Reviews and Problems with Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
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15 September 2013
Excerpt: This is the second 70-200 mm lenses for me, I returned the first after a couple of weeks because I could not get a sharp image from it. The replacement lens was much better, but I at the time, I still rated it as the least sharp of the three lenses I own. I couldn't see what all the hype over L series lenses was all about. A funny thing happened though, the more I have used this lens, the sharper it has gotten. The auto-focus has sped up, and become quieter as well.
Excerpt: This is my second "L" series lens, and it is great! I debated on the f/2.8, but after reading other reviews I decided it wasn't worth it. The extra F-stop is not worth the extra grand.I have taken the 70-200mm f/4 to a few baseball games and a volleyball game. It has been great at the baseball games. I am new to photography, but don't use it on program mode. This lens on my Canon 7d captured some great shots. I actually got some ball on bat shots!
Pros: Durable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Nice Bokeh, Rugged, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This is one of the finest lens i have ever used in my entire photography Currier. Very sharp and fast focusing.i use this lens with my Canon 5D Mark iii camera. Good for sports also. Fashion Photography and portraits are very awesome to do with this lens. i will definitely recommend this lens to all my photographer friends.
Excerpt: I've been planning on getting a Canon 70-200 f2.8 for a while but was holding off for two reasons: the cost and the weight. I am a petite woman with very small hands and was not sure how often I would use this lens given the weight. I have the Canon 100-400 f4 lens and can only use it when it's on a tripod.
Pros: Cost, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Nice Bokeh, Strong Construction, Weight
Summary: A Awesome lens for around $1300 Brand New...and one I recommend 100% for the Advanced Amateur and semi-Pro it has the best of both worlds a Decent price and Superior Picture quality plus 4-stop image stabilizer with 2 modes and also 2 focus modes that are very helpful for fast focus, (IS)Image Stabilized 4-stops). Is it right for YOU??.... well that's a hard question but here are some key facts and situations that may help you decide... Pros..
Excerpt: I always check out a new lens to see if it needs any in-camera micro adjustment to the autofocus. I compared it to my 24-105 which has always been very sharp. The 70-200 is even sharper, so I'm quite happy. The only negative is that the IS motor is louder than my 24-105 and I wouldn't have expected that.
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Rugged, Strong Construction