The 55-300 would have, also, been
a great companion and with more
reach on both ends.  I've, also, heard the cry that one cannot have too many 
lenses.

J

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> On Oct 2, 2018, at 7:42 AM, Subash Jeyan <pdml.l...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> i've just got myself an F 70-210 f4-5.6, though it'd actually be two
> weeks before i get my hands on it. the reviews of the lens on the PF
> were pretty good and i was curious about the images taken with the
> lens. so i went to PPG to have a look. most of the images for that lens
> in PPG seems to have been taken by Ken Waller. indeed, the first 15
> images or so were his. superb stuff. recognised a few other names from
> the list too. 
> 
> i am glad i bought this lens though it doesn't necessary follow that
> the images i make will be half as good. i was planning to take the DA
> 55-300 on my trek in the himalayas next month but wondering if i should
> take this lens instead (coupled with the sigma 17-50/2.8).
> 
> here is the PPG link for this lens if anyone else is interested:
> 
> https://pentaxphotogallery.com/photos/gallery/query?camera=&lens=930
> 
> 
> subash
> 
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