Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
Announced Aug 22, 2005 •
Zoom lens | Canon EF | 0344B002
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Hi there, first post today; wanted to discuss the unusual bubblewrap-like flaring I found on my sun-star. Out of interest I felt like making a sunstar with my 5D & 24-105L (mki & mki). I stopped down to f22, ISO100 & 1/80 @ 24mm with IS 'on'. This is from a lightly edited RAW file, just correcting the shadows - no lens correction or anything else used. I know my sensor is pretty dirty - I was wondering if maybe that is the cause of the unusual flaring; I did not remove the spots so you can...
I need to repair my 24-105mm lens that I bought second hand. I know what the problem is and just want it fixed. I was thinking about sending it Canon but I was wondering if they accept second hand lenses. I know other people have had the error problem too but does anyone know the repair cost ?
Hello! Can someone please help me out? I'm trying to work on being a music photographer and I need help/suggestions on what go-to zoom-in lens I should get. It would have to be good enough for outdoor and indoor lighting, pretty versatile and works well with a Canon 5D Mark iii. The only lens I have right now is a Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens and I want to finally invest in a good zoom-in lens that's really good when it comes in indoor concert shows. I was thinking about buying a Canon...
I am looking into testing the calibration on a couple of my lenses. I have a Canon 80d and I am looking to test calibration on my 24-105mm F/4 L and 70-200mm F/4 L IS. My question is about distance from lens to target. Recommended distance is 25-50x min focal length. Do I account for the 1.6 crop when testing? In other words when testing the 24-105mm do I test from 24mm x 50 or from the 38mm x 50 distance? Thanks for any advice.
By: Penfold78 (11 months ago)
I've got some older L glass - 24-105L and 100-400L, both Mk 1, which belonged to my late father. They don't get used too hard and seem to be working fine for now, though I might get the 24-105 serviced soon. There's an auction coming up in the UK with a couple of bits of older Canon kit for sale - one lot is a 7D bundled up with an 85 f1.8 and a 430 EX, whilst the other lot is a 70-200L f2.8 IS Mk I. I called up a Canon Service Centre to check the price of servicing this kit if I bought it,...
By: Sebastian Tombs (Jul 19, 2016)
Dear all, I got back into photography after a ten-year hiatus and I am rebuilding my kit. I bought a Canon 5D Mark III and the lens I have dreamed of owning since at least 2001, the 16-35/2.8 USM. My interest lies in doing journalistic work and I love the aesthetics of close-quarters photography, which I came to appreciate first with the work of the founders of VII agency. On the list for the future is the 70-200/2.8 IS USM as a must-have lens for reportage. My dilemma lies in what to get as...
I'm new to photography and I'm still figuring out everything my camera can do. How do I take pictures of moving objects without it blurring? For example, someone running, flying birds, basketball players taking a shot, etc. I have a Canon 6D and use the 24-105 f4 lens. I'm not sure what mode and other settings I should be shooting in. Shutter priority? AI Servo? Continuous shots, etc etc
By: ErikaLily (Jun 11, 2016)
The Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II is a beautiful lens, I would love to own it if it weren't $2000. I shoot indoor/outdoor fashion photography and am looking for an affordable go-to lens for my FF 1DS mark iii. My budget is about $700. Does anyone have any suggestions for some sharp glass that could fit the bill or be a good alterative to the Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II? I've looked into Canon's 24-105 f/4L but have heard more negatives than positives on it. Would vintage glass be a good option?...
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