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10-15-2015, 11:19 AM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by UncleVanya Quote
but more versatile - and they lack weather resistance.
To me, this fragment is contradictory. I have the 18-250 and now also the 18-135, and in practical camera bag fit terms there isn't much between them size-wise - but the WR outweighs the extra focal length in the context of the applications for which I bought the lens (outdoor use where rain or snow either threaten or are falling). For me, that "and" should be a "however".

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QuoteOriginally posted by pathdoc Quote
To me, this fragment is contradictory. I have the 18-250 and now also the 18-135, and in practical camera bag fit terms there isn't much between them size-wise - but the WR outweighs the extra focal length in the context of the applications for which I bought the lens (outdoor use where rain or snow either threaten or are falling). For me, that "and" should be a "however".
And implies nothing more than fact... but however is a better phrasing - I have stolen your words and edited my original post.
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Maybe you don't know.
K-5 and K-3 are HIGH-END. It mat hard for you.

K-30 K-50 are same I'D. They are NID-RANGE. IT help easy for you. They are very good. You decide!
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get a fz200 and a k50 with kit lenses and that will cost you about 800 with money to buy extra batteries.

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Maybe you don't know.
K-5 and K-3 are HIGH-END. It mat hard for you.

K-30 K-50 are same I'D. They are NID-RANGE. IT help easy for you. They are very good. You decide!
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