My walkaround lens The walkaround lens. This very topic leads to a heated discussion among DSLR photographers.First, determine your budget, focal length, and aperture needs.If you frequently find yourself zooming out to get everything in a frame, you will want a wide angle lens such as this. If you frequently find yourself zooming in, this is not the lens for you. On a full frame body such as Canon EOS 5D, this lens becomes ULTRA wide angle. On an APS-C crop body such as Digital Rebel XTi…
Versatility on the Cheap No one lens accomplishes every photographic objective. Canon makes each lens at every price point well-suited to various tasks, but with limitations that can only be overcome by graduating to the next higher priced but similar item. A case in point: the wide-angle zooms.The 17-40mm f/4 is one of Canon’s best deals in L-series glass. You have to spend twice as much to get a lens of similar quality, but just one stop faster. Does this make the more-expensive EF 16-35 f/2.8L a…
Only decent in comparison to other L’s (I really want to give this lens 3.5 stars)This review is written from the viewpoint of someone whom has used many L-class lenses, and as such will be a little harder on this piece of glass. If you’ve never used a Canon L lens and you purchase this one, I guarantee you’ll be quite pleased with your purchase. But this review is really meant for those who own other L glass pieces and are looking into adding this one to their collection.The good:L glass tends to…
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