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The comparisons between the EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II and the EF 17-40mm f/4 are a fairly mixed bag. It may well be that copy-to-copy variation of the same model is just as great as the difference between samples of two different models as tested by a reviewer. You can also throw the much newer EF 16-35mm f4 L into that mix as well. At some focal lengths and ...


I had them and shot them side by side and the 16-35II was hands down better in the ability to clearly resolve and separate details. The color was more lively, too. I think both are great for people photography, but if you want landscapes with perfect sharp corners, you may want to look further. The 17 and 24 T&S lenses are quite good, so are ~20mm ...


To do it seamlessly the camera would need to change the angle of view as the observer moved towards or away from the screen. It would also need to move from side to side or up and down as the observer moves from side to side and up or down. In the video they got around most of those issues by placing the screen inside a fairly small space that restricted ...

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