« on: July 22, 2014, 11:15:12 AM »
So, the lens has truly negligible coma! What a dilemma. It is f/4. OK, I knew it when I bought it but now wmy 14mm 2/8 II will fight with the 16-35 for their night use
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With regards to the 12/14-24 idea, would people prefer f4 and greater sharpness or f2.8 and take a slight hit on absolute sharpness - I don't believe you can have both - personally, I'm holding out for 12-24 to replace my 16-35II, I'd take a hit on absolute sharpness for a f2.8 aparture.Can you please elaborate? (about absolute sharpness). Also I believe we can have both sharpness and 2.8 judging from 24-70 2.8 II lens.
Thanks I gave my EF24mm 2.8 (non IS) which was not being used and saved 250 Euros of the price (initial 1050) Now I want to see how it performs at the edges since I had sold my 16-35 2.8 version 1 for this very reason (plus the fact that it had coma).I got this lens yesterdayCongrats! I'm itching to get back out with mine, too...the weekend is getting closer at least.
Now I need to go on vacation to test it (2 birds with one stone )
I just made a few internal test shots and the IS looks promising.
Two questions:Only a better sensor, oups They will put it first into more expensive cameras
What can Canon put into a T6i to make it interesting?
19Mpixels, 8.5 fps, 23 AF points, 0.5 stop improvementWhen we will know the final specification for Canon 7D Mark II
When Canon makes an official announcement. Until then it is rumours and speculation.
about another 30% off without video feature. I'm in+1 (actually -30 ) for that especially for 6D's video...
especially for ... Count CanonCanon 7D it's ok, but the new all espected 7D Mark II will be better than may Canon 6D - 24 Mp + better low light ISO.
Must a joke of the day...
Perhaps the laws of physics don't apply in Romania.
Canon lens classification is very specific.Hmmm, I guess there is a CR2 that RLPhoto will buy you a beer
Telephoto is a designation that includes 135 to 300 mm non-zoom lenses.
It does not include anything else.
My wild guess is an Image Stabilized 135mm f/2 for want of any better idea.