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Oct 20, 2020 01:14 |  #9091

it looks like mirror tele lens.. not 100-400


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Nov 16, 2020 04:36 |  #9092

Still captures some great images


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Dec 03, 2020 18:31 |  #9093

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Jan 13, 2021 01:48 |  #9094

just bought this amazing lens. And these are a few trials. Thanks in advance for your comments.


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Jan 17, 2021 12:02 |  #9095

Here is another one I took by this great lens.


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Nov 27, 2021 13:05 |  #9100

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Dec 07, 2021 15:41 |  #9102

Every time I picked up the V 2.0 of this lens, I love it's improved AF speed, superior IS and it's edge in image quality. But more so, every time I picked it up I REALLY MISS the push pull one touch zoom! :(

Once mastered, maintaining excellent framing with this lens is seamless in a way that twist zooms can never compete. I've got a few series where it was just amazing, but these frigate birds on a boat trip in the Galapagos are the example I go back to. with any other lens I would have clipped more wings or been much "looser" in the framing. This was back with my 10MP 1D3 so every inch of framing counted.


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Dec 07, 2021 17:43 |  #9103

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #19315796 (external link)
Every time I picked up the V 2.0 of this lens, I love it's improved AF speed, superior IS and it's edge in image quality. But more so, every time I picked it up I REALLY MISS the push pull one touch zoom! :(

Once mastered, maintaining excellent framing with this lens is seamless in a way that twist zooms can never compete. I've got a few series where it was just amazing, but these frigate birds on a boat trip in the Galapagos are the example I go back to. with any other lens I would have clipped more wings or been much "looser" in the framing. This was back with my 10MP 1D3 so every inch of framing counted.


I miss the push-pull of both the 100-400L and 28-300L too. So intuitive.


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Dec 08, 2021 06:21 as a reply to  @ CyberDyneSystems's post |  #9104

i too prefer the push pull zoom of the mk1, i find it so much quicker and more accurate.




  
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