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Old 09/16/2019, 12:15 PM   #4
NikonN8
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Get the Gen 1 100mm f/2.8, it's a great lens and being an older generation will save you a few bucks. I loved mine. When I sold my T5i it was the only lens I kept of all the lenses I had, and had it not been stolen I'd be shooting Canon gear still today. It's a great portrait lens too.

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Originally Posted by Sam2832 View Post
This is the one i have eyes on, https://www.canon.ca/en/product?name...F-Lenses/Macro
I read that the image stabilizer is really practical for macro.
For handheld shooting, yea, but corals lend themselves really well to tripods. Shooting fish was easiest for me with a fast shutter speed (1/1000+) and fairly open aperture (5.6ish). The DOF from not being wide open was a bit more forgiving than shooting wide open. The fast shutter speed helps with capturing motion because they are NOT going to sit still for you while you line up a shot.


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