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Old 05-19-2011, 10:21 PM   #9
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Keep in mind that the nicest DSLR lenses cost at least $1000 themselves.
True statement, but a great alternative is just renting the high-end glass for special occasions. I'm a huge fan of borrowlenses.com, and I would recommend them to anyone that has a DSLR. It's a great way to get the use of pro glass when you need it (or just trying out different lenses) without tying up the capital.
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