I'm beginning to see this lens a lot more frequently being listed as FOR SALE. And for very attractive prices, too. Is this lens losing favor amongst many of it's original users? If so,...
The T4i/T5i has 9 cross-type AF points with a dual cross-type center, the SL1 does not.
Correct. I got my info from Ken Rockwell's site, which I now...
I've read elsewhere as well that this was normal for the new Hybrid IS. My 100 Macro L screeches as well when there's significant movement.
Funny thing is, the 24-70 F4L IS,...
This brings my other question is: how much is this cropped? 1.3? I would like to know the exact number.
The crop amount is should be always the same because both FF and APS-C have...
A 300-600f/5.6 with built-in 1.4x extender would be interesting for... I'm not sure whom, but require a 1D series body. Think of the outrage from the who needs a 1D series crowd. On...
Thanks, Elfroggio and Limburger!....I had probed on her needs...the main points I took away were that she wanted a camera that felt a little more rugged/solid/substantial and is...
Agree, FF for the ops applications if the op can afford it. L glass built for FF. That is why I asked about the ops L glass, maybe the op can sell some glass to get to the...
It seems too thick - it was difficult to put into my new 6D, and it won't spring out, I have to use my nail to pull it out. Also the label doesn't match the one on the box.
Might be a...
My 100mm L does the same. It was disconcerting at first, but no issues... think it's strange but normal.
I've read elsewhere as well that this was normal for the new Hybrid...
Does the 100D with the STM lens do a better job in recording video than the 650D with the non-STM lens?
The 100D with STM lenses does a better job than a 650D WITH an STM lens.
Keith Z Leonard wrote:
The Canon 85 and 100 are good but old and have some issues with significant purple fringing. The 85 is super fast for AF though. The Canon 85 f1.2 is very sharp even wide...
William Woodruff wrote:
That is a great price on a great lens. There is no chance that the 70-200L f4 is will be replaced any time soon. given that this is already one of the most highly-regarded...
Philippe Castagna wrote:
The plus are: wide range, reliable, weather sealed, IS, not too heavy, not too bulky, ratio price/quality unbeatable at this time.
If size and weight are of utmost...
Marcos Villaroman wrote:
The 18-200 is an EF-s and wouldn't be compatible with a 5D3 (or any of the 1 series mk III).
I really like my 24-70L mk II for travel, but, I do occasionally miss not...
Don't know if this helps, on Lenovo laptops there's an option for "optimal" battery life for users who have their laptops plugged in to mains. And it regulates battery charge at...
What I don't understand is why someone should want to put their equipment into storage in the first place.I shoot all year round and want my stuff all ready to go...
I have these eneloop and energizer batteries that claim to maintain charge for several years. Does this do not charge fully rule apply to these AA batteries as well??
The only non-L lenses that can be used with extenders are Tilt-shift lenses.
I read online that you should not fully charge batteries and then store for long periods.
Why is that?? I am talking about rechargeable batteries.
I always fully charge my...
The only thing is i think it's longer and weight a bit more then the 18-55mm...
It's longer and weighs more, but the balance, in my opinion, is better. Also, the 18-135 is a much...
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