манай багш Leica камертай тэгээд тэрийгээ хамгийн л сайн гэдгийн. Leica lens хэр вэ? Мөн D200 ийн талаар мэдэх үү?
well if you can afford D200, then go for D200 because for its price it has to be the best camera at the moment.
But dont forget to get the most out of D200, you will obiviously need a damn fine lens that costs over £300-4000. There is no point in getting D200 and sticking £150 lens.
Its like buying super computer only to surf the net.
Leica is like a specialised camera, much like the e.g Hasselblad.
Example Hasselblad XPan II is the true wide angle camera and you can't go on changing the lens, you only stuck with wide. But for what it does it does it better then any other camera.
So Leica is another company that sells specialised bodies and lens. If you gonna use camera to take pictures of portraite, landscape, animals etc etc the best option is to buy popular brand like canon and nikon because the range of lens they offer is amazing!
back to the D200 subject.
If you was to buy D200, which costs here £1000.
you would need a good walk around lens e.g 17-55 / 17-70 / 24-85 etc.
A decent quality lens would set you back around £300.
(A Pro version will costs £750-900)
Then if you like taking landscapes, you gonna need another decent performing lens e.g the tokina 12-24 / sigma 10-20 which costs £300.
(A Pro version will costs £600)
Then If you think you gonna need zoom lens (which I use it very often), you gonna need something like 70-200 / 100-300 ideally. Good performing lens is Sigma 100-300 F/4 or Sigma 70-200 f2.8.
(A Pro version will costs £800-1200)
At the end of the day you are buying into the lens system and not the acutal camera. As you can see the lens costs far more then the actual dSLR body.
here is my lens collection at the moment.
from biggest to smallest:
Sigma = Bigma (70-200mm with add on convertor it can be 100-300)
I use this lens to take pictures of animals and obivously paparazzi pics
Tamron = Middle Lens (28-75mm)
I use this lens as my walk around lens, it gives me decent wide > zoom. decent for landscape, portraite etc.
Nikon = small lens (50mm fixed focal range)
This lens is awesome. Very very good for portraite, very sharp. and costs only £70-80. It has to be the best bargain, yet 1 of the sharpest lens around.