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16-35mm f/4L IS is here!

 
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Jun 30, 2014 19:44 |  #1246

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Jun 30, 2014 20:01 |  #1247

Invertalon wrote in post #17003842 (external link)
Thanks! That one was hand-held at 1/4 second SS... I had others down to 1/2 second which were good as well... SO I suppose the 4-stop thing is true, but my hit rate is really low at 1/2 second... It is more like luck at that long of exposure hand-held. I prefer to keep this lens above 1/4 or even 1/10 for better odds :D

I bet if you were as carefully as you were for these with the IS off, you'd see that you'd do better than expected and it would be much less than 4 stops help.




  
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Jun 30, 2014 20:03 |  #1248

Exactly ^

I only trust it for 2-stops or so... But it has its moments where I do get 3 or 4 stops. But keeper rate is far lower.


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Jun 30, 2014 20:08 |  #1249

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Jul 01, 2014 07:19 |  #1250

OMG i want IS on my 16-35 :~(

Im really shocked what canon brings at this price point, especially as i bought my 16-35L just last year. Not as sharp, no IS and 400 bucks more...

Im really tempted to trade it with a f/4 IS version..


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Jul 01, 2014 09:06 |  #1251

davidfarina wrote in post #17004794 (external link)
OMG i want IS on my 16-35 :~(

Im really shocked what canon brings at this price point, especially as i bought my 16-35L just last year. Not as sharp, no IS and 400 bucks more...

Im really tempted to trade it with a f/4 IS version..

if you don't need the 2.8 i say do it, especially while you can still get a good price for it, who knows might even be able to sell it for enough to cover the f4 IS and still have some money left over...

myself just sold my 17-40 literally an hour ago, should be picking up my copy of 16-35 f4 IS in a couple of days xD


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Jul 01, 2014 09:15 |  #1252

I've been spending way too much money, so a purchase like this will have to wait for me. End of year while I recoup funds :) This lens will be part of my collection, likely the last one.


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Jul 01, 2014 09:41 |  #1253

Charlie wrote in post #17004999 (external link)
likely the last one.

Are you sure Charlie? :D Didn't we all say this? :lol:


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Jul 01, 2014 09:50 as a reply to  @ joonrhee's post |  #1254

Great examples on this thread too - let's consolidate and begin posting over at lens sample photo archive's dedicated thread.

https://photography-on-the.net …/showthread.php​?t=1384030



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Jul 01, 2014 11:01 |  #1255

joonrhee wrote in post #17005040 (external link)
Are you sure Charlie? :D Didn't we all say this? :lol:

this time, I'm serious :D

I'm pretty sure the tilt shift bug is gone, and zeiss 21, I'de probably go with this ultrawide instead, hopefully that bug is sealed away.

the 16-35 will keep me away AT LEAST until the 16-35mk3 or 16-35F2.8IS arrives. Seriously, I just need to shoot more, no more gear!!!


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Jul 01, 2014 12:23 |  #1256

As compelling as this lens is to me, I'm going to pass for now and wait for an ultra-sharp TS-E 17-24mm f/4L IS USM. :lol:


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Jul 01, 2014 14:09 |  #1257

David Arbogast wrote in post #17005390 (external link)
As compelling as this lens is to me, I'm going to pass for now and wait for an ultra-sharp TS-E 17-24mm f/4L IS USM. :lol:

with aperture loss-less flip down 10x and 20x built-in TCs :lol:




  
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Jul 01, 2014 16:58 |  #1258

Is anyone who already has a nikon 14-24 going to get this lens? I am curious how they compare wide open or at least both at f4.




  
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Jul 01, 2014 17:09 |  #1259

existent wrote in post #17005856 (external link)
Is anyone who already has a nikon 14-24 going to get this lens? I am curious how they compare wide open or at least both at f4.

I own the nikon 14-24mm as well. I am considering selling it now as the sharpness is impressive on the 16-35.


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Jul 01, 2014 17:45 |  #1260

mariosworld343 wrote in post #17005870 (external link)
I own the nikon 14-24mm as well. I am considering selling it now as the sharpness is impressive on the 16-35.

fancy doing a side by side comparison at 16mm, f4? I have been thinking about getting the 14-24mm but seems like a bit of a hassle to work with manual aperture.

And now 16-35 sounds like a perfect lens. Only think stopping me is the use for astrophotography. f2.8 offers that extra stop of light..




  
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