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| p.1 #9 · Upgrade from d90 -> d7000 and lenses advices |
(i know that i will have a hole in my gear between 50 and 70)
I see people say things like this all the time on forums like these, but I think it's a mistake to think about your kit this way. You probably do not need to have every single mm of focal length covered. In fact, it wasn't even possible to do so in the era before fast, high-quality zoom lenses (which was not even very long ago, relative to the modern history of camera equipment).
I'm not suggesting that your lens selection is wrong, just that you should think about the gear you choose in terms of what lenses you need in order to shoot what you're interested in, rather than having "complete" coverage from wide-angle to telephoto. I know wildlife photographers whose widest lens is 70mm. Likewise, I know wedding photographers whose longest lens is 85mm. For myself, I only shoot two prime lenses in my digital kit: 28mm and 85mm, and I get by just fine for studio and environmental portraiture.
You have more than adequate coverage with your proposed kit. Shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot, and pay very close attention to what you like to shoot and how you like to shoot it. After a while, you may just find that you're happier and more successful carrying less gear, rather than more.