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Nikon 70-300 4.5-5.6 or Sigma 70-200 2.8 Which to buy Part 2

When it comes to purchasing a lens what is the most important thing to look at, the f stop. The large the f stop the more light you are going to let in. The more light you let in the better your image quality tends to be.

In Part 2 we dive more into why a 2.8 lens is the right choice for you even if you are just starting out. Stay tuned at the end for a Skype call with Gizzy telling us which lens he decided to go with.


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