Neutral, and as I shoot only RAW, I change it in post if needed.
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He mention it focus as fast as the big white prime and looking at the MTF chart, I think this will replace both the old EF 100-400mm L and the EF 400mm F5.6L.
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I don't know that I would call that a "review", but thanks for the link all the same.
Any canadian sites?
Aden Camera seems to be the first Canadian site with a listing - $2400
So. Same filter size, same F range, same focal length, except heavier, longer, wider and also 50% more expensive than the previous version. Am I missing something? Unless the AF performance or sharpness or something blows the prior version away (hard to imagine at the same F stop) we just waited 10 years and are paying 50% more for turn-style zoom? Please someone tell me I am missing something major here.
The old one had lousy handling, terrible optical performance from 300mm to 400mm wide open with the IS activated, and the IS was just this side of useless.
Second look (who am I kidding), after several looks I noticed there are no focal length markings, which by reference to 70-200 and 70-300 layout should be visible wrapping over the top. Excitement fading