Three points:I know there are folks that love themselves some bokeh. I'm not one of them. Ansel Adams and the rest of the f64 school have got to be rolling in their graves.
You don't have to buy an f/2 lens. I'm not going to.Minimum $9,000 for this "trinity" that doesn't go past 135mm doesn't tempt me. I'd much rather have a big white if I could afford that kind of money.
An f2 lens of 14-28mm would be a technical feat that would astound the market. However, it seems to me to be the realm of a halo product with minimal practicality for the bulk of users.
The 11-24 is plenty big at f4. If it were even possible, I would bet the f2 version would be in the range of 8-10 lbs.I have the 11-24 f/4 L lens....and it is great fun.
This new RF lens sounds interesting, but I'm wondering why they aren't going as wide at the older EF lens?
Would it just be too big or something to do 11-24 at f/2?