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timnosenzo
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Jul 16, 2009 11:34 |  #16

DP Review just posted their full review of the new 24 TS-E

http://www.dpreview.co​m …ews/canon_24_3p​5_tse_c10/ (external link)

Looks good!


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Jul 17, 2009 12:37 |  #17

UPS just dropped this off a few hours ago, so I hope to put it to work this weekend.

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I'll let you know how it goes!

FWIW, my first impression of the build quality is very positive. This lens may be expensive, but it's built VERY well--much better than the previous TS-E lenses.

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Jul 17, 2009 12:44 |  #18

timnosenzo wrote in post #8297082 (external link)
UPS just dropped this off a few hours ago, so I hope to put it to work this weekend.

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I'll let you know how it goes!

FWIW, my first impression of the build quality is very positive. This lens may be expensive, but it's built VERY well--much better than the previous TS-E lenses.

Wow! Congrats!

Do let us know indeed, please...

Kind regards, Wim


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Jul 17, 2009 17:26 |  #19

Sorry if I'm off topic here but
I received my TS-E 17mm today.
Could those that have it tell me if it came with a lens hood?
I've got a lens cap and pouch but no hood on a brand new factory lens that
Canon's website says includes a lens hood.
Thanks,


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Jul 17, 2009 17:30 |  #20

Mac10 wrote in post #8298484 (external link)
Sorry if I'm off topic here but
I received my TS-E 17mm today.
Could those that have it tell me if it came with a lens hood?
I've got a lens cap and pouch but no hood on a brand new factory lens that
Canon's website says includes a lens hood.
Thanks,

That's a mistake on Canon's website (Canon USA?). It does not come with a hood. The only one that would fit and not vignet at maximum shift and tilt would be a more or less circular flat piece of plastic, so fairly useless.

Kind regards, Wim


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Jul 17, 2009 17:39 |  #21

Thank You Wim,
Yes, Canon USA.
I thought it may not come with one since every review site and pictures I've
seen don't show it with a hood.
I've seen a hood with the TS-E 24 II though.
Thanks again for the quick response.


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Jul 17, 2009 18:29 |  #22

Read the Manual again and found a small footnote stating there is no lens hood
available for the 17mm. :oops:
I'm off to my local camera shop to purchase a quality lens cleaning kit. :lol:
I will post pictures soon.


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Jul 17, 2009 20:31 |  #23

my goodness am I jealous of those of you with the 17mm ts-e's! I am DYING to see some pictures with this lens, so hurry up already! :D


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Jul 17, 2009 20:49 as a reply to  @ Cathpah's post |  #24

I just got my TS-E 24mm "1" this Tuesday and I was looking at the 17 ... until I saw the price! It'll wait but it sure looks like a nice TiltShift lens!!!!

Looking forward to seeing pics from them, though please don't try talking me into getting on just yet ... let me learn my 24mm first! ;)

Have fun!


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Jul 18, 2009 02:58 |  #25

timnosenzo wrote in post #8297082 (external link)
UPS just dropped this off a few hours ago, so I hope to put it to work this weekend.

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I'll let you know how it goes!

FWIW, my first impression of the build quality is very positive. This lens may be expensive, but it's built VERY well--much better than the previous TS-E lenses.

Congrats !.

Waiting (patiently) for your PICs. Especially at extreme Shifts, and Corner crops (just to prove its improved enlarged Image Circle IQ !)




  
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Jul 18, 2009 07:16 |  #26

timnosenzo wrote in post #8297082 (external link)
UPS just dropped this off a few hours ago, so I hope to put it to work this weekend.

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I'll let you know how it goes!

FWIW, my first impression of the build quality is very positive. This lens may be expensive, but it's built VERY well--much better than the previous TS-E lenses.

I'm looking forward to hear about your experiences! (and I keep checking Flickr to see some pictures appear ;-)a)


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Jul 23, 2009 17:37 |  #27

Duccio Malagamba (external link), professional arquitecture photographer, has taken some time to test his Canon 24mm TS-E compared to his recently purchased 24mm TS-E II.
The improvement in the max vertical shifted areas is clear in CA, sharpness, vigneting (I corrected that in order to see anything) and distortion. Still the >20Mpx sensor of the 1Ds MKIII used outresolves the optics in those shifted areas.

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100% crop, f/12.9, neutral (DCRAW) development, no sharpening, minimum and equally applied to both images curve processing to lift shadows.


The RAW files available here:

24 TSE full shift (external link)

24 TSE II full shift (external link)

24 TSE II same framing as original TSE (external link) (i.e. a bit less than max shift since the TS-E II can shift more mm)


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Jul 24, 2009 10:20 as a reply to  @ _GUI_'s post |  #28

I posted some of my initial thoughts over on Dpreview: http://forums.dpreview​.com …rum=1029&messag​e=32457353 (external link) One of the interesting things is that 77mm filter usage is fine out to about 9mm of shift in portrait orientation, including CPL use. A standard filter will block the image circle past this point, but a bare 82-77mm stepdown ring will not.

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100% crops from the hand-held shots, full shift, unsharpened (5D2) f3.5:
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I did these without a tripod in the never-ending Hokkaido summer rain (WTF is going on this year?!), but the image quality even at full shift here is pretty impressive by f8, and f11 looks near perfect even on the 5D2.

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Jul 29, 2009 05:45 |  #29

Some impressive pics here too:
http://forums.dpreview​.com …rum=1029&messag​e=32489903 (external link)

Kind regards, Wim


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Jul 30, 2009 00:17 |  #30

Man! I need to get me one of these! The 17 TS-E is definitely in my future!




  
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