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      01-26-2018, 06:37 AM   #23
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Agreed on the 24-70. I have a 35mm 1.4 also, but when it's time for a trip I find the 24-70 goes in my bag.

I've done a 14-day trek to Everest Base Camp, countless excursions, and the 24-70 has come with me on every trip. It's versatile, fast (I use a 2.8), and sharp. It's just a touch heavy. But you cannot beat the practicality of having a nice wide angle whilst at the same time being able to get in for something a little closer.

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Sometimes, however, if I'm feeling adventurous, I ONLY take a 35mm f/1.4 prime.
Agreed on this 100%
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      01-26-2018, 10:20 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by peafur View Post
With fullframe sensor I can change it to DX and get reach up to 450mm.
"Reach" only increases if pixel-density increases. The Canon 7D MkII and the 5DS-R have the same pixel-density, so they have the exact same "reach" even though one is crop-sensor and one is full-frame. A crop sensor only uses part of the image circle of a lens designed for full-frame, so that's exactly the same as cropping in RAW conversion.
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