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Old 23rd of November 2007 (Fri)   #1
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Default Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM - Coke Bottle

Please post your CANON EF 16-35mm 2.8 L II USM (new version) pictures and opinions
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Old 23rd of November 2007 (Fri)   #2
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Default Re: CANON EF 16-35mm 2.8 L II USM *pictures/opinions*

I'll be following this thread closely as I'm thinking about moving from the 17-40L to the new 16-35.
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Default Re: CANON EF 16-35mm 2.8 L II USM *pictures/opinions*

I would love to if I had one.... But not yet...
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Old 24th of November 2007 (Sat)   #4
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There don't seem to be so many members who own this lens...
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Default Re: CANON EF 16-35mm 2.8 L II USM *pictures/opinions*

any more shots would be highly appreciated!
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Default Re: CANON EF 16-35mm 2.8 L II USM *pictures/opinions*

Here are a few I did at a wedding earlier this year, I rented this lens to check it out.. Personally, I like the 17-55 IS better...



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Here are 2 quick ones from my Italy trip. The new II is a lot better then the original.



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Old 24th of November 2007 (Sat)   #8
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Personally, I like the 17-55 IS better...

why do you like the 17-55 better?
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Old 24th of November 2007 (Sat)   #9
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got it few days ago only took few snapshots after work.


iso800,f2.8, hand held .
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Here are a few I did at a wedding earlier this year, I rented this lens to check it out.. Personally, I like the 17-55 IS better...
That's great. I like my 17-55 IS too, but it won't work on a 5D or 1D series camera. Hence people's interest.
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thanks for posting your pictures, RX350, ipacmm & ItsMike.
Feel free to post more....

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Another one (click on pic to see EXIF data):

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Nice Photo of th Cat Sebesh,,, though it would have looked better if you had wrapped his tail around the edge of the sink, though with that look on his face, I'd say you end up with nasty scratch
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Nice Photo of th Cat Sebesh,,, though it would have looked better if you had wrapped his tail around the edge of the sink, though with that look on his face, I'd say you end up with nasty scratch
Thx! You seem to know cats very well. They pose for nobody and march to their own beat
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I rented the lens for a trip to Yellowstone. So mad I rented it...now I want to buy one! LOL It is a fantastic lens IMO. It handled lens flare really well. Images were very sharp. I can't wait to own one. No filters used on the lens... just higher f/stops to deepen the blues in the skies. Shot with the 5D.

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