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  • We measured 5 copies of the 24-70mm f/2.8 II at 24mm and 70mm. For purposes of comparison I’ll add the numbers we know from multiple tests of the original Canon 24-70 f/2.8 and Tamron 24-70 f/2.8. Since the sharpest Canon zoom we have at 70mm is the 70-200 f/28 IS II lens, I’ll add its numbers at 70mm.
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  • I didn’t know that Canon froze out Zeiss. Canon doesn’t freeze out Sigma and Tamron, both of which make compatible lenses for both Canon and Nikon (many of them, in fact). Zeiss makes three lenses for Sony cameras but none for Canon and Nikon. I had assumed that Zeiss had some kind of exclusive deal with Sony.
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  • An appeal for open cameras. April 12, 2010 in Future, Gear, ... Some day, you’ll be able to put a Canon lens right on a Nikon body and it will work fine. And you’ll be able to put a Zeiss lens on and it will work even better. But that day is far off. ... Doc Searls on April 12, 2010 at 5:50 pm.
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  • TODAY ONLY: Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon Digital SLR Cameras, $144. UPDATE: A reader (name omitted to protect possible Christmas surprise) writes: “Thanks for ...
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  • Shop B&H for our huge inventory of Mirrorless System Lenses from top brands like Rokinon, Sony, Samyang and Fujifilm, all at unbelievable prices.
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  • A teleconverter (sometimes called tele extender) is a secondary lens which is mounted between the camera and a photographic lens. Its job is to enlarge the central part of an image obtained by the objective lens. For example, a 2× teleconverter for a 35 mm camera enlarges the central 12×18 mm … Read Article
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  • Pics taken around stately Instapundit Manor suggest that the 7-14 lens is great for making houses look better than they do: If I were a real estate agent I’d order one immediately.
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  • 30 Canon cameras at risk of ransomware: ... Pinhole Pro X – world's first ever pinhole zoom lens smashes Kickstarter by 2,000%. By Louise Carey . ... REVIEW A standard zoom for APS-C, this is a direct competitor to Canon’s 17-55mm f/2.8 lens Tamron SP 45mm f/1.8 Di VC USD review.
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  • Flickr photos, groups, and tags related to the "Canon EF 24-85mm F3.5-4.5" Flickr tag.
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  • Knifing the baby. Back in March, I wrote about Global Sound, a web site being put together in Seattle by the Smithsonian Institute that would eventually be providing access to some fascinating recordings of indigenous music, in particular the holdings of the International Library of African Music, repository of a staggering collection of recordings by South African musicologist Hugh Tracey.
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  • Started listening to Bill Clark’s amazing oldies show on WATD/95.9 on the way back from dinner this evening, and continued on the Web after getting back. Talk about deep cuts. Some of those songs I hadn’t heard in 50 years, if ever. All good stuff, familiar or not. One tune, the name of which I missed, reminded me of two contemporary songs by young artists with roots in bed-Rock.
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  • Flickr photos, groups, and tags related to the "davetaylor" Flickr tag.
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  • New toy. I bought a neat new toy on Saturday. A friend of mine who is a part time professional photographer decided to upgrade some of his equipment, so he had a telephoto lens for sale. It's a Canon 70-200 mm lens, f2.8 across the entire zoom range, L-series professional glass. I had been looking to buy the f4 version of this lens, but when the opportunity presented itself to buy the faster ...
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  • Spread the love Google Lens, the company’s visual search engine that can recognize what’s in your images and scan business cards, among other things, is now rolling out to all Google Photos users on Android. This marks Google’s first major expansion for Lens, which was previously only available to those who had access to the
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  • 12 May 2018, Technology News covering Gadgets, Websites, Apps, Photography, Medical, Space and Science from around the world brought to you by 15 Minute News
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  • I agree Doc, That is why I use a dry bag. I also will be getting a waterproof housing for my wifes camera so I can use it. ... For a serious day of shooting on the river I'm usually lugging my trusty Canon 10D with Tamron 28-300 and have my sweet little Casio EX-Z55 standing by in my breast pocket. But this is a guy who can't decide whether he ...
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  • Time, light, movement and distance. Simon Griffee Design Photography About & Contact Notebook Archive Random What (tags, or keywords) (1) 1818 (1) 1984 (1) 3d-printing (1) 42nd-street (1) 4th-of-july (1) 5th-avenue (3) a-childs-garden-of-verses (1) a-list-apart (1)
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  • The S-series lenses start at $4500. And yet, for once, these cameras are unique and innovative. All three are assembled in Germany, to start. The X1 is probably still overpriced, but it does include a genuine Leica lens and an unusually large (and thus low-noise) sensor for a compact camera.
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  • My great uncle Jack Dwyer worked in the shipping and steamship business through the first half of the last century. He also took a lot of pictures, including my favorite family photo of all time. (I’m the kid with the beer.) I was going through a bunch of these on Flickr yesterday, when I noticed the name of a ship launched in Biloxi, in 1919.
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  • Moment smartphone lens case. The best camera is the one you have with you, and more often than not, even for photographers, that’s a phone. There are lots of stick-on, magnet-on and so on lens sets, but Moment’s solution seems the most practical. You use their cases — mostly tasteful, fortunately — and pick serious lenses to pop into ...
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