« on: August 26, 2012, 03:11:07 AM »
1D Mark IV works with everything at f/8 as far as I know.
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Happened Friday night, and I wasn't too concerned, since I somehow only noticed the scratches, not the crack at the time. My heart dropped when I saw it in the morning
At least it appears the crack is in a separate piece from the main chassis, so hopefully it's fixable without resorting to black RTV.
Oh, the 24-70 didn't fair too well either... filter ring hit the cement (no filter). No glass shattered, but now it's a 30-70mm that won't focus to infinity.
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I bought two lenses and I prefer to take most of my shots near or on the mythical sweetspot in regards to aperture. With the presumption of sufficient light, for my 50mm f/1.4 I try to stay between 2.8 and 4.0. For my 24-105mm f/4 I make an effort to approach f/8, but that isn't always an option.
So that raises the aforementioned question. What aperture range is the 100mm and the 70-200 the sharpest? And don't hesitate to tell me that I was wrong about the 50 and 24-105... if indeed I'm way off.
Thanks a bunch.
Pretty much all of my lenses are sharpest around f/8. That doesn't mean that lenses aren't sharp at other apertures. That's just where they are sharpest.
you must have a bunch of very weird copies then
so 1dx win 5dm3 fail with colors? hard to believe anything look right with stadium lighting. Nice to know that $7g's does some things better.
I have seen them on Fred Miranda occasionally used for 4.5k U$D.
Does anyone know if the 5D3 AI Servo fix for this lens extends past the one year warranty period? Is it a service advisory like the light leak fix that can be done at any time regardless of warranty status?