Discussion in 'General Shop Talk' started by jakedoza, Jul 6, 2010.
I see a lot of fun in my future..
I had purchased the 24-70 and used it for walk around. Then I got the 16-35 and that became my walk around.
All great lenses, congrats...if you need help breaking them in, I will work with the 200mm for you, you know, I want to help. :mrgreen:
lol.. that one is becoming my fav right now. The others are just as awesome though.
Have you tried the extender yet?
oh yeah.. its freaky deeky.. though it does lower the f-stop to 5.8 its still cool to zoom out to 400x. Be prepared for a back brace though.. its heavy.
Nice! That's a beauty of a kit. Now all you need is a full frame body to put them on.
Congrats. Nice website btw.
I am trying to decide between the 24-70 and the 16-35! So its cool to find somoene that has both.
If you were to choose just one of them for a wedding, which one would you choose?
Does the 24-70 feel heavy after a while? its twice the weight of the 16-35.
max -- Thanks! I do need to update it though..
msf -- After shooting a little with both I think I am going to like the 24-70 better than the 16-35. Don't get me wrong, the 16-35 is great, but I see using it more for landscape shots or when I'm in a tight situation where I need a wide lens. Yes, it is heavier, but after shooting with the 70-200 it is pretty light.
Just wondering about the 24-70, does it have a tripod/monopod mount on the lens? If so, does it rotate so you can take pics vertically? Im guessing it doesnt rotate, its just something I got wondering about.
no, it does not have a tripod mount on the lens.
I love your HDR work on your website. that is a beautiful collection of lenses too! I wish i had that kind of money to drop on lenses but I want a new deck instead.
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