Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by keith204, Nov 15, 2008.
Seen lots of ISO tests lately, here's one for sharpness.
wow. very sharp. thanks for the link
No lens data? 1/100th, f/11, ISO 100, 100mm
I just checked two of the canon/LaForet images and they did not have lens type either... pre-production units, perhaps this is one of the final things for canon to address.
pretty sharp. if I were her, I'd be very flattered.
they said it was a Canon 100 f/2.8 macro. Exciting, because that's already in my bag.
A well known wedding photographer David Ziser got to use the mark II for a couple of weddings last weekend. Check out his blog to see the results: http://www.digitalprotalk.blogspot.com/
Well it is more of a lens review than I was expecting, but since it is the 24-105 IS L that many will pair with their 5DmII's I still ate it up! Interesting that he kinda pitches the 40D's features over his old 5D.
BTW - The link to Z-ray lighting seems interesting... Thanks for the news bit.
Hey no problem. I have been following his blog since I saw him on photoshopusertv.com about a month ago and I just realized last weekend that he was from good old Cincinnati, just like me. I'm going to take his spring workshop. The Z-ray is pretty cool isn't it. I went to Target last night for something else and happened to find one of those lights he uses there so I bought it. Only $20 at Target!
... I am so, so jealous. I think that's the sharpest thing I've seen - well, ever. You can even see mascara flecks, haha.
Now, I'm still new to the photography game, so I have to ask: how do they get that so sharp? What is it about that lens and body combination (or individual components) makes it that hot?
Is this an L class lens ?
nope! I think I paid about $450 for the lens brand new It is really a very sharp lens.
Most of the Canon prime lenses are sharper than a L series zoom lens of a similar focal length. The 100mm f/2.8 Macro is regarded as the sharpest lens currently produced by Canon.
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