On photozone.de where they've reviewed the 8, 35, 85, all of them are pure old-fashioned turn-a-ring stop-down aperture, so i'm guessing the 24 1.4 would be too. But you gotta expect some shortcomings for the prices...
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Apparently, Canon Europe sells refurbs via eBay.
These 2 shots are from a boat crossing the river (forget the name of it).
Plus, the T3i jpg's look sharper with the same lenses than a 7D anyways, because the 7D is meant to be taken and processed in RAW, not JPG, so corners were cut.
You have a reliable source for that ?
There is no software that knows the Canon color profile as DPP does. Aperture, LR, Phase One etc. might have some nice features but the color tone would never be as good and clean as DPP.
i dont get why they say XP sp2 isnt supported it works just fine.Not supported often just means "untested and the support hotline won't help you" and not necessarily that something is broken.
Damn I hate premature excitement
Well, NOW there's a rumor about a new 10-22mm.
I wonder if this means that they could eventually can the 7D?
It was pointed out to me that if you click the second 5D Mark II link, the URL says â€œ6Dâ€ at the end. <em>*thanks Mike*</em></p>