I'm going to buy a D60. This means I'll also need one or two new lenses. These are the options:
- Buy a EOS300 package (comes with a Canon 28-90 and 75-300) for ???600;
- Sigma 28-300;
- 28-200 and 70-300
The thing is: if I would like to get a good profile shot of a widebody over here, anything excess of 100mm is probably too big. So, if you consider the 1,6 factor on the D60, the 75-300 is probably just too big. Damn!
That's why I decided to go for a 28-300 (Sigma). However, some people advice me not to buy this, since this is a telelens as well as a wide angle lens and hence probably not as good as other, normal, lenses.
So, a guy advised me to get for instance a 28-200 (would be good to shoot widebodies and still gives me 300mm, good enough to get some closeups of the aircraft) and a 70-300 for the heavier stuff...
Any advice you guys can give me? Should I stick to the Sigma 28-300, or go for the 28-300 and 70-300 lenses? What about the package deal? At first it sounded pretty good, but I'd need the 28-90 lens for widebodies, and this lens only goes to like 145mm, which is not enough to get good close-ups.
Oh man, this choice is almost killing me....Somebody HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!