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Apr 14, 2013 00:26 |  #16

You can go into your menus and make sure that something called Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction is turned on/enabled. This will fix the vignetting for your JPEGs. Or, you can shoot at something other than wide open. Or you can not worry about it, because vignetting is cool. Check out this link for test results on the 24-105... you can even change focal length and aperture.

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Apr 14, 2013 00:50 |  #17

^^^ This.
Many photo editing softwares do that too but again WHY?


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Apr 14, 2013 07:42 |  #18

The 24-105L vignettes quite a bit on a full frame body. Exchanging it for another copy is not going to make it any better. If you shoot JPEG, follow gtrag94's advice. Or, you can shoot RAW and fix this easily in Lightroom.

You will run into this with other lenses on full frame, too. The 40mm f/2.8 I just picked up vignettes quite heavily when shot wide open on my 5D3.


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Apr 14, 2013 10:26 |  #19

photozone.de test report about vignetting with Canon 24-105mm on FF and with Sigma 50 f/1.4

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Apr 14, 2013 12:31 |  #20

If you do shoot RAW, you can have Lightroom fix it upon import so it's automated. You just look on the right side during import and have it apply a preset during import.


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Apr 14, 2013 12:33 |  #21
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From a 35mm f/2 on a 5D. Normal and expected vignetting.


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