@ 70mm FoV on the new 24-70 mk.ii very different than 70-200 mk.ii

K-amps

EOR R
Aug 8, 2011
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My Camera Shop called me and 30 days after I put in a Pre-order, I got my 24-70L ii :)

My first shot was to compare sharpness with my 70-200 mk.ii. While the 70-200 does seem sharper (it's been AFMA's but not the 24-70 so I can let that slide... however with a test shot with both at 70mm, I was not prepared with the difference in framing... it is more than noticably different... I realize that there is some variation in difference lens models but I always thought 70mm should give me a similar framing regardless of the lens I used within a small tolerance... but this to me is huge. Is this to be expeced?

Attached are the shots at 70mm form the 24-70 ii and the 70-200 ii
F3.2
ISO100
Spot metered
AF Center
 

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pierceography

EOS RP
Sep 10, 2012
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Here's a more pressing question:

WHERE CAN I GET A CANON EOS REBEL FOOTBALL????

Combining two of my favorite things, right there.

;-)
 

Dylan777

EOS 1D MK II
Nov 17, 2011
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Interesting....I have a same combo. Im gonna give it a try today.

Sharpness will increase when you are closer to the subject(in this case, your 70-200), especially in low light.

Also...the lenght of 70-200 is almost 2x longer than 24-70. It could be one of the factors.
 

pierceography

EOS RP
Sep 10, 2012
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K-amps said:
pierceography said:
Here's a more pressing question:

WHERE CAN I GET A CANON EOS REBEL FOOTBALL????

Combining two of my favorite things, right there.

;-)
Roberts Camera, Carmel Indiana ;)
Maybe I should save money and go with the Nikon football instead. I'm sure dxo better reviewed the Nikon football. Better DR in those, I hear. ;-)
 

TexPhoto

EOS 6D MK II
Apr 15, 2011
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Sounds like focus breathing. Also when you are close, camera placement can have an effect.

It is interesting though because when you have one 70mm lens, its 70mm, but when you have 2, suddenly there is an issue.
 

K-amps

EOR R
Aug 8, 2011
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Indianapolis
TexPhoto said:
Sounds like focus breathing. Also when you are close, camera placement can have an effect.

It is interesting though because when you have one 70mm lens, its 70mm, but when you have 2, suddenly there is an issue.
True... with 2, a "Frame" of reference is born ;)