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Mar 23, 2009 13:45 |  #16
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Canon Bob wrote in post #7578901 (external link)
I've got this option so just popped it on to measure it.

Minimum is 560mm and maximum is 700mm....give or take a mm or so.

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Thanks! Exactly what I wanted to know. So, tell me -- how do you like the combo?


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Mar 23, 2009 16:15 |  #17

joe mama wrote in post #7581848 (external link)
Thanks! Exactly what I wanted to know. So, tell me -- how do you like the combo?

It's not something I've ever tried.....I've got the 180L and it's pretty much the same coverage. I'll have a play tomorrow and see how the two stack up against each other. I haven't got a hosting site at the moment but if you want to PM me an email address then I'll send you some comparison shots.

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Mar 23, 2009 17:05 |  #18
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Canon Bob wrote in post #7582837 (external link)
It's not something I've ever tried.....I've got the 180L and it's pretty much the same coverage. I'll have a play tomorrow and see how the two stack up against each other. I haven't got a hosting site at the moment but if you want to PM me an email address then I'll send you some comparison shots.

Bob

Thanks! I sent a PM with my email. No rush -- whenever you get a chance. I'd like to see some at mFD and MFD (minimum focus distance and maximum focus distance), if you could.


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