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  A Photographer's Review of the Canon EOS 10D Digital SLR
Subject:   amateaur hobbyist
Date:   2003-09-16 13:40:40
From:   anonymous2
I recently purchased the 10D. I am not a professional photographer, I just love photography. I purchased a macro lens (mp-e 65mm), with the ring light and the remote switch and a 28-300 mm. What do you think about these two lens? Another question is I want to make a panoramic picture of a landscape. What exposure do you recomend? I can use a tripod so I can have a long exposure and a small aperture which will give me good depth of field? Is this what I need to do? Or do I just put the landscape setting?I want to get the most possible sharpness throughout the picture. Yesterday I discovered the camera came with a software that included photostitch so I do not have to get it.
Your article was very good, thanks a lot. I would also appreciate it a lot if you comment on my questions.
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  • mp-e 65mm
    2003-11-05 07:52:04  anonymous2 [View]

    Have a look on this site to see how what the mp-e 65mm is able to produce, (With the dedicated flash MT-24EX Macro TwinLite), and how to use properly this beatifull lense with a numeric camera.

    http://www.frankphillips.com/macro/

    http://luminous-landscape.com/reviews/lenses/mp-e-65.shtml

    http://www.vividlight.com/articles/2914.htm

    Bye, Olivier from FRANCE.