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Only 2 left in stock - order soon. Only 11 left in stock - order soon. Only 12 left in stock more on the way. Related searches. Need help? Visit the help section or contact us. Go back to filtering menu. Skip to main search results. Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. As far as focussing speed goes, this lens is blazingly quick and spot-on accurate, especially when coupled to a 1D X, for example. It easily locks on to a subject without any search or lag whatsoever.
In the following images, the mm focal length has been fantastic at pulling the subject in closer than what a or mm for example, would be able to offer. Being quite heavy and long, with no zoom, you may think that this lens would only be suited to use on the sidelines of a sports field, attached to a monopod. However, this lens is much more versatile than that. Being the series two version of this lens, it is significantly lighter than its predecessor.
For example, I have photographed live concerts with this lens; a lens that is rarely used because of its long focal length. Photographing through the crowd is fantastic, as I am able to create abstract shapes through the silhouettes created by the audience, and use them to frame my subject. This was taken from further back. A state-of-the-art version from Canon costs exactly the same, despite their vaunted volume advantage. Those lenses on a Sony involve a lot more compromises than an older series Canon mm or mm on a Canon.
I know that was a barrier for me when considering Sony - I didnt want to have to buy a brand new Sony lens at top price in order to have native AF and framerate, so its high entry level matters a lot more. Im sure some of it was cheerleading, but there are some differences in scenarios as well. Edit: had a quick check - was there even an A mount mm 2.
Cant find it listed in wiki. As for the compromises, if shot with an A9, either of the older Canon versions will definitely perform better than on a 5DIII, probably a bit worse than on a 5DIV, and of course lag behind a 1DXII - but we're talking about excellent performance anyway.
Less weight; that is good news, indeed, for my gimpy left shoulder. Even if I would normally use a tripod, there remains the matter of carrying, and then getting the lens onto, and from, the tripod head. Nikon, please make one like that and I will queue in front of your office to place the order! As non pro user I just got a reminder why I love my Olympus M. With 1. All you get is a mm f4 with some benefits and some drawbacks of a smaller sensor camera with higher pixel density. The Olympus mm f4 is a good lens, but plays in a different league than mm or mm supertelephoto lenses.
Im not saying Canon glass is bad and yes I like Canon glass just look at my nickname:. Target group of f2. The mm f4 is not even remotely an alternative for those looking for mm f2. Also why to mention only the Olympus if you are after value offering? In fact the Nikon f4 PF offers one of the best f4 optical performance in the market. And on top of that it is almost half of the weight 1. You can use it on many sensors sizes with different pixel densities from fullframe, through DX 2x down to CX 2.
Soon on light mirrorless full-frame too. Things are changing Im just asking since we are talking zoom to get to close to remote animals. Show me a decent mm FF f5. If you take the Nikon mm PF F5. But the FF light gathering equivalent of the m43 F4 lens is F8 and then you add a 1. No cherry picking. There are no such slow lenses for FF as F8 and F Enable 1. Perhaps you'd get even with the same number of pixels It is misleading to say it is the same thing as mm.
There is no free ride by using small sensor system. Olympus or any other brand. Since thats a 1. This is a decent offering from Nikon since the D body is a very good in terms of AF. Atleast my shutterspeed would be very slow on F4 if that was like F8 FF light.
Is it as sharp as Canon's big guns, no but it is "decent". Plus, the Oly set is the one to go, while with Canon, you got to take at least a sturdy monopod, better a tripod into account, which brings 3 kg or more to carry around. Without doubt, the Canon lens is great and it offers the unique 1.
You are wasting your breath trying to preach to these personalities about the advantages of the 400 Canons - Les Vétérans (2) - 400 Canons / Ça Ti Femme Là (Vinyl) f4. I have it and it is amazing for telemacro and distant subjects.
The min focus distance on these canon beasts is laughable in comparison. The people who go on and on about equivalence fail to realize that the m43 sensor doesn't need as much light as a full frame sensor for the same exposure. F4 on m43 allows the light necessary for that size sensor to expose and be as fast in low light as the giant full frame lenses at f4 if you consider same shutter speed and iso.
Nomoreheros you have the meaning of my sentence backwards. Perhaps English is not your first language. Let me flip my sentence around and maybe it 400 Canons - Les Vétérans (2) - 400 Canons / Ça Ti Femme Là (Vinyl) make more sense to you.
And additional dof is generally a good thing when photographing wildlife. There is no doubt that these Canon monsters are very impressive and sharp photographic tools especially when placed on a capable body. However, they're far too expensive for the vast majority of people.
They are also far less convenient to travel and hike with. I myself would much rather spend dollars on trips to amazing places where I can easily take my Olympus and get amazing images, instead of having one of these very large lenses which one can't practically travel with and is relegated to photography closer to home. Are we really still having this discussion??? Lenses are relative to their sensors, if you stick an f2.
And its the other way around, for portrait lenses maybe itd a valid point but for loooong lenses on ff more depth of field is better. If you stop down the ff lens to get the same dof youll end up with same noise levels. And also, seriously?? Were going on about equivalent apertures but equivalent focal distances is a myth?
End of the day m43s will have a mm 20mp photo and ff will habe a mm. By the time you crop youll end up with a noisier and smaller file that the m43s. Stop being fanboys, buy both. Actually, there are. Just put a 1. Nothing special, really. No, 400 Canons - Les Vétérans (2) - 400 Canons / Ça Ti Femme Là (Vinyl), you don't get mm.
My auto focus is linear like a proper dslr lens with infinity stops and positive manual focus for going into branches. So the new is lighter than the old II for a decent price so i could get the new one!!! Will have to wait for the technical details of this lens Now they match Sony in terms of weight. But the Sony might still have the balance advantage. No information 400 Canons - Les Vétérans (2) - 400 Canons / Ça Ti Femme Là (Vinyl) this criteria here.
I guess extending the lens itself by 24mm would make things slightly more rugged, but I doubt Canon is going to bother anytime soon. Yup, there is zero point in Canon designing R versions of these lenses any time in the near future. With the release of the R mount would not touch these. The EF mount is dead. The only advantage of the EF mount now is adapters to both the R mount and soon to be dead M mount.
The RF mount is too big for cameras like the M The beauty of EF is that soon enough it might be the mount of adaptable choice on most ML mount systems. I just find it funny that a "camera" company copied something from a "gadget" company as many here at DPR seem to classify them. More like 50g lighter than the Sony.
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