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Canon TS-E24mm f/3.5L

 
OiPaz
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Mar 04, 2009 17:16 |  #151

Nice shot!
BTW: I'm looking forward to seeing some pictures from the new TS-Es! I wonder whether they got rid of the barrel distorsion... and some other issues of the previous version. :)


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Mar 19, 2009 17:46 |  #152

sheawyatt is killin' it with this lens. Exactly the type of shot I'd look to get out of it. Great stuff, dude!

sheawyatt wrote in post #7029294 (external link)
Is it bad that I haven't wanted to take my 17-40L out of the bag ever since I bought this lens? I'm normally aching for more FOV on the 1.3X 1DII, but I've forced myself to only use the 24mm TS for anything landscape related for the last month, and I'm starting to become uncomfortably comfortable with such a 'tight' FOV.

Last week:

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A note for potential buyers: I picked up the Angle Finder C to try and help focus when tilting, and it is a big improvement.




  
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Mar 22, 2009 04:17 |  #153

this lens is my wishlist number one! Amazing shots here!


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Mar 23, 2009 21:57 |  #154

I just got this lens from PONT member DrPablo and i'm loving it. Thanks again Paul.

The second image is the Parthenon, in Nashville, TN.


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Mar 25, 2009 19:16 |  #155

Just got mine yesterday. Been wanting one a long time, but really only made sense when I went full frame. I haven't had a chance to shoot with it much, but I'm very excited. Tilt is pretty darn cool....still learning all the ins and outs of that. I'll use the shift most often, since I shoot a ton of architecture (which is why I wanted it.)

I'll post some shots when I have a chance to go downtown with it...maybe Friday. :) Very excited!


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Mar 26, 2009 20:39 |  #156

So here are from today...my first real outing with the lens. Very impressed with tilt (though sometimes hard to get just right). Shift is great until you start reaching the limits...then I'm finding it quite soft, even at f/8 (near maximum shift). Still...very cool lens.

This was at maximum tilt:

IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/tse_leveque.jpg
Here's one at around 8mm shift (I think)
IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/tse_shift.jpg

And, here's a third, with positive shift of around 6mm:
IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/railroad_bridge.jpg

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Apr 05, 2009 11:06 |  #157

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=kvK4h6JxozQ (external link)

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=y2OdESiJFaI (external link)

(I know these are Nikon lenses, but...they do illustrate the movements well...)

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this one is the MkII

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Could someone with 5Dmk2 and this lens please make a video which would show how perspective is changed when lens is shifting/tilting - I'm seriously thinking of getting this lens and can't seem to find any video that shows it.

Thank you!


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Apr 16, 2009 05:27 |  #158

Two from yesterday. Too bad the weather sucked. I'm going to have to go back here in the fall on a nice day.

IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/sidney_courthouse1.jpg

IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/sidney_courthouse_flags.jpg

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Apr 16, 2009 21:00 |  #159

Two from today:

IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/111.jpg

IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/tse_apartment.jpg

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Apr 26, 2009 18:35 |  #160

Two more. The first one, I think almost looks like a rendering, but I didn't even do anything to it...straight from RAW with just a resize:

IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/lhealth1.jpg

IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/lhealth2.jpg

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May 06, 2009 22:45 |  #161

I am considering buying this lens. Though canon has released the newer version, I cannot afford it. What do you guys think about the use of circular polarizer and ND grads with this combo? Anyone has something to share? Thanks.




  
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May 06, 2009 22:53 |  #162

I use polarizers and ND grads all the time with this lens. Work just great.


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May 07, 2009 15:58 as a reply to  @ cosworth's post |  #163

Thanks cosworth! Good to know. Sometimes it is pretty hard to find some samples taken with this lens :)




  
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Jun 01, 2009 00:28 as a reply to  @ smashing.poot's post |  #164

A couple shots from this evening. Both shifted up ~4mm @ f/11, no tilt.

This lens performs better on my new 1DsII than my 1DII when unshifted (amazingly sharp, I'll post some 100% crops soon), but the corners suffer more when shifted than on my 1DII. I'll have to do some rigorous tests to see where the quality becomes unusable. These two were at ~4mm and are still plenty good, but the decreased corner sharpness is definitely noticeable at 100% (not so much in 8.5x11 prints that I quickly made though).

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Jun 24, 2009 20:12 |  #165

A few little piddling around shots:

About 10mm shift down, with 3 degree tilt down (I have realigned my lens so tilt and shift are parallel):

IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/tse_columbus_wall.jpg

9 or 10mm shift up:
IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/union_station_arch_pc.jpg

And experimenting with upward tilt (with upward shift for PC):
IMAGE: http://www.jordansteele.com/forumlinks/tse_bench.jpg

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