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Canon EF 24-70mm f/4L IS USM

Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
Zoom lens | Canon EF
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Hi Guys, Need your expert advice about buying a Canon 24-70 F4 lens. since have already a Sigma 24-105 F4 Art lens. the results are very good but it's heavy and takes me a lot of thought before travelling with this lens. so I was considering the Canon 24-70 F4 lens for portraits and as a general zoom lens. so my question 1-is the Canon 24-70 better for portraits than the sigma 24-105 art? 2- which is it lighter Canon 24-70 or the 24-105? 3- is my purchase adding value lens wise? thanks for...
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After many years of review and forum reading, I'm finally in a position where I'll be getting some new lenses in a month or two and I'd really value some final input. I had a basic 400D for 9 years, with a nifty 50, which I love, and various other lenses I've borrowed from relatives for brief periods (usually cheap, not particularly impressive lenses, but good to try some different focal lengths out). I upgraded to a 70D last year, and I think I'll be on this for a while. I also picked up a...
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Canon 24-70mm f/4L highest Aperture with Speedbooster on GH4?? i know speedbooster increased 1 step on IRIS but what will f/4L become on GH4 after speedbooster? f/3.5 or f/2.8??? can anyone confirm this who has same lens on speedbooster on m43 camera?
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Currently have a 6D with 24-70L f4 zoom.  I've just ordered a 70-300L zoom and 2x teleconverter.  can anyone give some good pointers for cases that would be suitable for carrying this little lot around? thanks.
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This is about zooms: 16-35, 24-70, and 70-200. Canon is unique in offering both F2.8 and F4 versions. Nikon only has F2.8. Sony FE (the new A7 models) are only F4. But there are differences: 1) While the 70-200 has IS for both apertures, the F4 has for the 16-35 and the 24-70. For low light stills, IS may provide 2-4 F-stops more light with a slower shutter speed (although with more motion blur of a moving subject) while the F2.8 is just one F-stop faster. For low light stills, F4 IS would...
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I'm travelling to east of Madagascar (Masoala, Andasibe, Berenty) in near future and wondering how about security when taking photo gear with me (backpack, tripod etc.). I have read about robberies in this country, especially in the cities, in the night and on main roads between cities in the southern part of the country. Does anyone have (recently) experience with Madagascar? How big is the risk of beeing attacked? And how to avoid / minimize risks?
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Good day everyone, I am interested to buy Canon 24-70 f/4 lens. Today, I found Amazon offers the lens for $1,199. $300 post-purchase rebate form must be completed to get money back. Since I am unfamiliar with this kind of rebate, how does it work? I am going to buy this lens from Amazon and ship it to Saudi Arabia through my friend who lives in the US. Thank you...
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I wanted to get some other opinions but it seems to me that I would only need 2 lenses to cover the perfect range for wedding photography. I'm looking at the 24-70mm and 70-200mm and this is for my 1.6x crop T4i/650D. I don't plan to get a FF body anytime soon because I want to save up for the lenses first. I also plan to pair this with a 430EX II so I dont have to worry about the f/4 vs f/2.8... So I guess my question is "Is this a sufficient for beginner event/wedding photography? Am I...
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Canon "Introduced" the Canon EF 24-70mm F4 IS USM Nov 5, 2012. When did it become available to purchase in USA, Canada?
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Hi, I'm interested in what lens I should buy next. I'm looking into L glass, but also kind of a budget. I kind of have a more photojournalistic style, and I vary from portraits to landscapes, a good zoom with a constant aperture of at least 4 or 2.8 would be the best. I've been looking at the 24-105, 17-40, 16-35 (pricey), 24-70 or a 70-200 (Debating IS or non IS, since I found myself doing sports photography indoors). I've looked around on Amazon, BHPhotoVideo, and even Craigslist to just...
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