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Hi, Do you turn off the OIS when doing a panning with the 55-200? On my old Nikon 70-300VR, I had two modes for VR; one made for panning. I'm planning to shoot my father with its motorcycle, but I have not a lot of experience with panning photography. Thanks, Sebastien
I want to purchase a lens to expand the reach of my Fuji kit without adding a lot of weight to what I carry when traveling. I am looking at the 18-135 mm lens or 55-200 mm lens. Or I may put this off and wait for some new lens from Fuji. I currently have the Fuji X-T2 camera body and these lenses: 18-55 mm f/2.8-4 kit lens 35 mm f/2 lens 10-24 mm f/4 wide angle lens I have read mixed reviews of the 18-135 mm lens, especially when paired with the X-T2. The advantage of getting the 18-135 lens would be the freedom to take this lens with either the wide angle or 35 mm for a lighter travel kit. If I buy the 55-200mm, I might end up carrying the 18-55, 55-200 and the wide angle lens (since I like to shoot landscapes). I am used to using a Canon camera with a variety of lenses. I have the Canon 70D and 4ti camera bodies with an array of lenses. The lenses I tend to use most often are: 18-135 mm STM 10-18 mm or 10-22 mm 28 mm But when I want to photograph wildlife or BIF - or isolate elements of a landscape - I like using my 70-300mm lens or the newer Tamron 18-270 mm lens. I am going to be traveling in Europe for several weeks and part of that time will be on a river cruise where I need to carry whatever photography gear I want to use in port. My current solution has been to take the Fuji and one of the Canon cameras, keeping a lens with longer reach on the Canon. Any suggestions from people who have used the 18-135 mm and/or 55-200 mm lens? Thank you in advance! (I should perhaps add that I shoot RAW and jpg, so I am willing to do some post processing on the Fuji images but haven't felt the need to do much with the jpg files yet.)