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Thread: Fun with the 55-300mm

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    Fun with the 55-300mm

    I've really enjoyed the images in the Fun with K-5 thread, but can't post since I don't have a K-5, yet anyway. I do have a K20 and the 55-300mm. I find it a terrific lens. For its size, weight and cost it produces great images.


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    Re: Fun with the 55-300mm

    Same here but have the K-r and will probably wait for the K30 rather than the K5 but who knows.

    But I have certainly been having fun with 55-300 which is a great lens for the price,and I certainly have had some fun today making some memories with it .

    A lovely hot day for swimming today, at least for the pooches who wanted to cool down.

    Dexter the Jack Russell is great swimmer and loves retrieving a ball no matter how far you throw it into the water.

    But it was Bella my little two and half year old Chihuahua who weighs 1.5kg and stands 10 inches high that made me smile the most today.

    She has only ever paddled before but today she decided she was going to get that ball even if it meant swimming for it.

    I think I will have to get her a smaller ball!

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    Re: Fun with the 55-300mm

    Is a cheap lens. Almost all portraits from Fotograf Constanta | PORTRETE - Fotograf Constanta are made with 55-300mm. Tele lens means no distortion and blur background.
    Goood light.

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