Canon - EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Standard Zoom Lens - Black

Canon EF 24–105mm f/4L IS USM Standard Zoom Lens: Designed for professionals as well as advanced amateur photographers, this sophisticated lens with Ultrasonic Motor and a Super-UD glass element takes stunning pictures with incredible detail.

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5
Travel companion5 Posted by: from: on My wife and I are recently retired and traveling more. We were looking for a lens to minimize the equipment we carry. After a test run in Alaska, this seems to fill the bill.

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5
Great lens for any occasion5 Posted by: from: on I've used this lens for newborn photography, events, portraits. It's very versatile. The images are sharp. I use it with a Canon 6D. The lens is cheaper than the f/2.8, but it's worth it. It does the job.

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5
This is a very good everyday lens5 Posted by: from: on This is a very good general purpose lens, and it is the lens that spends the most amount of time on my camera body. So if you can only afford to buy one "L" series lens buy this one. And buy the camera body separately (don't get the package deal with the kit lens). The EF 28-105mm F/4L IS USM is well built and worth the price, and its a better lens, then the kit lens...trust me.

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5
Another Staple Lens in the Canon L Series Lineup5 Posted by: from: on I was looking for my next lens to supplement my 70-200 f2.8 IS II and this lens was the next logical step. I did not buy the non IS f2.8 version in this lens because I do some action photography and needed some image stabilisation. Not to mention it was cheaper. This lens performs as you would expect from an L Series lens. Super clear, sharp images with fast auto focus. The build on this lens is stout to say the least. If you do not own this lens, are a serious photographer, and do not have an equivalent L Series, go get it!

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5
Wonderful lens5 Posted by: from: Skull Valley, AZ on This is a great lens. I use it on my second camera body for Equine shoots.

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5
Canon - EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Standard Zoom Lens5 Posted by: from: on This lens is miles above the 28-135 IS, it's built much better feels better in your hands, and the controls are a delight to work with. You're getting every penny you pay for this in quality and technology with this lens and rest assured it WILL perform. Of course we all could wish it was cheaper, but professional camera gear is just this way... when I go out to do landscape and wildlife photography my jeep triples in value as soon as I put the camera bag in the back. The Image Stabilization system in this camera is great, leave it on always, it's sensitive enough to help even absorb the flicker of the mirror in your camera. You don't have to switch it off when you mount it on a tripod. While it will not save every shot and blur is always a possibility when you go below 1 60th of a second with any lens but I have had great luck using this to hand hold images down to as little as 1/4 of a second some of them turn out some of them don't but the fact that ANY of them turn out is impressive to me and proof the technology works. You need to know HOW to use the IS; however, it's important that you allow the internal gyros time to spin up before you take the shot this takes about a half a second. Learning to see the photo before it happens and anticipating the shot is all part of this process, allowing the lens a half second to spin up to speed will enable you to utilize the full potential of IS The circular aperture of this camera works well and allows you to get the depth of field you want without the annoying jagged edges in out of focus items that lenses with standard aperture blades will give you. Bokeh is a little weak, but we are only at f4, so that is expected. Speaking of F4 it lets in a fair amount of light, I have not noticed any Vignetting at any focal length, but shooting on a 1.6 sensor crops out the edges... Compared side by side with the 28-135 on a Rebel XTi the shots taken with this lens are easily recognizable as more contrasty and sharper. (the 28-135 IS STILL a great lens, however) As with any lens, this one has its characteristics that you will need to get use to. Flare is very minimal in all but the most extreme lighting situations. However when you do encounter flare (usually only happens when your TRYING to get the lens to flare out on you) you usually get a sharp jagged object with a halo around it, If you're trying to create a purposeful flare effect that looks good this is not the lens to use. If you just bought the Rebel XTi, this is the kind of lens you are going to need to utilize all ten million pixels on the camera. So if you buy this lens, congratulations you have just reached the top of technology and optical performance. If treated right this lens will provide you with a lifetime of images of uncompromising quality.

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

5
Great go to lens5 Posted by: from: on The lens is a wonderful general purpose lens covering a nice distance range from wide angle to close up. There is nice depth of field and clean, sharp photos with good detail. I spent a long time deciding about this lens since I am an amateur photographer and the pro lens was a bit pricey. But I am super happy I decided to purchase it as it is incredibly versatile. If you can only buy one lens this would be a good choice, it will get you through a variety of photo opportunities successful ly.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Great lens to start with5 Posted by: from: on This lens is great good zoom decent pics. I would absolutely get this as a first lens.

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4
Good4 Posted by: from: on Canon EF 24-105 lense Pretty good working and I like it.

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4
Great camera lens and good price.4 Posted by: from: on Love my camera lens. The pictures are vibrant. This lens is not the most current lens from Canon but it works well.

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