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Canon 16-35mm f/4L IS USM Hands-on Review

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Do you really need image stabilisation in an ultra-wide angle lens? Canon seems to think so. We take a look at the new 16-35mm f/4L IS USM …


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  1. Thanks for great reviews! I'm trying to figure out if it is best to buy the 16-35mm or the 24-70mm. It's the wide-angle I'm looking for. Also, if you get the 50mm 1.2, isn't it waste of money to get the 24-70mm? I'm just trying to understand a bit more I guess …

  2. Hi, I keep trying to take you seriously but you keep disappointing me – hear you are reviewing the Canon 16-35mm lens WITH A FILTER, while the first video i saw you in, reviewing filters, you said there is no need of filters in a dslr camera. well if one is using a filter for protection, that is good enough for me, and you should promote that as it is. you come across to me as one who don't care and act as such in all your videos – this is the last time for me – you blow it.

  3. +DigitalRev TV I know this review is 2 years old, but still solid! I finally got my hands on one of these gems, I must say, one the best sensible purchase I've made since my 5DMIII. Thanks Guys!

  4. Always interesting and also amusing, but at the same time very informative reviews. You just made my spend on the Canon justified! It's Ebay for my trusted 17-40 and I am sad to let it go as it really is a superb lens.

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