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Jul 13, 2010 #1. geoid Well-Known Member. If this is a problem, (shooting in low light), there are a couple of things you can do. While weather sealing is a nice feature, it should not be a game changer or a deal breaker. IMHO. Discussion in 'Lens Matters' started by geoid, Jul 13, 2010. Cheers elisabeth! When indoors (i.e shooting a gymnastic competition) i don't use the 1.4 converter. ages ago (permalink), Photo Kandy: Thanks for that... (permalink), The F4.0 is sharper, lighter and since you are using the 7D you can always increase the ISO to match the speed. Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. (permalink), @tobias, Unless traveling in business/first class, your limited to the amount of weight u can carry with u as hand carry unless you dont mind putting some of your camera stuff in your luggage. Now the bokeh of the F2.8 is a lot better but I'm not saying the bokeh of the F4.0 is bad either. It lets me focus once, and shoot several images in a row -- so if your subject stays within your focal plane, you can get several shots without refocusing. ages ago You can place your badge on your Flickr profile, Blog or Website. (Yet) I personally have the f/4 Non-IS lens and it is amazing. 70-200 f/4L(non-is) outdoors is sharp, zero CA, much lighter(it definitely is a factor, the f/4 is also narrower at the base which for me at least makes it easier to grip, my hands are small haha). So u want to let me know who the heck can afford those new Canon RF lenses? If it was between the 4 IS and 2.8 non-IS, I think I'd still go for the 4. Canon 70-200mm f/4 L USM (NON IS) A group for the users of this amazing lens, show some photos of how great it is and how you use it. ages ago Canon 70-200 F4 non IS. ages ago ages ago (permalink). 10:35. Also, allows quickly viewing any Flickr photo on black background in large size. You can shift these up or down as you see fit, but you are smarter than your camera is... You can meter by holding the shutter halfway down and looking through the viewfinder in any mode (except M). i have a lowepro fastrack 350 bag that can take it all ie a camera, a few lens and a laptop. Canon currently makes four 70-200mm lenses. Use Flickriver Badge Creator to create a badge linking to your photos, your group or any other Flickriver view. (permalink), IMHO the extra stop of the 2.8 is much better than the f/4 IS. Please post your photos shot with Canon 70-200 f2.8 L IS II USM here. I have the 70-200 f2.8 non IS and i'm wondering if the F4 IS is an upgrade? However, the bokeh of the F4.0 is not as creamy as the one that F2.8 produces. Thank goodness, after 12 years Nikon has finally re-introduced a reasonably-sized telephoto zoom for FX digital, DX digital and 35mm cameras.. never under estimate the usefulness of 2 stops of IS (4 stops in the case of the 70-200mm f4L IS USM) ages ago E Martin Photo Yeah the f/4L lenses are Canons holy grail. This Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS II might just be the sharpest zoom lens ever. ages ago You really only have a couple options in this case: make sure you get the eyes in focus when using a large aperture, or use a larger aperture (which may have increased any motion blur from the dog...) Is The Canon 70-200 f2.8 Lens vs F/4.0 or An Alternative Right For You. (permalink) This is the least expensive: the f/4 without stabilization. IMG_5282 by geraldtourniaire. Originally posted ages ago. Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by ramezkaradsheh, Mar 4, 2020. ramezkaradsheh. I hear that the 70-200 f4 is super sharp versus the 2.8 non IS, don't know if that's true. For people and animals, you have to nail the focus on the eyes, otherwise it doesn't look right. (permalink), As I mentioned earlier IS would have not made this shot any sharper. CkLoVeSaRt edited this topic ages ago. Thanks for the tip (permalink), P = Program: Your camera decides the best combination of Aperture / Shutter Speed and ISO for you. This new 70-200mm f/4L IS II is Canon's best 70-200mm lens ever.. I guess that is my real question that I should have started the thread with ;) I know it's not the only way to do it either, but this works for me. exclusive spark edited this topic ages ago. #nosmallcreator #teamcanon #lensreviewThis lens is a BEAST, and if you can handle the few quirks, it can yield some AMAZING results. Once added to your personalized homepage, just edit widget settings to select your desired view. ages ago While viewing any Flickr photos page, click on the bookmarklet to open the same view on Flickriver. my point is: f2,8 is the better choice imho... As to your shot, it's very sharp, and to capture water in mid-air indicates a shutter speed fast enough to freeze a good part of the action. One of the reasons is because would be able to shoot in faster shutter speed. (permalink), I agree with Stratman if you want a proper upgrade the new 70-200mm f2.8 IS would be what I would look to own (though I would wait for its price to drop from release) since the overall improvements will benefit you more - a closer focsuing distance means its slightly better