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Old 22nd August 2013
Ulfric M Douglas Ulfric M Douglas is offline
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Re: Banjukes

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... I will use both of these but will have to upgrade the glass at some stage. Has anyone used the cheaper lenes with the E1? What are the results like?
Can anyone suggest one good all round lens that won't break the bank!!
OK don't be fooled by the price : your pair of lenses absolutely pee all over the low-end kit zooms from any other DSLR system in terms of sharpness, contrast and chromatic aberration control.
Now, you can upgrade in terms of aperture-for-focal-length very cheaply with a used 14-54MkI like I did
but you will not see ANY improvement in sharpness as your lenses already FAR outresolve the sensor in the E-1.

So take a breath and figure out what you really want from your next lens.
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