A&P What does OT think of this lense for my e-300

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  1. twinturboteddy

    twinturboteddy Bling Bling!

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&?ViewItem&item=7517790936

    SIGMA 55-200MM FOR OLYMPUS EVOLT- E-300

    HERE IS A USED, BUT LIKE NEW CONDITION SIGMA AF 55-200MM, F4.0 FOR OLYMPUS E-300 , COMES WITH HOOD AND BOTH CAPS..VERY LIGHTLY USED, THEREFORE, ITS LIKE NEW..IN ITS ORIGINAL BOX AND ALL MANUALS..

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    right now I have a 14-45mm, and 44-150mm lenses
     
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    hash browns lolcathlon champion OT Supporter

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    Owned from lack of lens choices
     
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    twinturboteddy Bling Bling!

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    I don't think I'll ever have more than 4 lenses anyway. But lack of lens choices owns me joo.
     
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    I bought an E1 instead of a 300D because I liked the ergonomics better and it had some features I liked (weatherproofing and the dust shaker) and a good kit lens (14-54 f/2.8-3.5) with decent macro performance. I would have considered a 20D, but a 20D with a decent kit lens (the EF-S 17-85 IS) would have been 50% more than the E1 with 14-54 lens and FL-20 flash.

    So far I've been very happy with the E1, but I'm sure I'd have been happy with either the 300D or the 20D if I'd gone that way.
     
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    hash browns lolcathlon champion OT Supporter

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    No L, No Care.

    Trust me, I'm a consultant.
     
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    No Japanese Optics, no care. Trust me, I've used a whole gamut of filters, from vario-polarizing to star 16-point.
     
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    hash browns lolcathlon champion OT Supporter

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    A buddy of mine has that lens, he seems to like it. However I haven't had a chance to check it out myself.
     
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    twinturboteddy Bling Bling!

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    Really? By chance does he use it on an e-300?

    I'm doubting it's fully functional on my camera since it's not a Zuiko digital. Oh wells we'll see. I won the auction at 178 something. No big loss. At least it wasn't 800 bucks.
     
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    Yeah, he's using it on his E-300. Fully functional as far as I know. . .
     
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    twinturboteddy Bling Bling!

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    groovy baby

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