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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #930 on: December 14, 2013, 08:42:13 PM »
6D + 24-70 f4 IS.

Shot on the Sussex coast at Adlebrough. A three frame stitch hand held, ISO 320.

Agree with Click, Lovely Image, perfect reflection.
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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #931 on: December 15, 2013, 08:28:07 AM »
6D + 24-70 f4 IS.

Shot on the Sussex coast at Adlebrough. A three frame stitch hand held, ISO 320.

Nice image.  I haven't seen much from the 24-70 f/4.  How do you like it?
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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #932 on: December 15, 2013, 08:31:35 AM »
This is the entrance from the Solomonic period in Tel Megiddo.  They have uncovered 26 layers of human civilization here.  Amazing to walk on stones laid by King Solomon's workers more than 3000 years ago...and the history in Megido goes back much earlier!

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #933 on: December 15, 2013, 01:19:59 PM »
6D + 24-70 f4 IS.

Shot on the Sussex coast at Adlebrough. A three frame stitch hand held, ISO 320.

Nice image.  I haven't seen much from the 24-70 f/4.  How do you like it?

Many thanks Click, Edward and Dustin.

The only thing that makes the 24-70 IS difficult to assess is the cheaper price and even cheaper availability of the 24-105. The 24-70 IS is the better lens, especially mid frame and in the corners; it is really prime quality most of the way, whereas when you take the average of the 24-105 across the frame it lags behind the primes. The lens is very compact, in practice significantly shorter than the 24-105, and the manual focus quality is a little better. The IS is meant to be more effective but I haven't enough evidence to come to a decision yet.

Reviewers of the lens have stated it is not as good at 50mm. We haven't found this.

In summary I would say if you want prime quality in a zoom but also need IS get the 24-70 f4L IS.

Here's a picture of the pool at Flatford Mill and 'Willie Lott's cottage made famous throughout the world by the most famous of English landscape artists John Constable with his "The Haywain" oil painting finished in 1821. Now owned by The National Trust the area has been preserved pretty well since then, but the pool is deeper now because the Eastern part of England has sunk one foot lower over the last two hundred years !

Shot with the 6D and 24-70 f4L IS @ 50mm. I'll put an example of this lens at 50mm @ 100% in the 24-70 IS image gallery.

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #934 on: December 15, 2013, 04:04:50 PM »
6D + 24-70 f4 IS.

Shot on the Sussex coast at Adlebrough. A three frame stitch hand held, ISO 320.

Nice image.  I haven't seen much from the 24-70 f/4.  How do you like it?

Many thanks Click, Edward and Dustin.

The only thing that makes the 24-70 IS difficult to assess is the cheaper price and even cheaper availability of the 24-105. The 24-70 IS is the better lens, especially mid frame and in the corners; it is really prime quality most of the way, whereas when you take the average of the 24-105 across the frame it lags behind the primes. The lens is very compact, in practice significantly shorter than the 24-105, and the manual focus quality is a little better. The IS is meant to be more effective but I haven't enough evidence to come to a decision yet.

Reviewers of the lens have stated it is not as good at 50mm. We haven't found this.

In summary I would say if you want prime quality in a zoom but also need IS get the 24-70 f4L IS.

Here's a picture of the pool at Flatford Mill and 'Willie Lott's cottage made famous throughout the world by the most famous of English landscape artists John Constable with his "The Haywain" oil painting finished in 1821. Now owned by The National Trust the area has been preserved pretty well since then, but the pool is deeper now because the Eastern part of England has sunk one foot lower over the last two hundred years !

Shot with the 6D and 24-70 f4L IS @ 50mm. I'll put an example of this lens at 50mm @ 100% in the 24-70 IS image gallery.

The color here is really, really nice!
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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #935 on: December 16, 2013, 09:12:27 AM »
The Dead Sea - the mountains on the far shore are in Jordan.

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #936 on: December 16, 2013, 09:24:35 AM »
Lovely. Well done Dustin.

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #937 on: December 16, 2013, 10:20:00 AM »
From my trip through Florida earlier this year.

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #938 on: December 16, 2013, 10:26:31 AM »
Very nice shot jerome2710.

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #939 on: December 16, 2013, 10:41:51 AM »
From my trip through Florida earlier this year.



Nicely done!
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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #940 on: December 16, 2013, 03:59:21 PM »
6D + 24-70 f4 IS.

Shot on the Sussex coast at Adlebrough. A three frame stitch hand held, ISO 320.

Nice image.  I haven't seen much from the 24-70 f/4.  How do you like it?

Many thanks Click, Edward and Dustin.

The only thing that makes the 24-70 IS difficult to assess is the cheaper price and even cheaper availability of the 24-105. The 24-70 IS is the better lens, especially mid frame and in the corners; it is really prime quality most of the way, whereas when you take the average of the 24-105 across the frame it lags behind the primes. The lens is very compact, in practice significantly shorter than the 24-105, and the manual focus quality is a little better. The IS is meant to be more effective but I haven't enough evidence to come to a decision yet.

Reviewers of the lens have stated it is not as good at 50mm. We haven't found this.

In summary I would say if you want prime quality in a zoom but also need IS get the 24-70 f4L IS.

Here's a picture of the pool at Flatford Mill and 'Willie Lott's cottage made famous throughout the world by the most famous of English landscape artists John Constable with his "The Haywain" oil painting finished in 1821. Now owned by The National Trust the area has been preserved pretty well since then, but the pool is deeper now because the Eastern part of England has sunk one foot lower over the last two hundred years !

Shot with the 6D and 24-70 f4L IS @ 50mm. I'll put an example of this lens at 50mm @ 100% in the 24-70 IS image gallery.

