I'm loving my EF 135mm f/2L..
Since getting it I've been mainly shooting in AI Servo with it.. I mainly shoot in low light/high ISO conditions with large apertures where often fast shutter speeds aren't possible.. Street candids..
What I've noticed lately I've been able to drop my shutter speeds down to well below the recommended shutter speed for this lens on an APS-C sensor camera.. I usually shoot with a 50D..
I'm nailing focus again and again at shutter speeds of around 125th, resulting in sharp images.. This is the case with all focus points..
Here is the $64,000 question.. The 135L focus is lightning fast even in dim conditions.. Is the quick focus acting like a defacto IS, counteracting any slight movements of the camera?? Or am I dreaming or just being lucky??
Here are two pics taken at 125th sec both at 800 ISO.. The pic of the girl at f2,,the man at f/2.8.. Both pics have been cropped a bit for aesthetic reasons..
EXIF is intact..