Ok, so I'm thinking about getting the other half a camera bag, and I'm poking around the Kata website. Her main gear is a D300, a 300/4 AF-S and a Sigma 180 macro (plus my 18-200), so as I look around I'm making a mental note of what lenses are in the pictures for comparison. And I come across the BP-502.
(In case that link doesn't work, go to *Link Removed*, type bp-502 into the search box, then click on the one result you get.) In either case, click on the "2" or "3" in the Flash slideshow that loads to see what I'm about to talk about.
The picture shows a fairly large lens attached to the camera, taking up the whole centre of the bag. There's a much smaller lens in the compartment next to it, closer to the viewer. Both are old-style Nikon autofocus zooms. They both look like pro lenses to me. The picture's not quite good enough to read the lens product plates.
Now am I imagining it, or are they both 80-200/2.8 lenses? The centre one looks like a two-ring AF (screwdrive), and the near one looks like an AF-S. But that can't be right, because those two lenses are actually more-or-less the same size, and in the picture one's much smaller than the other.
So what's going on? Have I misidentified one or both lenses, or have Kata photoshopped their bag photo?