Tony_Stark wrote in post #15989983
The 24-105L is a great sharp, versatile lens, but it is boring to use it. It does everything well, but nothing amazing. I find I use it at the 2 extreme ends the most, but I have a 17-40L now that I use more for the wide end, but use the 24-105L when I want the long end. I want to buy back the 135L I had before so I am thinking of putting my 24-105L up for sale to fund it, but its such a versatile lens thats good to have in the bag for situations where you really need it.
I'm always surprised by the shots from my 24-105L, they're very sharp and contrasty, but it's just boring to shoot with. I much prefer slapping on my Yashica ML 50/1.4 or EF 35/2. If I was only going to take one lens with me for a bright day outing I'd probably take the 24-105L though, it definitely delivers. As for it being an indoor lens though, I actually find myself taking it off the camera as soon as I go inside... sure it has IS, but f/4 is limiting if you're shooting anything that's moving. I prefer using either of the lenses I mentioned above when shooting indoors.