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Hi

I think there is no such thing as the best lens for ... Because the focus with which one works has to do with many personal factors, there are people who prefer very close and others who do not want to get involved.

I use the Batiss de Zeiss for weddings, they are really amazing for color, quality, sealing, speed.

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