Good point.3) How wide is the 14mm? You may think that's a bit of an odd question, but according to the patent, the actual focal length was 14.8mm, so calling it 14mm is being a little generous. Would be curious to see the width compared to my 14-24mm, as well as some 14mm primes.
Well at least better then the Swedish price of $1,899 USD (excluding the 25% VAT).Just announced, with a price point at $1,699 usd. Jesus Christ. I was hoping for closer to $1,200. I am stunned that it’s only $400 less than the 15-35 f/2.8. Bummer.
I'm in the same boat. My 17-40 is still going strong and adding €1500 to it for a trade-in towards this 14-35 is just too steep for me.€1849 here in .nl. With the new RF100 in pre-order, my 17-40L be safe from replacement for a few years more
Once again Canon is price gouging the UK by 10% relative to the EU (and to repeat earlier stuff, Nikon and Sony don't do this, it's a genuine rip off). RF stands for Rip-off For-us. Fortunately, we have honest grey market sellers.£1749 in the UK
RF stands for require funding