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  Reply # 881423 20-Aug-2013 10:23
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timmmay:
Also two bodies doesn't prevent downtime during lens changes, when you're changing a lens you can't use the other camera as your hands are busy.


What you mean you can't?

Ha, I wasn't emplying that you could, simply that you could have one body dedicated to a zoom and one with a wide angle or prime etc.

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  Reply # 881444 20-Aug-2013 10:52
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I just use the two lenses on my bodies. If I needed a third lens at one time I'd buy a third camera.




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