Sunset in Kruger

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Depending on which of the two or three non-stabilized versions of the Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 you have, I would be surprised if you gained much of anything at all by going to the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS. It is a 2001 design that is a very good lens for its time but is showing its age when compared to more recent offerings. You don't really gain anything ...


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To the general point, no, you don't need IS - the rule of thumb is that you don't need IS if you're at 1/(35 mm equivalent focal length) or faster - so you're OK at 1/320 s, even given the 1.6x crop of the 7D. In the specific case of the Canon 70-200 f/2.8s, the IS version (specifically the IS II) is a newer design than the non-IS version and is generally ...



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