Reviews and Problems with Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II
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artmeripol, B&H Photo
6 days ago
Excerpt: I used the older Canon 24mm T/S for years for exteriors and interiors of homes, buildings and restaurants while shooting travel assignments for magazines. I cannot imagine how I would have done it without that lens. But the lens had a few drawbacks.
Excerpt: I've wanted a lens like this for 10+ years. Finally bought one and after a few subjects and ~100 photographs I've got the hang of it. Most use comes by way of macro photography, but I've found one creative use for it within an environmental portrait as well.
Excerpt: the lens is manual which is the only major downside (along with high price). can be used handheld, yet preferably with tripod since you may need to zoom in to lock accurate focus.
it will take some time to be focusing on the right perspective but eventually it will happen.
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.