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sold my 70-200/4 for 135L, I finally rebuy one

 
cherrymoon
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Apr 19, 2010 04:17 |  #1

A few months ago, I sold my 70-200/4 with so much regret. After, I bought and sold a 70-200/2,8 that was too heavy for me. And finally, I bought the 135L. I loved them all but I miss the 70-200/4 in some conditions (outdoor sport).

So I bought a new one and keep the 135L ;) I hope my new copy will be AS sharp as my old one...

Next and final step will be 35L :love:


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Apr 19, 2010 04:23 |  #2

This will also be my next move. The 135L is an awesome lens for sure !
Congratulations :)


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Apr 19, 2010 05:23 |  #3

Congratulations....
I am loving primes now... but will never part with my 70-200, that's for sure. :)


6D l 35L l 85L l 100L l 135L l 24-70L l 70-200 F/4 IS l 70-200 2.8 II l 15MM FE

  
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Apr 19, 2010 05:26 |  #4

You might have read too fast. The 135L is good but honestly, my 70-400 was better ! Except it could not reach f2.

At f4, the 70-200 was as good as the 135 at same aperture. Faster aperture on 135L was not so good. But why buying a 135L to use it at f4 !?


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Apr 19, 2010 05:31 |  #5

Congrats.


Rich | 1DX | Gripped 5D2 | 17-40 4L | 24-105 4L IS | 70-200 2.8L IS II | 85 1.2L II | 100 2.8L Macro IS | 600EX-RT | Gear List | www.richbaileyphotogra​phy.com (external link)

  
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