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  1. #21

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    Do the search like normal, then under "Preferences - Show only" on the left side, click the box for "Completed Listings" - you have to be logged in to see them.

    Duncan

  2. #22

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    35-105mm f/3. is easily the best for versatility and overall utility. at the wide angle range the 20-35mm is up there with the best but expect to pay for it. i got a 24-35mm for $60 and it is great. a little bit more distortion than the 24mm f/2.8 but very sharp for a zoom. although the 35-70 is nice enough to start, a 50mm plus two legs does the same thing. imo a zoom needs to add something a little extra to be worth it so the wide L series or the slightl longer 35-105 would be my only recommendations. otherwise just stick with the 50

  3. #23

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    How about the Soligor 35-140mm Auto Zoom f/3.5 Macro?

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    My favorite zoom lens in FD is the 85mm f/1.2, modified to zoom.

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    I own the FD 35-105 f3.5 and it's a good lens but a hell of a weight to lug about for it's limited zoom range and it takes 72mm filters, I would recommend the FD 35-70 f3.5-f4.5 together with the FD 70-150 zoom I find this a very versatile walk around kit and they both take 52mm filters
    Ben

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    if you can't find a 70-150, there are plenty of great lenses in the 70-210/80-200 arena as well that will complement a 35-70.

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