- Feb 7, 2013
£2000 is a bit expense for a niche lens (unless I'm not understanding this lens) and could same effects be achieved by Canon's UWA RF 2.8 lens ?. Anyway good the waking giant is innovating and is clearly no one in FF ML world with APS to transition to RF in 2022. Hopefully the other big 2 Sony and Nikon can develop more good glass and camera bodies - we are all winners hereCanon delivers!
Amazing! Much more compact than I expected. I really like the ability to adjust the distance between the lenses, and to have an aperture of F2.8 available in such an optic is fabulous. If this is remotely affordable I can see it becoming a huge seller.
As an L lens, I’d expect very high sharpness, but I have some reservations about flare, which is apparent in the video, and means that the lens is probably best used when the front elements can be shielded from direct sunlight.
Gimmee, gimmee gimmee!