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Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8 L USM Lens Review (with samples)


Here is the NON IS version of Canon's 70-200mm f2.8. It's fantastic...but it's aging. There have been a lot of advances in lens technology since 1995. In the face of competition with the likes of the new and similarly-priced Tamron 70-200 lens...is it still worth £1,000?

And can you get by without image stabilization?

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ThePicturetaker : Would love to see you re-do this review with modern higher MP cameras like your EOS R and Sony A7R2.
Richard Raymond : I just bought this lens last week. Your review is 100% accurate and concurrent with all my thoughts, including the loss of contrast when shooting sunwards. Still, like you stated, it does the job and there are many bargains to be had for this older lens. It's a suitable placeholder in my kit until I can justify the 70-200 2.8 IS II financially.
Felipe Opazo Ortiz : Nice review, i bought this lens a couple months ago, just before you uploaded the video i guess. It's an awesome lens, and even though its heavy and it doesn't have IS, the image quality and bokeh are superb. I use it mainly for video on a tripod, so the lack of IS isn't a very big deal. When using it for photos, it's still a great performer, particularly if you are taking pictures outdoors during the day and can use fast shutter speeds (1/320 or more when you are @200mm).
Dobby240 : Excellent reviews from someone who knows very little about cameras, i just bought my first DSLR a week ago and your videos are a real help for guys like me with all the gear and no idea. thanks man
Christopher Frost : Seeing as you ask...I've been thinking about this. When I finally get some money together, I'm going to get the Canon 70-200 f4 L IS. I'd love to have f/2.8...but these lenses are huge, heavy, impractical, and because of their huge glass elements, they have serious issues shooting against bright light. The Canon 70-200 f4 IS is just so ridiculously nice in every way, and it's actually transportable. I'd love f/2.8 for the narrow depth of field, but I'll just get a 135mm f/2 for that instead.

Canon 70-200mm f2.8 L Series Review | Buy the Cheaper Model!

The Canon 70-200mm f2.8 L Series lens is a great lens that I love to use. I have the first model that DOES NOT have image stabilization, but I find that to not be a big deal considering the price differences. My only complaint about it is the weight. Below are links to the lens on Amazon along with links to competing lenses and other products I use.

Canon 70-200mm f2.8 First Model: https://goo.gl/sMQaJN

Sigma 70-200mm f2.8: https://amzn.to/2U7rzIj

Tamron 70-200mm f2.8: https://amzn.to/2U3zsOF

**Note: The Sigma and Tamron lenses cost about the same for include some form of image stabilization.**

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Druvian : I have been wanting this lens for a while. I definitely need to save up for it. Would be awesome for wildlife photography and portraits
Vme3000 : Did you ever end up trying this lens with the 2x or 1.4x converters? If so, what were your thoughts on it?
matt bosch : Just got the same lens ordered off eBay. $775 shipped from a camera shop in Japan. Can’t wait to get it and try it out.
Jan Spilka : Great video, it was really helpful, thank you!
Creative Vision Gaming : I have the even older model, the 80-200 2.8

Canon EF 70-200mm F2.8 IS in 2022. Thoughts from a pro photographer after 15 years of assignments

In this video I talk about my experience of using the Canon 70-200mm F2.8 IS USM zoom lens in my life as a professional photographer. I show some samples of images taken with the lens over the years, review the good and bad parts of the lens, talk about using it on a Canon 5d IV and also with an RF adaptor on the Canon R5. I show some example of how this lens helped me capture an image in difficult conditions that was then published in the news.

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Conrad Greer : Hi Roy, I see you are wearing your “new” vest Great info on a classic lens. I think still one of the best lenses ever made. I have a version II IS version of the lens an am totally satisfied with it. Very rarely go down to 2.8 so depth of field and sharpness is always great. I am rather old school so quite like the size and weight of it, mated to a 1DS mkiii and it is a hefty bit of kit, which is a workout on its own to lug it around. However the quality of the photographs is worth the effort. Also I have piece of mind that it will never let me down and be as reliable as a zippo lighter.
CS B : Thank you for this video. I currently have that same lens, I originally used it on my EOS-1N (film) then later on my 5D MK-III, and my 5DSR. After watching some others comparing it to the newer versions, I was convinced I needed to step up to the second or third version. However, after watching this video the first time, I took my lens out and started shooting with it focusing on subject that had a lot of detail so I could re-inspect the sharpness (as well as contrast, and color saturation) and see if I really needed to upgrade. But overall, I was very pleased with the results I got from this version. I have no doubt the second and third versions may be a bit sharper, with less lens flare (a weak point with mine) but I find that I am happy with the results I am getting. I have a tendency to jump on the latest and greatest thinking it will make my images better. But this video helped me to decide on just using this one.
Ananda Garden : Thank you very much, Roy. I'm very grateful that you invested the time and effort to share your real-world experience with the 70-200 2.8 IS v1. I'm age 80, photographer for 56 years, and love light-weight, excellent, practical but "unimportant"-feeling gear. For these reasons, my first choice for low-light stage and other events would be the 135/2 (I've owned several copies.) But I also need the versatility of the Big White Whale, and your lovely photos are persuasive and helpful. BTW, I shot sports in the early 70s. I worked for the company that published Runner's World and shot running, swimming, gymnastics, cycling, and martial arts. I now shoot events for a school, community, and sangha.
Classic.Cameras : These lenses are a fantastic bargain these days and I honestly find that cameras like the R, R6 and R5 make canons old EF L lenses better. I've shot with the non-IS, IS and IS II of this lens and really not a whole lot of difference. The mark II is the best but its also the heaviest log.
Martin Wolfenden : I stumbled upon your channel the other day. Am pretty glad I did. It’s a joy to find somebody with so much experience as a photographer sharing their expertise with the world. There are so many amateur photographers on YouTube giving terrible advice. Lots of videos telling people to never make a mistake or experiment. So your channel is a joy. Many thanks for the videos.




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