Canon EF 16-35mm F4L IS USM Q&As
Announced May 13, 2014 •
Wideangle zoom lens | Canon EF | 9518B002
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By: anttiom (11 months ago)
Posted to: Third Party Lens Talk
Hi there everyone! I am thinking of expanding my lens selection with a wide zoom lens. I have a Canon FF (6D now, 5D IV soon). I shoot wide variety of stuff, but let's list some: events, street, magazines, stock photography, real estate and some landscape. I don't do much stylistic editing and I like to consider myself more of a photojournalist than anything else. I am not currently doing any video work. Hope this helps! With that out of the way, here's the actual question. Which of these...
Hello. I want to purchase a wide angle lens that has great image quality and sunstars. A friend of mine was kind enough to lend me his Sigma 14-24 and said it was great for those requirements. However, I have also heard that the Canon 16-35 f2.8 iii and f4 can produce marvellous sunstar and decent image quality. So, I am having a difficult time to pick one among them. Today, I was able to capture a sunstar image (see below) with my friend's Sigma lens. It was taken during sunrise. Shot at...
By: Jeff_0000 (Mar 21, 2020)
Hello guys, I'm really bad at editing and I can't say I enjoy spending time editing my pictures. I've never watched videos or read books about lightroom or ps. I understand that this is a part of photography and I need to learn it. Would you guys mind commenting on the picture and tell me what's wrong or missing? and recommendation for material to learn from would be great. Thanks from camera edited
I've had my EOS R for 2 weeks now, and I am a bit concerned by the fact that what I see in the viewfinder and on the screen is jumping significantly the moment I take a picture. Not every time, but 8 out of 10. I first thought this had to do with the IS on the lens, but this happens with the IS off, and also on my lenses without IS. I have no RF lenses, only a number of EF lenses. The jumping is very quick, and the picture may move in one of several directions, not just up, down, right or...
Hi DP fellows, here is a question for lens experts...I eventually found out that I can take advantage of lens stabilisation with my EF 16-35 F/4 IS USM. I can easily increase exposure time to 1/10s and still avoid movement blur. Benefit is obviously a much lower ISO. My question is: how do I know (with this lens or any other stabilised lens) the maximum exposure time I can reach by using stabilisation ? Of course, I will eventuellu find out by trial and error, but is there a rational...
Background: I have enjoyed using the 10-22 at the 10mm end (effectively 16mm) for its aggressive perspectives with the 7D2. Not so much for regular landscapes - I prefer the 15mm (effectively 24mm) for my landscapes. I might be upgrading to the 5D4, I already have a 24-105. I have the choice of keeping the 7D4 and the EFS 10-22, or, selling them to get a 16-35 f4 in that price. One the one hand, I see the advantage that I could keep the 7DII and the EFS lens, thus having a backup body, and...
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