A great lens is going to make or break your images. Generally speaking, larger is better. Technology gets better and better, but you can’t change the laws of physics. More light is better, and small lenses will always be limited. Look online (those same websites I listed in the last paragraph are good for this too) for reviews which are specific to the lens on the model you’re looking at. If there is no information about the lens, that is a bad sign.You could also read some good books that you’ve been delaying such as books by Haruki Murakami and Ernest Hemingway. You can also study a new language like Spanish, or enroll in a photography class to become the next Ansel Adams.At Lisasurbannostalgia there is always something new! I have a few projects in the works. You can expect to see glossy colorful paper bead earrings made of antique paper, also chandelier crystals with pictures inside them and enhanced with wire wrapping. The holidays are definitely inspiring. As of this moment I am working on some Halloween bracelets made with vintage images sealed with resin and vintage Halloween Funny Babies Funny Mess postcard pictures in hand soldered pendants, accented with Swarovsky crystals and charms.