I have both, both are excellent; the 135L is my go-to for portraits and often indoor sports, the 100L is used primarily for macro.
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It seems like Canon knew about the problem during manufacturing and the units with the A or black markings in the battery compartment could be units with some bandaid fix in place. Looks like a design issue.
that is a great little lens. for about three years it was my favorite lens. now I have three L lenses and a fisheye, and while they are excellent, most of my photos that hang on the wall are from that one hundred dollar plastic lens. but part of that might be laziness about printing out new prints and framing them.
And if you believe DXO, it is rated higher than the 600F4 V2...... And at only 1/80th the price..
That's why I don't believe DXO ... not saying the 50mm f/1.8 is a bad lens.
Looking to get a Canon 600ex-rt flash for my 5D3 to use as an off camera light for starters. Plan on adding either more flashes or strobes to my kit in the future.
Speaking if which, what did you actually do? Would love to get some insight into that.
... i have a question.. canon said this:
"Potentially affected cameras will be inspected and repaired free of charge. If you own one of the potentially affected cameras please contact our Customer Support Center"
Does it mean that my newly bought 1D X is potentially affected because it belongs to the group of "insufficient lubrication" OR does it mean that i can only get it repaired after the symptoms appear? (a.k.a after there is already wear and damage to the camera)
Sadly, the strap appears to be based on the same technology as the last several generations of straps.
That 6D image isn't remotely close to the actual spread on the camera. It's far tighter and more centered than that.
You can buy it with the 24-105L kit lens and sell the lens for ~$800 to get a slightly better deal.