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Thanks Bill. For the tight shots I'm using a 600mm f/4, the same lens I use for wildlife much of the time. The 600 is a bit long at times (400mm 2.8, or nowadays the 200-400mm are sort of the go-to choices for football among professionals), but I pair it with a 70-200mm 2.8 and a wide lens. Typically I'm carrying three bodies with lenses attached on the sidelines.

Max
 


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