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12th of November 2009 (Thu), 13:07
Does anyone here have this EF 35-350 f/3.5-5.6 USM L?
if you had one please share with us the result.. thanks.. regard..
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 14:31
Until someone from POTN can show us. You could look here....
13th of November 2009 (Fri), 03:20
thx for the link davidfig.. :)
11th of February 2010 (Thu), 21:32
I have already posted these before, but I'm at work and cant really upload anything that hasnt gone through some sort of post processing. However... I LOVE this lens. Even though it is way out of commission and has been replaced by a much superior and capable lens.. it's still a gem.
I'm surprised there is nothing more on the 35-350L.
12th of February 2010 (Fri), 17:00
Seriously, am I the only one here with this lens? :|
12th of February 2010 (Fri), 17:51
Seriously, am I the only one here with this lens? :|
Apparently. Well, these lens archives probably don't get much traffic from any long-time owners.
I had one in 2002. And, again in 2005. I didn't care much for detailed structure items, like distant aircraft. But, people shots, it was great. And, not quite up to 100-400L for field sports.
All EXIFs in these shots was destroyed by my photo editing software.
13th of February 2010 (Sat), 00:56
16th of February 2010 (Tue), 10:42
The 35-350L is an excellent lens when the conditions are bright and you want to carry only one lens.
I keep it specifically for the annual Jones Beach Airshow.
35mm and 350mm - more http://www.pbase.com/fjmciii/air_shows
16th of February 2010 (Tue), 13:34
Hello to everybody...
I had this lens for 6 months last year... it was great on my 5D!
Just some shot from my flickr
Pro: good sharpness (max sharpness is @ f/8 ), rugged construction, beautiful colors, interesting focal range on a FF camera
Cons: Vignetting @ max aperture, weight, lack of IS (but we have to consider the age of the lens...;) ), problems with spare parts (in Italy).
Cheers from Rome
2nd of July 2010 (Fri), 18:33
Astoria Fireworks 2010 - 1DsIII and 35-350L - 3 stop NDF.
4th of July 2010 (Sun), 15:23
These were taken with a borrowed 35-350 and my 20D
5th of July 2010 (Mon), 21:44
Waiting for the July 4th fireworks show.
A dog and his boy.
25th of October 2010 (Mon), 17:30
Love this lens. While old and out dated to many I find it keeps up well with fast moving models. I like the option of going wide when needed. While it is heavy - I find it more a walk around lens than any other I own.
http://photos.imageevent.com/justaddwata/nambadistrict11racect9182010/giant/IMG_3679e.JPGfull size image (http://photos.imageevent.com/justaddwata/nambadistrict11racect9182010/IMG_3679e.JPG)
Full size image (http://photos.imageevent.com/justaddwata/nambadistrict11racect9182010/IMG_2489e.JPG)
Link to more pictures from that day - all taken with 35-350 on a 40D (http://imageevent.com/justaddwata/nambadistrict11racect9182010)
I have tens of thousands of pics with this great lens and wont be getting rid of it any time soon!!
15th of May 2011 (Sun), 07:35
Just bought one of these lenses the other day and LOVE it so far.....
My first couple of shots with it:
15th of May 2011 (Sun), 23:36
he he LOL bw!
7th of June 2011 (Tue), 02:48
This lens has been great for me. Great range and quick focus. Wish there were more offerings in this kind of range. Had a Sigma 80-400mm that could not touch this lens for image quality, focus speed, zoom speed, or ease of function. Guess if anything happens to this one I will just have to find another 35-350!!
Here are a couple model boat pics from the first race of the season taken with my new 7D - http://imageevent.com/justaddwata/ctrace521
30th of June 2011 (Thu), 17:41
14th of September 2011 (Wed), 16:01
That is a beautiful image captured by Morani :)
I use this lens combined with the 5D Mark II a heck of a lot for for filming professional videos. Stills photographed with this lens also have a certain magical quality and pleasing to the eye, and very close to Velvia film without the digital harshness. Colours are great and the perfect match when you need stills & video combined without time to change lenses.
Sharpness for such a wide-ranging lens is very good. It of course does not have the biting sharpness of the 24-70mm f/2.8L or 135mm F/2L or 200mmm f/1.8L or 300mm f/2.8L...but often you don't require that knife sharpness acorss the frame in certain stills images, and for SD/HDV/HD video alone it is perfect.
It is very well built and solid as a tank, with the only weak part being the ball-bearings design inside the zoom tightning sleeve collar, which can begin to jam after heavy use.
14th of September 2011 (Wed), 16:50
I borrowed this lens from a cousin, the first L glass I used for a long period of time. I thought it was great!
20th of September 2011 (Tue), 15:01
A few pics from Rodger Williams Zoo in RI. Still lovin this lens. The 10X range accommodates a great range of shooting situations.
The long zoom allowed me to zoom between concrete pillars and capture the elephant nicely.
(All pics shot with 7D)
Also caught another RC Gas Boat race last week - for me this remains a fantastic lens for shooting such action
10th of November 2011 (Thu), 15:44
Continue to love this (old) lens. Shot with 7D
3rd of January 2012 (Tue), 20:31
Just picked up this lens from ebay and took it on a first run this past week while on holiday in Florida. All photos at this site:
were taken with this lens. I am extremely pleased with it.
Although it is heavy for a walkaround lens, it can certainly do the job. Glad I made the purchase.
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