24 II, you have the other ranges already, 35 is too close to 50. A 24 II looks like the bokeh of an 85 but wide angle.
July 24, 2014, 06:42:42 AM
Topic: Double camera, lens choices. (Read 1658 times)
Consider 17 or 24 TS-E. Darker a bit but if you are already familiar with manual focus, you could discover so many new possibilities.
I've shot with a T21, 40D, 60D, 7D and 5Dmkll. (plus the new 600EX Speedlite)
I have never had more than one digital camera in my possession at a time. However, I recently decided to purchase another copy of the 7D to befriend my 5Dmkll.
With a 1.6 crop and FF bodies at my disposal, I've come to enjoy the advantages of pairing bodies to lenses. I am currently working with a Zeiss 50mm f/1.4 and a Canon 135 L f/2
With this combination, I have the focal lengths of
My question is, in the Canon lineup of lenses, what should be my wide angle addition? Yes, I would love to spend the money on a 5Dmklll, but I don't see that happening until the price drops a bit. I've been considering the 24 L f/1.4, which would add 24mm and 38mm to the set, but I wanted to get some opinions first. Any thought?
Thanks in advance!
P.S. I shoot indoor sports and parties where light is questionable at times.
Get the 24mm 1.4L II. It's a no brainer and is amazing on a 5D. It will give you all the focal lengths you'll need from 24-200 in your prime setup. I use the 24mm, 50mm, and 135mm for all my pro work with a 7D and 5Dc. It's the best prime setup Ive ever used and is very versatile.