You did note that he describes it as satire did you?
Does he note the comment as satire where he describes himself as an artist?
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why not go in for the 100-400 zoom?
Folks, not looking for a 70-xxx, I shoot wide and portrait mainly - the 135L suits my "L" telephoto needs just fine ;-)Oh...My bad...Jpas brought the Tamron 70-200mm into the conversation? I misread it ...I thought, because of the tight topic here, that he was mentioning the Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8 VC. The Tamron 70-200 is irrelevant in this conversation...sorry I compounded the error.
As a serious thought, you could look at the Tamron 70-200 f2.8 VC. Some feel it is optically pretty good at less $$ than the Canon, though I've never handled it.
Well, the 24-70 if you mean the new IS which is also f4 is a much newer and I understand also sharper than the 24-105... So I would go for the 24-70... I got the 24-70 f2.8 II and going to sell my 24-105 since I don't use it anymore. Bought it thinking will do much video with it and the reality is I don't. I rather personally have a 2.8 non than a f4 ISI agree...I bought the 24-70mm f/2.8L II as well..but did it a little differently...I sold my 24-105mm way back in the spring in anticipation of the highly touted 24-70mm f/2.8L II...which was delayed......and delayed....and then available at a price that I gagged at! LOL.
And the winner is............Tamron
Honestly there is no real reason to chose the 24-70 f4 IS unless you really (and i mean really) care about saving a little weight. Seems to me the 24-105 now has to go the way of the dinosaurs for canon to move this lens in bulk.
Really? At $2,800 without the $600 viewfinder I think your point is misplaced. Why wouldn't any camera with a 135 sized sensor put out 135 format IQ?
my mom used to say.. "old pan makes good food!"Well, as Moms usually are, I am sure she was talking about heat transfer from the pan base. Moms are reluctant to take credit and as a result transfer the credit elsewhere.
My theory is that Moms make good food in any pan, or wok or pot or... whatever...
BTW, the same goes for photographs. I am not saying that the pan - oops, camera or lens does not count. The person behind counts more. Naturally, the ingredients count even more...