« on: September 15, 2012, 02:30:13 PM »
Well, perhaps we can hope for a similar deal on 24-70 MkII in the future.
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I am not in love with having to be spot on to get perfect sharp image with 35 with aperature below 3.2 when doing a pressure shoot like a wedding.
Now use a Sigma 70mm, albeit on a cropped body. However the lens is a DG type and so will work on full frame.
It's not a fast focuser, but has focus limiter, although you are probably using MF anyway.
VERY very sharp lens.
Worth a look if thats the kind of focal length you are looking at.
Reviewed very well, and I can vouch for it's performance, on APS-C at least.
OR... it might be a rig that the photographer came up with himself (that NEVER happens right?!!!?).
Situation is the same - its a flash mounted very close to the lens axis, being half a ring, one rectangle, whatever....
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Ironically Canons raw files grow to similar size once you apply the lens corrections of newer DPP versions - and some lenses really benefit from it, the 16-35's borders come to mind.I've never used DPP to apply lens correction to raw files ... but I'll give it a try to check out the file sizes.
Wow those are some seriously impressive results, sharper than the 24 ts-e and the 70-200@70mm?! I expected it o be good but damn that's outstanding.
In my DSLR, the rectangle covering the AF area turns from red to green when focus is achieved.
I'm not sure about manual focus, but at 10X, your eye is easily as accurate as autofocus, and you can focus on the precise spot you want.
Wow, thats great news, thanks. Is this a custom function? Not sure I've ever seen this. Assume you're also shooting a 5D3?