ZD 14-35mm blog review

Started Sep 15, 2009 | Discussions thread
RoelHendrickx Forum Pro • Posts: 25,857
Just to make things clear...

brandon eu wrote:

As expected, the 14-35 isn't a lens for the masses :).

Before making hasty judgments, its best to try out one at your local store to ensure it meets your personal photographic needs. Others may brag about having faster aperture lenses (like the leica 25/1.4), but the convenience of prime lens-like image quality in a f2.0 zoom lens is remarkable.

I know because I use the ZD35-100.
And Marc knows quite well that I don't "brag about faster aperture lenses".

I'm just voicing an opinion like there are many, and mine is that in that focal range, I am covered for range and aperture.

For the range above 35 mm I was prepared to deal with the weight and size, but much less so for the range below 35mm, in which I already have nice stuff to work with.
Just a matter of taste, needs, preferences and opinion.

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