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Feb 09, 2013 01:13 |  #1

Saw the new canon 24-70 F4 IS on DP review....listed price @1500! what is canon thinking!


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Feb 09, 2013 09:50 |  #2

I've seen it at a more realistic price of around £960 (GBP) although I think that's far too much IMO. I know the 24-105 f4L IS isn't the best lens Canon has ever produced but I can't see why the 24-70 is almost twice the price for less reach. OK, I know the 24-70 is newer but is it really twice as good IQ wise as the 24-105, I don't think it will be. I've got a Sigma 24-70 f2.8 HSM and I'm really pleased with the results from that, so much so that my 24-105 f4L has been almost redundant since I got it and that was only about half the price of the new 24-70 f4L IS.


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Feb 09, 2013 10:10 |  #3

modchild wrote in post #15590627 (external link)
I've seen it at a more realistic price of around £960 (GBP) although I think that's far too much IMO. I know the 24-105 f4L IS isn't the best lens Canon has ever produced but I can't see why the 24-70 is almost twice the price for less reach. OK, I know the 24-70 is newer but is it really twice as good IQ wise as the 24-105, I don't think it will be. I've got a Sigma 24-70 f2.8 HSM and I'm really pleased with the results from that, so much so that my 24-105 f4L has been almost redundant since I got it and that was only about half the price of the new 24-70 f4L IS.

Hi the best I saw it for was about £1074 where was it you saw?

Also did you compare the Tamron with the Sigma before buying..

I really need a 24-70 F2.8 ii but the Canon price is too much for what it is, and no IS? :(
I think it with IS should be about £1500 to £1600 .
Or more correctly that's what it needs to be to tempt me out to play!
Oh to be rich enough to say that's great lets get it!


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Feb 09, 2013 10:17 |  #4

I'm in the same boat with the 24-70mm 2.8 II..... I really want that lens but the lack of IS and it's ridiculous price Will have me sitting on the sidelines with you.




  
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Feb 09, 2013 10:44 |  #5

Yeah the idea of a grey 24-105 f4 is USM at £570 from HDE seems to look better as an interim solution - but the problem with those and me is they tend to be permanent.
As its £500 more for the f4 that's almost 2x the price is it 2x the quality especially is you are a crop user my logic is take then24- 105'
Pretend in wont work out side 40 - 70 and how good is it in the middle sector, especially on the 7d.?


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Feb 09, 2013 10:58 |  #6

Everything new has a higher premium, give it some time and these lenses will come down a bit.


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Feb 09, 2013 11:26 as a reply to  @ 3Rotor's post |  #7

the best lenses will always cost more than you think they should. better get used to that.


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