Canon EF 11-24mm F4L USM
Announced Feb 6, 2015 •
Wideangle fisheye zoom lens | Canon EF | 9520B002
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By: Yousef Abuaisheh (3 months ago)
Does anyone know if there is a way to save my lenses from water damage? a week ago, during a shoot in a river. I lost my balance on some underwater rocks and l fell with my camera (5d4 + 11-24) and my camera bag that contains 2 other lenses (24-70 f2.8 ii and 8-15). Then when I saw the camera wasn't working, I removed the camera batteries and I tried to blow out the body and lens with light air and tried to use the camera after 2 days and it gave me lens connection error message. I left the...
By: Daniiltje (Jun 7, 2017)
Posted to: Underwater Photography
Hi there, I am planning on buying the Aquatech Delphin 1D underwater housing for my Canon 1DX II. The main purpose will be to record some travel video’s and pictures. I am not planning on scuba diving with it, but to take split shots, surf shots and some underwater shots. I am completely new to underwater photography, but did quite a bit of research and I think that the Aquatech housing will be the best for me. Currently I have the Canon 11-24 F4 and the Canon 24-70mm F2.8 II lenses. From my...
So I just got my 35mm 1.4 II lens yesterday, and noticed the rear element protrudes a lot out of the rear due to its convex shape. One of the biggest reasons I never dove into ultra wide angle lenses like the TS E or the 11-24 lenses were because of the bulbous lenses. The rear element isnt as big of an issue, but is it possible I can scratch the part sticking out when mounting it to my camera if I have to switch lenses fast? It almost looks like its farther than the mount, but looks like its...
I have the chance to buy the 11-24 L at a reasonable price second hand. I would like any tips from current users of this lens. I already own the 16-35 L f4 and realise that even slightly tilting the lens up or down can result in converging verticals distortion (which can be corrected in photoshop). I imagine at 11mm this type of distortion will be greatly magnified, do you spend a lot of time correcting this in photoshop and does it result in severe cropping of the image to acheive correct...
Hi, I am currently using the Samyang 14 F/2.8 on my 6D. Would like to go a bit wider. As a hobbyist photographer, I cannot justify the purchase of Canon's 11-24 F/2.8 Lonley Speck is not very positive about F/4 lenses for lowlight. What do you think? Had the Canon 16-35 F/2.8 until it got stolen Kind regards --http://www.flickr.com/photos/guatitamasluz/http://peterhauri.wordpress.com/
Hi guys, I shoot portraits (head shots, 3/4 and full body) with a crop sensor D7100 and Nikkor 50 mm f 1.8G. I have read that to get a good perspective of your subject you should stand and 2-3 meters from your subject. Now I upgraded to Nikon D750 (full frame) and Nikkor 70-200 f4 G (i could not afford the 2.8). With this I was expecting to get shallower DOF, however after doing some math with a DOF calculator http://www.dofmaster.com/dofjs.html I see that this is not the case. For example...
Thinking of going full Sony, leaving Fuji and Nikon for now... What I have: A7Rii (bought used) Zeiss Sonnar 55mm F/1.8 Sigma MC-11 Adapter and 150-600mm Sport lens (Canon fit) Metabones MkIV for the Tokina 16-28mm (Which I've found to be a bit meh so might get shot of) The photography I do is: Railways (low speed and high speed) Architecture - Churches and Cathedrals Animals And I want to get more into portraits and astrophotography. What lenses would you guys and girls suggest? So far...
By: Pandoraa (Feb 19, 2016)
Posted to: Canon Rebel (EOS 200D-800D) Talk
I'm taking a trip with a group of photographers over to Death Valley next Friday for the weekend. I rarely get the chance to explore photography in an area like this, so I'm very keen on trying out different types of photography for the trip. With that said, I'm bringing my Canon Rebel Xti with the kit lens and the new 50mm f/1.8 lens, along with a tripod. However, I know that more equipment will be needed. Thus, are there any advice or suggestions on lenses and equipment I should bring with...
Hello! I'm thinking about buying a wide angle lens because I don't have anything wider than a 24-70mm right now and I feel like I need that. At the moment I own a canon 600d/t3i now but I will upgrade to a Sony a7s/II in the near future. I'll get a metabones adapter so I can use my current lenses for the Sony but I feel like I'll need something wider. So what wide angle/wide angle zoom lenses would you recommend? I'm thinking about Tokina 11-16 even though it's a aps-c lens but I've heard...
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