at some closeup shots when out and about (flowers and other natury type things) whilst its sharpness improvements means better overall performance when you put the 1.4TC on - I'd even be interested to see how well the new would take a 2*TC. Seeking your advice...................... For how long does canon service their discontinued cameras? Pablo Avanzini 2,738 views. f/2.8 is way better compared to f/4.0 when shooting sports. If your like me who does most of their picture taking when traveling abroad then f2.8 may be too heavy to carry. Mark S Payne edited this topic ages ago. Today it is no … No selling lens posts. brekmoxx 101 months ago 1 replies. I was at a wedding in india the other day, and they performed some very cool bollywood dancing, and to capture that i needed to be @f2,8 and ISO 1600 (my 450D doesnt go any higher) and to eliminate the handshake use a monopod... - couldnt have done that with an f4 lens Originally posted ages ago. You won't get fast enough shutter speed to stop action. (permalink), I now only shoot in A, S, and P (7D doesn't have action lol) It's hard to figure out the right shutter speeds to use in these type of shots because I can't meter as the shots spontaneous.... Is there a cheat somewhere? IE users - add the link to your Favorites under the Links folder, Jessica (14) - Châteauroux les Alpes - Juin 2020, 'Canon 70-200mm f/4 L USM (NON IS)' most interesting group photos on Flickriver. Originally posted ages ago. Discussion FS: Canon 70-200 F4 non-IS Author Date within 1 day 3 days 1 week 2 weeks 1 month 2 months 6 months 1 year of Examples: Monday, today, last week, Mar 26, 3/26/04 ages ago The least expensive 70-200mm is the f/4 non-IS version. Your 7D can perform very well at ISO 800, so don't be afraid to push it. If you need a little more/little less light, then you can always adjust your exposure bias up or down respectively. www.flickr.com/photos/cklovesart/3977618648/meta/in/set-7... Canon 70-200mm f/4 L IS side view on a Rebel XTi . Oh I hate insomnia... 4.20am local time here... (permalink) If I could spend another $500 now and upgrade to the 2.8 IS, I'd totally do it. Though solidly built, the 70-200 f/4L is relatively light (25 oz / 705g). Crying Fowl by hasneyhassan. I also use it for macro work periodically with the extension tubes, and it always amazes me quality-wise. and at what aperture/shutter... Where are the cheats!!!!! Not always does that work, but that's the deal with these things ;-) (Note that I don't shoot sports. (permalink). ages ago i dont get much photo opportunity when im at home in east london. You'll get noisier images perhaps, but every one will end up with frozen action. I don't own the Canon lenses you are referring to, but I do shoot 80% or better of my photos (mostly soccer) with my Sigma 70-200 f2.8 lens. ages ago Canon 70-200mm f/4 L USM (NON IS) recent | interesting | random. The focus, though, is behind the head, and so is why the dog appears soft. The IS is a good thing to have because it can save a lot of actuations in low light situations. Sign up for a free account, or sign in (if you're already a member). Flickriver needs JavaScript to work properly. To install: drag and drop the following link to your Bookmarks toolbar. People are forgetting that the F2.8 lens is 1.5kg of weight on its own. That said, I love my f/4 IS, but I'm very aware of its limitations in dark situations. Nikon don't offer this option. Please tag your photos with "Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS II USM". Camerahoarders 11,881 views. ages ago A/Av = Aperture Priority: You choose aperture (think DOF), and the camera selects ISO / Shutter Speed. I have one and I love mine. This is the lens to get for daylight use where you want the lightest, least expensive tele zoom yet still want a fast and excellent lens. M = Manual: You do everything: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO. (permalink) While viewing any Flickr photos page, click on this button to open the same view on Flickriver. I occasionally get photos that have the same problem while shooting with a f2.8 lens. (Focus, on the other hand, is up to you, since the camera will almost certainly drop your aperture wide open when indoors...) Another tip, a bit off-topic, but you might also try moving your focus button to the * on the back. //--> IE users - add the link to your Favorites under the Links folder, preview: 'Canon 70-200mm f/4 L USM (NON IS)' most interesting group photos on Flickriver, Use Flickriver Badge Creator to create a badge linking to any Flickriver view. Discussion of Canon Digital SLR equipment and issues common to Canon digital capture, post processing and technique. im debating which one to get myself plus the size and weight difference between the two is obvious and could be an issue when traveling abroad. With the 1.4 attached, this means that you'd likely want to have a shutter speed of 1/450 or faster in order to maintain handshake-blur free images. ... i have had my 70-200 f2.8 non-IS for a long time and still like it a lot! I understand that the IS won't help in freezing the pictures but I don't really use a