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    SOLD: Canon 70-200mm f/4L w/tripod collar

    Just listed the lens over on FM this morning. Here's the listing with the picture and details:

    http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/489729

    Selling this great lens to help fund the Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 I just picked up.

    Drop a note with any questions...

    Thanks!
    Tom
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    I would put some feedback on your post for you... but the guy that runs that section of FM would lock the thread... its like the post nazis in there...
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    Thanks...I hear ya. I'm going to do my daily bump, and keep quiet... Hopefully it sells...we'll see.
    Tom Nanos
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    finally L glass that I could afford but I am broke lol
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    finally L glass that I could afford but I am broke lol
    Dude!! Easy! Just buy some of this and apply it on your kit lens...



    Tom I wish I could splurge for that lens right now. I'm in need of one too but I have to get some of this flash stuff out of the way. Maybe I'll sell my AB's .... hrmmm

  6. Tom your killing me...Want to buy..........


    maybe after income tax ....i'll see how much i have left over.

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    Hey Tom you can also put our forum down as a reference when you do the bump... it will be obvious to anyone that comes here that you have a good rep...
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    did someone say AB's for sale?
    lol
    Tom, the sigma is that good huh?
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    i got an L f4 too.... if the sigma is better or about as nice... id also think of getting one..Hmmmm F2.8....very tempting indeed!!
    Canon EOS 30D With grip, various lenses and stuff...

    see my pics at www.brokenfencephotography.com

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    directly to helping CT animal shelters.
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    Ross-

    Not a bad idea. I'll add the link/text tomorrow.

    Craig-

    It's pretty damn close to the f/4L. There is a slight difference, but for all intents & purposes, they're identical, with the Sigma having the 2.8 max. And it's $400 less than the Canon 2.8. Hands down winner in my book.
    Tom Nanos
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    "What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly"
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