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  1. notapic
    26.03.2020

    Canon RF 14-28mm f2 L USM
    Canon RF 70-135mm f2 L USM

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      26.03.2020

      they were not officially introduced, so far these are only plans

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  2. alexey_laa
    26.03.2020

    At the CEE-2019 exhibition at the booth, Panasonic tried the Panasonic Leica DG Vario-Summilux 10-25mm f / 1.7 ASPH. This photo turned out:

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    • KalekseyG
      27.03.2020

      Is Evanna Lynch on the right?

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  3. Olga
    26.03.2020

    As a rule, immediately after zooms, photographers begin to get involved in wide-angle lenses. Because it becomes much more interesting not to remove a distant object, but to convey the panorama that has opened to the eye as widely as possible. Such a lens is especially in demand during urban photography - dense buildings do not allow you to move a sufficient distance away, which allows you to fit everything you need in the frame. Or while photographing parties. Fifth remark: wide-angle lenses are very fond of realtors and hotel owners. Thanks to this lens, the rooms look bigger than they are.

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    • "Joe"
      26.03.2020

      1. How is your comment related to the topic of the fastest zoom lenses?
      2. A “zoom lens” is any lens with a variable focal length. A zoom lens can be wide angle, they are not different entities.
      3. For shooting architecture, it’s best not to use any wide-angle lenses (including those with variable focal length), but specifically shift lenses. They are also optimal for high-quality interior photography (the necessary panorama of the interior with a minimum of perspective distortion is built from several shots taken with the help of lens movements with a stationary camera).

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      • notapic
        26.03.2020

        This comment is more like a bot response, which simply copied the text from the Internet for some key phrase. By the way, it was him that I already saw somewhere. I wonder what the author of the comment was thinking about when he posted this nonsense.

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      • Denis
        27.03.2020

        but he wrote everything correctly and readily
        and, conversely, Olga’s statement is controversial, I always thought that after a zoom the next would be a fix of 35,50 or 85mm

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      • "Joe"
        27.03.2020

        1. Your comment is not related to the topic under discussion and does not contain useful information. Please do not clutter comments with such posts.
        2. Study photography, learn to understand technical terminology and think rationally.
        3. If you do not understand something, do not rush to call what you have read nonsense - at least, this demonstrates the low level of your communication culture, at the most - your incompetence.

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      • Not a bot
        27.03.2020

        Like a bot)

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    • Roman
      26.03.2020

      That is why immediately after whale 18-55 the most popular one is 50 / 1.8, and next to it, or 55-200, 55-250, 70-300, yeah.

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  4. Victor
    27.03.2020

    I read many times about the uniqueness of the design and optics of these two Olympus zooms: 14-35 and 35-100.

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  5. VasilVasil
    27.03.2020

    “During the preparation of the Sigma 18-35mm 1: 1.8 review” where this review is, please link to the studio. I was also interested in him.

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      27.03.2020

      Will be soon

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      • Denis
        28.03.2020

        promises to be very interesting)

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  6. Victor
    27.03.2020

    Out of this whole group, only 2 per full frame

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  7. VasilVasil
    27.03.2020

    Just such Sigma 18-35mm 1: 1.8 DС HSM A and Sigma 50-100mm 1: 1.8 DС HSM A, for APS-C DSLRs and allow you to bypass the advantage of 1 stop (and here 1,33 stops) according to ISO on FF. I have not taken this Sigma 18-35 yet, but I am tuned. In this case, the price is obviously more attractive.

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      27.03.2020

      They allow you to use ISO at a level lower than with 2.8 at full frame, this partially equalizes image quality at high ISO. But at the same time with the same 28-70 / 2 the full frame is still in isolation

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      • VasilVasil
        27.03.2020

        Sorry, Arkady 28-70 F2.0 who produces for FF, for what money and at what weight? And this Sigma will just make it possible to compensate for one stop of ISO due to 1,33 stop of the diaphragm. By the way, add the product code A24 to your list of prospective reviews of Tamron 70-2.8 / F2 G032, I think this is a serious device.

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      • Alexey
        28.03.2020

        but, monies, this glass is only for UPC and at a price, let's say, very few people can afford (from amateurs, and professionals do not need to read reviews). but in general - there are a lot of beautiful glasses, for example, for cinema, only there prices start from $ 50000, so the mention of expensive glasses, of course, is useful, but for the readers of this resource it is hardly applicable :)

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      • Arkady Shapoval
        28.03.2020

        oh well, 18-35 already for 700 dollars
        tokina 14-20 already for 500
        Data on https://www.bhphotovideo.com/

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      • Alexey
        28.03.2020

        I'm talking about 28-70 2.0, and not about sigma, which, of course, is good

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    • Peter
      29.03.2020

      If you need a suitable result, then do not take 18-35.
      About 3 years ago I thought the same thing. In reality, the docking station does not help, even with the best possible adjustment, and you also need to spend a lot of time on this.

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    • Victor
      07.09.2020

      Everything is very simple, do not repeat the mistakes of others:
      1. Sigma this size and weight with a typical 24-70 per ff
      2. But at the same time it has a noticeably smaller zoom range (~ 27-57 equiv)
      3. Controversial autofocus
      4. On ff, you can put, in addition to everything, a cheap fifty fifty 50 as a light "staff", where you will look for a cheap 1.8 / 35 for a crop, I do not know)) And there are a lot of similar examples.
      5. The difference between crop and ff is not only in the flu and working iso (which could be partially compensated for by this sigma)

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  8. Irina
    27.05.2020

    Thanks for the useful information. I have an old Canon, I plan to change the camera. I’m looking for a fast zoom lens, since I often have to shoot indoors for my site https://po-krymu.ru but so much data that the head is spinning. It will now be a little easier to make the right choice.

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  9. Anatoly
    04.03.2021

    I ask you to tell more about TOKINA ATX-PRO lenses, from fifty dollars and more - I do not like wide angle. Best regards, Anatoly.

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  10. "Joe"
    13.08.2021

    Review of Canon RF 28-70 F2 L on DPReview TV
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-8fzXkWdMc

    Canon RF 28-70 F2 L review on Christopher Frost
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuBq_Z_wuDs

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  11. i is glorious
    16.08.2021

    Angenieux 28-70mm f / 2.6

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      16.08.2021

      In conditions having F <= 2 (otherwise Tokin could have been sketched here from 2.6) During the preparation of the Sigma 18-35mm 1: 1.8 review, I decided to see how many fast zoom lenses with aperture F <= 2 are available in our advanced time ... As it turned out - not so many, and some of them have already been discontinued.

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