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May 03, 2012 23:12 |  #1366

kin2son wrote in post #14376722 (external link)
wow, are you sure? Even at this size i can spot the onions...it's very obvious dude.

This is really turning into one of those Fuji X10 owners posting sample saying no 'white orbs' when they are clearly in the sample ;)

All I see is a mint choc icecream ;)


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May 03, 2012 23:33 |  #1367

Sunthing Productions wrote in post #14376234 (external link)
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For the people besides myself who already have the 24-70L, what's your final verdict? Keep the Tamron and sell the Canon, or visa versa?

Anyone care to guess which picture belongs to which lens? Canon 24-70 or Tamron 24-70?

Ok, so the big question...

Obviously you had to walk across the room to swap lenses.. The cat didn't move a millimeter... Is it stuffed?

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May 03, 2012 23:36 |  #1368

Charlie wrote in post #14376721 (external link)
Canon on the left, tamron on the right. the canon L is on the table on the second picture.....

lol

If this was shot on tripod, Tammy seems a bit wider.


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May 03, 2012 23:37 |  #1369

kin2son wrote in post #14376722 (external link)
wow, are you sure? Even at this size i can spot the onions...it's very obvious dude.

This is really turning into one of those Fuji X10 owners posting sample saying no 'white orbs' when they are clearly in the sample ;)

holy crap, caught me red handed, I seriously didnt see it since I dont really pixel peep my images. Definitely got onions!

I guess that's the tradeoff for the sharpness.... no going back now, sold my brick earlier today *wipes tear*. It was good while it lasted.


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May 03, 2012 23:38 |  #1370

amirg wrote in post #14376857 (external link)
If this was shot on tripod, Tammy seems a bit wider.

yes, I mention that on the fredmiranda thread. Tamron is wider on the short AND long end by about the same amount as compared to the L.


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May 03, 2012 23:52 |  #1371
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Charlie wrote in post #14376862 (external link)
holy crap, caught me red handed, I seriously didnt see it since I dont really pixel peep my images. Definitely got onions!

yea. It's really sad as I also want to upgrade my 24-105 to this. But now that I know the onions are there, I will always look for them in my picture and I know this will bug me....so it's a no.

To borrow another picture from you Charlie if you don't mind, see all the onions on the top left hand corner? It's really obvious :(

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May 03, 2012 23:54 |  #1372

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May 04, 2012 00:39 |  #1373

Sunthing Productions wrote in post #14376234 (external link)
http://www.amazon.com …TF8&qid=1336098​245&sr=8-1 (external link)

For the people besides myself who already have the 24-70L, what's your final verdict? Keep the Tamron and sell the Canon, or visa versa?

Anyone care to guess which picture belongs to which lens? Canon 24-70 or Tamron 24-70?

Ok, the red ring is the dead giveway. If you can live with "onions", go for the Tamron. The VC wins the day.


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May 04, 2012 00:51 |  #1374

Sunthing Productions wrote in post #14376234 (external link)
http://www.amazon.com …TF8&qid=1336098​245&sr=8-1 (external link)

For the people besides myself who already have the 24-70L, what's your final verdict? Keep the Tamron and sell the Canon, or visa versa?

Anyone care to guess which picture belongs to which lens? Canon 24-70 or Tamron 24-70?

I honestly think the onions are distracting only if one OCD's about it. The advantages IMHO outweigh the disadvantages.



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May 04, 2012 01:22 |  #1375

after going through a few more photos, the onion rings are a real issue. Doesnt show up often, and if I were to print, the fix is very fast via adjustment brush. If you are willing to live with the flaw, you'll be rewarded with some very nice shots.

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May 04, 2012 01:44 |  #1376

well well i can't wait to receive my 5D Mark 3, but i will definitely keep my Canon 24-70 MkI


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May 04, 2012 02:15 |  #1377

Leffe67 wrote in post #14374911 (external link)
I agree with all your points above. I was just thinking aloud that a side by side comparison may put some of this to bed. It is after all a relative issue.

I'm kicking around the idea of moving from my 7D to a 5D MKIII and would probably need a standard zoom to go with it. Considering the Tamron, the 24-70 Canon and the 24-105 Canon, since it's at such a discount in the 5D kit.

I'm also with same thoughts... moving from 7D 15-85 to 5D3 + one of these lens.... 24-105 or the new tamron....

Anybody moving from 24-105 to the new tamron?, sharper?, not a good idea?




  
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May 04, 2012 02:22 |  #1378
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pepeto2001 wrote in post #14377294 (external link)
Anybody moving from 24-105 to the new tamron?, sharper?, not a good idea?

Main question isn't about the sharpness. If onion bokeh doesn't bother you, then definitely Tamron. If not, one of the Canon.


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May 04, 2012 08:11 |  #1379

kin2son wrote in post #14377310 (external link)
Main question isn't about the sharpness. If onion bokeh doesn't bother you, then definitely Tamron. If not, one of the Canon.

Agreed. This is the move I was going to make (24-105 to 24-70), but the onion bokeh does bother me a great deal :(

it's a shame too, because everything else about the lens is steller. Wish it didn't have that one flaw.


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May 04, 2012 08:19 |  #1380

mafoo wrote in post #14378050 (external link)
Agreed. This is the move I was going to make (24-105 to 24-70), but the onion bokeh does bother me a great deal :(

it's a shame too, because everything else about the lens is steller. Wish it didn't have that one flaw.

Stop down more.


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