The two lenses you are considering may overlap in some of their focal length range but they are quite different lenses. What sort of photographs do you want to take? Until we know the answer to that question, it is difficult to give you a recommendation about which of the two lenses is likely to be the better bet for you.I don't know which to choose. I want to close the gap between the RF24-105 L and the RF600. The costs are almost the same in Germany...
Yes that is correct and unfortunately IBIS + IS does not work with the RF600 & 800. However, the image stabilization of the EF70-200 2.8 II is sufficient for me.Having said that, the IS+IBIS combo of native RF lenses is a lot better than adapted EF lenses.
No! Get an RF 100-400mm instead of a Sigma 150-600mm. Less than a 1/3rd of the weight, far better IS, cheaper and more convenient.depending on how much image quality you need/want ... Sounds like you're not quite sure and it's occasional, maybe get an EF Sigma 150-600 contemporary with adapter... They do a fairly good job and work fine and a heck of a lot cheaper, esp used. And if you buy used, likely you can sell for a similar price if you decide you like working in those ranges and need it a bit better.
Are the Canon lenses better?... yes, but like most pro equipment, small increments raise a huge cost. I find I use my 150-600 Sigma on an EF - RF adapter with pretty decent results. I use it more than my (v1) 70-200L 2.8 IS, but it really does depend on the situation.
thought you were talking about the 100-400L... but not existent in RF then looked .. missed that somehow, a non-L 100-400 and price is comparable. Missing the 600 end but still decent price.No! Get an RF 100-400mm instead of a Sigma 150-600mm. Less than a 1/3rd of the weight, far better IS, cheaper and more convenient.
Here are my impressions of the lensthought you were talking about the 100-400L... but not existent in RF then looked .. missed that somehow, a non-L 100-400 and price is comparable. Missing the 600 end but still decent price.
You're making me want an RF 100-400mm and I don't even own an R system camera!Here are my impressions of the lens
I ordered the Canon RF 100-400mm yesterday, it arrived this morning, and the lens now "Pre-order" status on the website. I had time for just a few tests and one or two shots only, so I'll give my initial impressions and follow up later with more. I do have the RF 100-500mm and an EF 100-400mm II...www.canonrumors.com
Everyone should have one!