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Canon TS-E 24 mm f/3.5L II

Manufacturer Canon
Model TS-E 24 mm f/3.5L II
Lens style Wide angle
Focal length 24 mm
Maximum aperture f/3.5
Angle of view 84 o
Closest focusing distance 0.21 m
Maximum magnification 1:2.94
Minimum aperture 22
Number of diaphragm blades 8
Auto focus type MF
Lens Construction 16 elements / 11 groups
Filter diameter 82 mm
Macro No
Available mounts Canon EF
Dimensions 88.5 x 106.9 mm
Weight 780 g
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Owners reviews (3)
  1. Titi
    Titi 19 May 2014, 13:58
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    IP 145.226.x.x
    Owner since: 1 year
    Price: 1400 (2nd
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: Focus scale could have been more detailed (there is nothing between 3m and infinite!) to help focusing without live-view. Even 8 diaphragm blades makes night shots (stars generated by city lights) not really spectacular (should have been 9 like last Sigma lenses!)

    Pros: Everything else: impressive image quality (sharp at f/3.5 on the non-shifted picture, at f/9 for full shift), tilt-shift abilities, easy panorama with shifting, very short minimum focus distance, build quality, abilities to put 2 filters (ND400+graduated or polarizer for example) without vignetting. Great 'L' color rendering. No chroma aberrations.

    Summary: Usable without tripod but one is necessary (+bubble level) to get the best of the lens. You need time to learn its usage.

  2. Fabian
    Fabian 12 May 2014, 18:02
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    IP 188.174.x.x
    Owner since: 1 year
    Price: 2000 ̈́
    User profile: Semipro

    Cons: It's very big lens. The tilt / stift controls are placed too narrow so that it doesn't feel so great when adjusting the T/S.

    Pros: superb image quality, T/S, great color rendering

    Summary: If you are a serious landscape photographer, you should pick up this!

  3. torger
    torger 20 December 2011, 14:01
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    IP 213.88.x.x
    Owner since: 6 months
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: Speciality manual focus lens - i e not all-around (used for landscape and architecture mainly). Relatively heavy. Tilt focusing requires modern high resolution live view display (5Dmk2 or similar) to not be a test of patience. Quite expensive lens in absolute numbers.

    Pros: Shift and tilt very valuable for landscape/architecture. Very high image quality for being 24mm lens. More flexible movements than traditional tilt-shift lenses (can move tilt/shift independent of eachother, make diagonal tilts etc). Large image circle (67mm), means that maximum shift is rarely needed - better image quality.

    Summary: If you're serious about landscape and architecture you want this lens.

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