tripod when I'm out and about shooting... so the IS would be nice. (permalink). This certainly isn't the only way to go about it, but it works for me. But since purchasing a FF 5D2 i wanted to test for myself if this still holds true on the FF. (i.e your inability, and mine to hold heavy lenses steady for long periods of time) When you're at apertures as wide as 2.8 (or more), and with a moving subject, that can be really hard to do with such a narrow depth-of-field. i'd say IS is very very important especially for the f2.8 (permalink), Yeah but in the UK they are selling this lens at £2800 which is over $4200 which is just ridiculous. (permalink) Oh I understand! ... , I am a stock photographer and an owner of 5d mk iii I have; 70-200 f4 ... fixed condition 91 months ago 5 replies. (permalink), Yes the f4 is about £100 cheaper here in UK. Feel... Flickr logo. You'll graually figure out different combinations to start from based on different scenarios, and will be able to quickly adapt after shooting a few "practice" shots. (permalink), I chose the f4 IS mainly due to the size/weight. (permalink), Go for 2.8 non IS...believe me, you wont regret it... Canons excellent f/4 Zoom lenses is the reason I have stayed with Canon and not switched to Nikon as my mind keeps telling me (mainly due to the far superior AF on the lower spec non pro bodies) SHEESH! Question: over in the UK, both IS versions of f4/f2.8 have a price difference of £400!! Originally posted ages ago. (permalink), Hi Everyone, Canon 70-200 f2.8 L IS USM Lens Review.The f/2.8 vs. F/4.0 vs. other cheaper alternatives Non-technical lens evaluation to help you decide what the best lens is for you to purchase. Or, I'll use it to focus bracket a little -- AF once, shoot, manually focus a little, shoot, focus some more, shoot, etc. ages ago It would depend on if your subject was stationary. Install search plugin. I also shoot almost exclusively in Av, Tv, or M modes, and prefer to set my own ISO. Is it me or have Canon dropped the ball on pricing. Originally posted ages ago. I don't do much low light action work and for outdoor work carrying all the kit is a factor to consider. It says in your EXIF you are shooting in Action mode. canon 70-200 F4 non IS vs 85mm F1.8 vs 50mm F1.4. A Greasemonkey script that adds Flickriver links to various Flickr photo pages - user photos, favorites, pools etc, allowing to quickly open the corresponding Flickriver view. Convenience is a major consideration when shooting, and the RF70-200mm F4 L IS USM lens is our most compact and lightest 70-200mm f/4 lens, making it even more appealing to use for your photo and video opportunities. Take your choice of f/4 or f/2.8 and with or without image stabilization. I have the F4L IS and absolutely love it - I've been doing a lot of low-light photography lately and have wished I had the 2.8, but theres no way I would give up IS. That extra stop is very helpful in wildlife photography much more so than IS would be at these focal length ranges. Anyway thanks for all that feedback, I appreciate it. If you feel like you don't need that extra stop of light (if you shoot in daylight around f/8 or so anyway), and would like the IS, the f/4 IS isn't a bad choice. Photos taken with the Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS II USM lens. I think you should stick with your 70-200mm f/2.8. I find that this technique works very well for fast action shooting. One of those shots is almost certainly in focus. Pelicans Flying-Canon 550D w/Canon 70-200 f4 non-IS Test. ages ago Manual mode does get use on my camera -- it did this Christmas, when the flash was attached. Currently the f2.8 70-200mm don't really do a fantastic job of it and I think the nikon equivalent gives a better overall performance in that regard (from what I have seen). It was in a film class I took a few years ago. (permalink), I have to agree that all the comments so far seem dead on. ages ago I like the blur (bokeh) look on the action shots, if I had the IS and shot that the exact same way do you think it would be sharper? Secondly, you can invest in a monopod or start using your tripod more. jonneymendoza edited this topic ages ago. IS only helps to stop camera shake and therefore composition. I could buy a second hand 300mm f/2.8 IS USM for that! What I ment in my post before is that I took the shot I posted in action mode on the 50D but now on the 7D I shoot in Aperture Priority. What is the best way to... Hello, The 300mm f/4L IS USM can be handheld at 1/125 second or lower (on 1.6 crop sensor) and get sharp photos( if the subject remains still at the moment of capture) In this case, I would've stopped down to give yourself greater depth of field and cranked up your ISO to keep your shutter speed up. because its the best place to store images instead of buying 100 CF cards and because i shoot in raw, i need to PP them if i want to print some out while abroad. I recently bought a second body. It made for very consistent images, which was very nice. Originally posted ages ago. (permalink), Kidding? Also, it is much easier to control for these things if you are shooting in Tv, Av, or M