50mm but would you say f1.8 would be good for Astro?

I wanted the Sony a7s but the picture quality doesn’t seem as good I know it’s low light is amazing but I wanna do a lot of photo and video with it
Danc71118/12/2019 12:52

Just bought a canon 80d second hand What do you think are must have lenses


The 24mm pancake f/2.8 and the EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM are my favorite budget lenses though neither would be good for astro. If doing video make sure you get the STM version of the Nifty.
Bubba.Ho-Tep18/12/2019 15:45

The 24mm pancake f/2.8 and the EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM are my …The 24mm pancake f/2.8 and the EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM are my favorite budget lenses though neither would be good for astro. If doing video make sure you get the STM version of the Nifty.


What is the difference with stm?

What lens would you recommend for Iceland

I’m thinking of renting the sigma 20mm 1.4
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Danc71118/12/2019 12:52

Just bought a canon 80d second hand What do you think are must have lenses …Just bought a canon 80d second hand What do you think are must have lenses I’ve got a kit lens 18-55mm obviously it’s a crop sensorI’m thinking about a 10-18mm for wide angles to Off to Iceland in feb and wanna try some nice shots and something for Astro


I recommend the Greg’s sausage rolls. They are exclusive to Iceland.
Danc71118/12/2019 15:47

What is the difference with stm? What lens would you recommend for Iceland …What is the difference with stm? What lens would you recommend for Iceland I’m thinking of renting the sigma 20mm 1.4


STM is a quieter and smoother focusing system that is better for videos. also its better built and slightly sharper to the edges lens than the ii. I have no expreience with astro so have no opinion there sorry.
Danc71118/12/2019 13:24

I’m thinking about the nifty 50mm but would you say f1.8 would be good for …I’m thinking about the nifty 50mm but would you say f1.8 would be good for Astro? I wanted the Sony a7s but the picture quality doesn’t seem as good I know it’s low light is amazing but I wanna do a lot of photo and video with it


50mm isn't great for astro, unless you're wanting to zoom into something in the foreground or are using a tracker to stack a deep space object. 1.8 is great for letting in lots of light but the zoom will restrict how long you can expose for before getting trails. Ideally what you want is a wide angle with wide aperature, maybe a 24mm 2.8 if you're looking for something cheapish.
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