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The much anticipated tilt shift gets reviewed
“So in the end we have a unique lens, which has capabilities beyond anything else currently on the market (Nikon’s PC-E 24mm F3.5D ED comes close, but has the tilt axis fixed with respect to shift). It’s certainly an improvement on its predecessor, with better optics (especially in terms of chromatic aberration), improved build, and of course more flexible movements. Against this is the high price, which is almost twice that of the older lens; but to be fair, it’s only about 10% higher than the Nikon equivalent, and certain to drop once stocks of the older lens have sold out. But for Canon users who need the capabilities of a tilt and shift lens, and understand how to make the most of them, this lens will almost certainly not disappoint.”
There you have it. A glowing review.
I can’t wait to get my hands on this lens!
Full Review: DPReview