as opposed to Action as you can then set everything yourself and get exactly what you want. Works with Firefox and Internet Explorer. Thanks for the replies! Has anyone used both? Image Stabilization, in and of itself, while convenient, is not a "must have" feature. The photos certainly do print extremely well - even when they are half-toned and printed on newsprint. ages ago ages ago ages ago The Function of Technology on Obsolescence, EOS 750 Diopter adjustment wheel is stuck / Viewfinder. the F2.8 weighs something like 1.2kg while the F4 only weights around 700g and is smaller too. var gEmbedCodeWhite = ''; Given that you're shooting sports indoors, I'd steer away -- the 7D looks like a great camera, but the high-iso capabilities of the camera would be unlikely to offset the increase in noise due to raising your ISO with the f/4. I only wished that at the time I had stumped up the extra cash for the IS version but then I probably would not have been able to purchase the 300mm f/4L IS USM. Pelicans Flying-Canon 550D w/Canon 70-200 f4 non-IS Test. ages ago If you click it, you'll go home. (It does do wonders for shaky hands, though.) Personally, I live in A/Av mode, even for spontaneous shots. It's been so beneficial. When traveling I don't bring my 70-200 f2.8, i bring the 24-105 and a 50mm f1.4....If I ever do a safari, well that would be different. I leave my aperture set at a reasonable value (around f/4), ISO on AUTO, and if I something happens that I'm not prepared for, at least I have a reasonable chance of getting it. (Please leave the EXIF data in tact if possible, but this is not required.) Like someone above me said, try hand holding a f2.8 lens with a slowish shutter speed and see the blur thats produced in your shots. S/Tv = Shutter Priority: You choose the shutter speed, and the camera selects the ISO / Aperture value that can obtain the shutter speed. Also with the 7D I find I can turn up the iso an extra stop anyway. I've done that, and will never look back again. After reading your replies I think that i need the 2.8 for the indoor maybe like STRATMAN2 mentioned I should go for the 70-200 IS f2.8, I'll just have to wait until it comes down in price :) BUT!!!! Emma (16) - La Bréole - Mars 2020 by Le Rêvellateur - 10M views, thanks. (permalink) I soot wildlife and when outdoors I use a 1.4 extender. I love flick!!! I've found one 2nd hand which isn't too dear. Well, I do a lot of bird action photography, and the technique I use that I find to be very useful is to shoot in Av, center point only (unless you're already setup and ready to shoot a particular composition and know your subject will be off center), al servo focus, keep the shutter speed at least 1/1000 (check it in the viewfinder), set your aperture so that your depth of field is reasonably large (gives you whoopsy room and room for your subject to fit in the entire focal plane - I usually keep my aperture at f/7.1 to f/11 unless I'm forced to open it up due to poor/low light), and crank your ISO to 400 or higher. my only issue is how do u guys carry such 1.5kg when traveling abroad when your only allowed 7kg of hand carry lmao. Don't forget that your 1.4 extender will make your f/4 into an f/5.6. Thanks for your comment exclusive spark edited this topic ages ago. (permalink), To All: var gEmbedCode = ''; The new 70-200 f/2.8 L IS II USM seems to be the winner here. Flickriver widget for iGoogle or Netvibes can display almost any Flickriver view - most interesting today, by user, by group, by tag etc. This new lens has the same extraordinary optical quality of the 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II, at only half the price, size and weight.If you compare Nikons MTF curves, this new lens is even a bit better than the 70-200/2.8 VR II. (permalink), to the people saying the f2,8 is too heavy for travelling... it's not, you just have to have a good pack to carry it... (at least if you have the size and strength to carry it along with your other lenses and whatnot..) P.s.I use a crop camera, canon 7D When I shoot night games, I shoot manual (or sometimes Av depending on the field and weather) and set my ISO up to 6400 on my 50d. (permalink) If you don't need the subject-action-stopping and background-blurring capabilities of the faster Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS Lens, this lens will deliver everything else you need in a smaller, lighter and less-expensive package. I think A is for action. Av still lets the camera meter (it chooses the shutter speed, you choose the ISO (unless you're on auto ISO), and your aperture setting). Originally posted ages ago. A f/4 70-200 would be a great lens to get into the Canon R but it is disappointing that'll mean no TC support. I'm going to try that, I will adjust if necessary. EXIF data is much appreciated. For what you shoot the IS will provide no benefit. Originally posted ages ago. Actually it is very light and small compared to the much more substantial Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8L Lens or the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Lens. 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