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    I'll need vs. I'll be needing

    Imagine a situation where a friend of mine is going for a trip. Now she is in the act of packing, and she put my camera to her bag. The thing is, I will also need the camera later on, so which of the following tenses should I use? And what is the main difference between them?
    1) No, don't take that, I will need this camera later on.
    2) No, don't take that, I will be needing this camera later on.

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    Re: I'll need vs. I'll be needing

    They are both OK and mean the same.

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