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Canon Eos 1n

Review: Canon Eos 1n

Canon Eos 1n

  Does it still make sense to use an analogue 35mm camera? While few people this days shoot film, it is still a pleasure, at least for me, to load a little metal canister that holds only 36 exposures. And if the camera in wich I load the film is a top-grade one the hussle …

Canon EF 135mm f/2 L Usm

Review: Canon EF 135mm f/2 L Usm

Canon EF 135mm f/2 L Usm

Ok, I don’t really quite like superlatives, but this lens deserves them all. Because it’s almost unbelievable and absolutely WONDERFUL! The only flaw that I can think of it is that it’s not a Zeiss (and I love Zeiss colors more that the yellowish Canon ones). Bokeh, sharpness, flare resistance, autofocus accuracy and speed they …

Review: Canon 24-85mm f/3,5-4,5 Usm

Great value for the money. This compact lens is a very good travel companion, light and reasonably sharp at all zoom settings and apertures. At least in my own sample sports the best results at the wide angle end, while at 85mm is softer. First row 24mm, left center, right borders;  second row 85mm, left …

Review: Canon 24mm f/1,4 L Usm

Heavy, big and expensive, but a terrific tool for available light photography. Sharp wide open, and razor-sharp from f/2,8 even in the borders. The biggest problem at full aperture, but only in specific lighting conditions, is the purple fringing that occurs in the specular highlights. If you can afford one, and obviously if you shoot …

Review: Canon 50mm f/1,8 Mark II

A very cheap, all plastic, toy lens, that neverthless performs marvellously. The only problem, but this will change from sample to sample, is a big lack of consistency when focusing at full aperture, that one cannot even correct in camera because it varies randomly from front focus to backfocus and in intensity. It will blows …