Reviews and Problems with Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II
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Horrible locking knobs!
Stan Rose, B&H Photo
17 July 2015
Excerpt: I've had this lens for several years now, and use it quite frequently for landscape work. The ability to stop down and get great depth of filed with the tilt function is invaluable. This is a very sharp lens.
This is my primary architectural lens. For several years ...
Michael Baxter, Amazon
6 April 2015
Summary: This is my primary architectural lens. For several years I wouldn't justify the cost, in order to merely replace my original 24mm TS-E. I have no regrets. The new build tremendously improved the clarity and reduced the distortion.
Summary: Functions superbly, lay-people who have seen images of buildings sans converging verticals, can't quite figure out why there's a difference but they all appreciate the images. Comments like, "Wow, that's beautiful," are common.
Summary: This is the one to get. Chances are some of you are like me and are already a Canon user, have already decided to buy a tilt shift lens, but are trying to decide which focal length to buy. If you can only buy one, this is it.
Summary: This lens is a necessity in architectural photography. It is incredibly well designed. There are no lens defects that I have been able to discern in using this for 2 years. It's indispensable because the shift ability retains image quality fidelity where you would normally have to distort the image...
Excerpt: This is such an incredible lens! so glad I made the leap and invested in this great piece of hardware. As a landscape and architecture photographer, I couldn't imagine going on location without this lens now that I have it.
Excerpt: If you are looking at Canon tilt-shift lenses you are headed for a serious financial commitment. I started out buying an EOS 5D Mark III so that I could take advantage of full frame and eventually buy these lenses due to their extraordinary capabilities.