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    [QUOTE=Yogi]If you are using nikon and if your company is paying for your camera then go ahead and get the the D2Hs with the AFS IF VR LD G what not lenses.

    Sorry, Should read ED and not LD. I guess sometimes you get lost in the crazy naming that Nikon has!

    As to recommendation on lenses i am sure you are going to get all the low apperture ones. I am not sure about the 50mm NOCT will fit a D1,2 Hs etc but it is a brilliant lens to have.

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    Btw, i forgot to say this in my previous post

    Get this! I have one of them and very handy to carry if you are doing some sports event and can change lenses fairly easily and they are rugged and dust protective. Now they are back home and not being used...I do miss them and my lenses...

    The link (a bit expensive for simple stuff but good)

    http://www.newswear.com/mmediumdetail.htm

    Cheers

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    that vest looks a bit bulky for my taste. I prefer something more like this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...d=JBEJANZWMJTJ

    Of course I'm a very light traveler, usually only a 50mm and a 28-100mm.

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    Quiet understandable with the size of the vest!

    As Rajiv was stating that he was a photo journalist by porfession, i suggested him a good vest that can carry a 70-200 in its pouch without problems.

    If you are considering one of the bags, Domke or Tamrac have decent bags at no such expensive prices like lowepro!

    Cheers

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