Yeah, it's tricky.
November and December are really busy and renting is expensive.
Thanks for the advice. I'm going to call the Canon-Approved repair shop in the morning to see what they think.
A shame there isn't some quick fix.
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"Unfortunately, Canon was probably placed in the worst lit area on the show floor, no art or great photos could be made with the new lenses, though I tried."
Which is why the 24 - 105mm IS L will continue to be the better lens when light levels are low with sharp images being possible as low as 1/6th sec.
I've never yet heard any client say images would be better if a sharper lens than the 24 - 105mm was used, so what's the point in a lens which weighs twice as much costs three times as much and has a reduced zoom range, and can't take decent photos when the light drops away?
Want a blurred background? Then use a prime! 2.8 is only just wide enough anyway.