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Standard zoom and mid range Lenses with focal lengths larger than 12mm, but no longer than 60mm, includes standard zooms and portrait primes plus some macro lenses.

 
 
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Old 5th January 2011
Crawford
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Advice on lenses

Hi folks,joined the forum quite recently and have posted a few pics which have received nice comments.I've had my E-620 with 14-42 and 40-150 lenses since june 2010 and have been very pleased with the results although i use the 14-42 mostly and the 40-150 occasionally,what i was wondering was would it be more beneficial having just one lens that would do the job of the two i have, either Olympus or other make or keep what i have especially when i see the price of some of the lenses,i'm purely amateur and shoot for fun but love to see and hopefully take quality pics,thanks,Crawford.
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