Canon EF 70-200 mm f / 2.8 L IS II USM versus Panasonic 35-100 mm f / 2.8

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Canon EF 70-200 mm f / 2.8 L IS II USM versus Panasonic 35-100 mm f / 2.8
Oct 21, 2012

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From our point of view, after the collection and evaluation of all technical data from this test, certainly unique, there is no absolute winner in this challenge that not long ago would have seemed extreme and even now some so look: from a performance point of view rather than picture-optical-because we are talking about system performance, the Canon is slightly above target and in general in the resolving power of Panasonic, but remember that it seems more a matter of resolution that the sensor optics. But the difference is not large, and in turn, the Panasonic Lumix GX, exceeds the resolution at some point the full aperture of Canon, and generally provides a more consistent performance, thanks to better focus their lenses are.
Furthermore, the Lumix GX, supported by the system, the Canon EF exceeds in paragraphs vignetting and distortion, while yields in stabilizing somewhere. And we must mention again the values of weight, volume and price, which are remarkable.
But it remains to be seen, in systems as diverse sensor size, which is the return to the classic ISO sensitivities, coupled with the operational and user experience.

In our opinion, the same balance of benefits which prevents declare a clear winner, certifies the validity of the small Panasonic Lumix GX 35-100 mm f / 2.8 Power OIS as a clear alternative to power officially established. And this is just the beginning.

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