Re; Canon lens.

To: "'Paul Walbridge'" <>
Subject: Re; Canon lens.
From: "Richard Jenkin" <>
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2010 18:32:17 +1100
Hi Paul and all that have responded

I do go on a lot of pelagics, so the advice on lenses is also of great

I have received lots of replies, both through birding-aus and privately as
well. This is just to extend a tremendous thank you to all those that have
provided advice so far, which will hopefully be useful to many others as

As usual this wonderful forum has provided a wealth of knowledge and

It will take some time to sift through all the replies and make some
decisions but I will post the final summary and decision when it happens.

I will also respond to the individuals  that have provided extensive
information. In the mean time I haven't forgotten your input and very much
appreciate it



Lynn and Dick Jenkin
Tashkent Friesians
PO Box 92 Dungog NSW 2420
02 49921158
Djangos Facebook Page
Tashkent Friesians

-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Paul Walbridge
Sent: Thursday, 25 November 2010 4:50 PM
Subject: Re; Canon lens.

Hi All, I forgot to mention in my previous post about a recently launched
Canon 'L' lens which I think in my humble opinion could be the ultimate
pelagic lens. I refer to the 70-300 mm 'L' lens which is of a completely new
design from what I've seen and heard. It is light, rugged, compact and most
importantly, weather-sealed, perfect for the boat!! Cheers - Paul W.

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