Nice shot and I like the wide horizontal aspect!  However, such a small sample does not do anything to prove the 24-70 f/4 is better than the 24-105.  I know it's probably technically better as you say, but it also has less zoom range, and costs more.  I love being able to zoom from 24-105...For similar money, most people would probably by the Tamron 24-70 f/2.8, it has stabilization also...and is the only f/2.8 full frame wide zoom that currently has it.

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #941 on: December 16, 2013, 05:31:23 PM »
6D + 24-70 f4 IS.

Shot on the Sussex coast at Adlebrough. A three frame stitch hand held, ISO 320.

Nice image.  I haven't seen much from the 24-70 f/4.  How do you like it?

Many thanks Click, Edward and Dustin.

The only thing that makes the 24-70 IS difficult to assess is the cheaper price and even cheaper availability of the 24-105. The 24-70 IS is the better lens, especially mid frame and in the corners; it is really prime quality most of the way, whereas when you take the average of the 24-105 across the frame it lags behind the primes. The lens is very compact, in practice significantly shorter than the 24-105, and the manual focus quality is a little better. The IS is meant to be more effective but I haven't enough evidence to come to a decision yet.

Reviewers of the lens have stated it is not as good at 50mm. We haven't found this.

In summary I would say if you want prime quality in a zoom but also need IS get the 24-70 f4L IS.

Here's a picture of the pool at Flatford Mill and 'Willie Lott's cottage made famous throughout the world by the most famous of English landscape artists John Constable with his "The Haywain" oil painting finished in 1821. Now owned by The National Trust the area has been preserved pretty well since then, but the pool is deeper now because the Eastern part of England has sunk one foot lower over the last two hundred years !

Shot with the 6D and 24-70 f4L IS @ 50mm. I'll put an example of this lens at 50mm @ 100% in the 24-70 IS image gallery.

Nice shot and I like the wide horizontal aspect!  However, such a small sample does not do anything to prove the 24-70 f/4 is better than the 24-105.  I know it's probably technically better as you say, but it also has less zoom range, and costs more.  I love being able to zoom from 24-105...For similar money, most people would probably by the Tamron 24-70 f/2.8, it has stabilization also...and is the only f/2.8 full frame wide zoom that currently has it.

Thanks Dustin , Carl. We were lucky with the light. I'm sure Constable would have approved.

Carl, you are quite right. No picture on here would show any difference between any lenses in sharpness, unless showing 100% crops. I will put one on the 24-70 IS gallery. The Hay Wain picture is a four frame stitch, hence the format. When we are stitching in this way I can assure you there would be absolutely no difference between the 24-105 and the  24-70 IS in the end result. In fact when used in this way the 24-105 is as good as anything.

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #942 on: December 17, 2013, 12:29:28 AM »
6D + 24-70 f4 IS.

Shot on the Sussex coast at Adlebrough. A three frame stitch hand held, ISO 320.

Nice image.  I haven't seen much from the 24-70 f/4.  How do you like it?

Many thanks Click, Edward and Dustin.

The only thing that makes the 24-70 IS difficult to assess is the cheaper price and even cheaper availability of the 24-105. The 24-70 IS is the better lens, especially mid frame and in the corners; it is really prime quality most of the way, whereas when you take the average of the 24-105 across the frame it lags behind the primes. The lens is very compact, in practice significantly shorter than the 24-105, and the manual focus quality is a little better. The IS is meant to be more effective but I haven't enough evidence to come to a decision yet.

Reviewers of the lens have stated it is not as good at 50mm. We haven't found this.

In summary I would say if you want prime quality in a zoom but also need IS get the 24-70 f4L IS.

Here's a picture of the pool at Flatford Mill and 'Willie Lott's cottage made famous throughout the world by the most famous of English landscape artists John Constable with his "The Haywain" oil painting finished in 1821. Now owned by The National Trust the area has been preserved pretty well since then, but the pool is deeper now because the Eastern part of England has sunk one foot lower over the last two hundred years !

Shot with the 6D and 24-70 f4L IS @ 50mm. I'll put an example of this lens at 50mm @ 100% in the 24-70 IS image gallery.

Nice shot and I like the wide horizontal aspect!  However, such a small sample does not do anything to prove the 24-70 f/4 is better than the 24-105.  I know it's probably technically better as you say, but it also has less zoom range, and costs more.  I love being able to zoom from 24-105...For similar money, most people would probably by the Tamron 24-70 f/2.8, it has stabilization also...and is the only f/2.8 full frame wide zoom that currently has it.

Thanks Dustin , Carl. We were lucky with the light. I'm sure Constable would have approved.

Carl, you are quite right. No picture on here would show any difference between any lenses in sharpness, unless showing 100% crops. I will put one on the 24-70 IS gallery. The Hay Wain picture is a four frame stitch, hence the format. When we are stitching in this way I can assure you there would be absolutely no difference between the 24-105 and the  24-70 IS in the end result. In fact when used in this way the 24-105 is as good as anything.

I have the 6D+24-70 F4 IS combo and post some sample on 24-70 F4 IS thread. The main reason I choose 24-70F4 is the Macro mode up to 1:0.7x. The image quality is near to the prime I have 40pancake and 100L. With this zoom lens, I no need to bring my 100L all the time.

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #942 on: December 17, 2013, 12:29:28 AM »

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #943 on: December 17, 2013, 04:35:52 AM »
Very nice shot jerome2710.
Nicely done!
Thank you both!

Here's another one.



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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
« Reply #944 on: December 17, 2013, 09:21:32 AM »
This is one of the many beautiful blossoms in the Galilee region of Northern Israel:

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Re: Anything shot with a 6D
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