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Discussion in 'Native Lenses' started by Ig7, Jun 3, 2013.
Would anyone have experience with both in good light? Is it worth the price difference?
These are lenses that play different roles. 14-150 is an extensive, versatile focal range suitable for a vacationing photographer who values convenience and simple carry above all else. 35-100 is a fast zoom lens that a photojournalist values for low-light capability, versatility, and image quality within the limited focal range it is designed for. If getting the shot in that range is important to a photographer's bread and butter come what may, it is worth its price difference.
Check the image threads in this forum to see what people are doing with them:
Any lens would work great in good light. People pay the premium for the 35-100/2.8 because it would also work great in not so good light.
The focal lengths are obviously different. 14-150 may be softer past 100 mm but 35-100 doesn't go past 100 mm.