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Going to Europe - 14/2.8 vs 10-24/4?


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Cheers @Newsphoto! Yes I am waiting for the building to be finished ( won’t take long) and have another go at the area, including the back of the central station in Amsterdam ( which has been worked on forever in the last 25 years!).

 

The 10-24mm is an essential tool for an architectural reportage.

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When traveling I like to make sure that I have the ability to capture the image that I want in places that I may never be able to visit again. I would highly recommend the XF 10-24mm for this reason. You will have a better chance of capturing the image that you want, especially when buildings prevent you from backing further away from your subjects as they do in so many of the compact streets of Europe's cities. 

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