If I photograph a group of friends smiling and holding up their index and middle fingers, while sitting behind the cracked windshield of a blue, 1950's T-Bird that they've just washed, does that count for 9 or 10 of the photographs?!?
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Not without filter threads on the front of the lens...
The Kirk foot doesn't look very comfortable to use as a handle. Basically, you can't go wrong with Really Right Stuff. I've got the LCF-53 for my 600 II.
... i found it hard with the ambient light.
These specs are vague. One thing I noticed was that it had optical stabilization as "yes." Does that mean in body stabilization finally?
Quote“Play it safe. Power your Canon with Canon Power”
Canon Power ... ACTIVATE!
Shape of...an Explorer of Light. Form of...a fluorite crystal lens element.
I think we're dating ourselves with what are now obscure cultural references...
“Play it safe. Power your Canon with Canon Power”
Definitely fake. Compared to the new 24, 28 and 35mm IS lenses, the font for "50mm" on the front of the barrel is wrong. They probably just 'shopped the 35mm f/2 IS, as the distance scale comes directly from it.
A pretty lazy attempt- just compressed the 35mm pic horizontally (henced the compressed font on 50mm) and changed the 35 to 50.
I bought some of them a few years back and the paint on "Canon" rubbed right off. Piece of crap.
I'm fairly sure the Canon logo does not substantially add to it's ability to protect the lens.
Did the cap itself stay in place and do it's job, or it didn't do that either and hence the POC rating?