« on: June 13, 2012, 01:00:33 PM »
RRS told me last week that they just got the grip and would have the L plate in about 30 days so it seems that the anti-twist plate would be on about the same timetable.
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Well, I actually have both. Maybe seems a little crazy but they are very different lenses in my opinion. If your main interest is wildlife and birds, then the 100-400 is definitely the best choice. For an all-around long zoom that you can keep in your bag at all times, a 70-300mm is much more practical.
I wouldn't want to carry around the 100-400 all day, every day. The 70-300, while a substantial lens, is much easier to manage. So, as with most advice, it depends on what you intend to use the lens for.