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Vincenzo Iacovoni
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Reviews of cameras, lenses, tripods, heads and other accessories written by Vincenzo Iacovoni


Microsoft Translator  The following opinions have been automatically translated with Microsoft Translator.

canon_17-40Canon EF 17-40mm f/4.0 L USM

Pros: Colors, contrast, good resistance to flare, focal length, sealing, robust

Cons: FF loses sharpness of the edges appear obvious chromatic aberrations and vignetting is 17mm on APS-C no defect

Opinion: There is as if there were built, also great colors that returns when photographing the vegetation, the greens are very well made with excellent contrast, I recommend it especially for the landscape, and if it is true that his elder brother the 16-35 f/2.8 brings the flaws that you read the various reviews I would say that there is no reason to spend twice as much if you're undecided between the two, if you have an APS-C body and a FF this is the wide-angle lens that's right for you!

sent on November 20, 2013


canon_6dCanon 6D

Pros: Price, yield at high iso, GPS, silent shutter, focus fantastic and the good side

Cons: Missing the double slot, Pad, limited shutter to 1/4000 that of bright lenses can make use filters nd a dedicated switch to the white balance

Opinion: Lightweight, durable, made a fantastic high ISO, GPS that can come in handy when you wander in the middle of nowhere and you end up with time scodarsi where they were, the center point snaps even in low-light situations, produces RAW files very workable, I would have liked it to have two SD slots, but mainly that they had the damn pad inside the ring but rather the joystick, even the absence of a dedicated button to the white balance would have been useful, in general, however, is a lady with a Full Frame image quality superb!

sent on October 13, 2013


kenko_1-4x_proKenko Pro 300 DGX 1.4x

Pros: Cheap, good yield, do not lose AF on bodies canon "not" series also above 1 f / 8

Cons: not received

Opinion: A multiplier as very good quality and sold at a good price, it has the huge advantage of AF also operate on the bodies Canon 1 series is not even at f / 8 and up, but there is also saying that AF slows down and from f / 8 and up into scenes of shade could not hook but if you want millimeters and do not own a Canon 1 series this multiplier for you

sent on June 17, 2013


tamron_70-300vcTamron SP 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Di VC USD

Pros: Value / Price - Capacity up to 200mm - powerful Stabilizer - Lightweight - Filter diameter - many aberrations contained

Cons: A bit soft at 300mm - Af "fast enough" and without a limiter - the bokeh is not his strong

Opinion: A lens that compared to the price is great but that obviously has its flaws otherwise would have cost twice as much, its biggest flaw is the bokeh, very bad in many situations, AF is silent, not very fast but still good even if a limiter would be beneficial , aberrations are really very small, soft to the maximum focal length, but how many zoom with a high focal length does not become?! rnNella its price range I highly recommend it, to have something better you should spend more than double !

sent on May 19, 2013


tamron_17-50Tamron SP 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD

Pros: Quality / Price - Filter diameter - f/2.8 constant - Zoom Lock

Cons: Af loud - soft wide open especially when you are at full extension - construction plasticky

Opinion: A lens that when compared to the purchase price is great, it would have been perfect if it was soft wide open especially at full extension, the AF motor looks like a mosquito but it's fast! RnSi is a constant f/2.8 throughout the focal length but that by its best from f/3.5 to find then its peak at f / 8, good resistance to flare, the construction is plasticky and we must be careful not to bump the lens hood otherwise it breaks easily, it has then its flaws but if we see the price and what it offers, and a lens that I recommend, if you have the chance check that it is produced in japan and china not from your dealer!

sent on May 17, 2013


sigma_150-500osSigma 150-500mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM

Pros: Large focal length range, powerful stabilizer, Sharpness up to 400mm, Price / quality, fast AF

Cons: Sharpness at 500mm, you can easily paint remover, a limiter af would have been something pleasant

Opinion: A good lens that has been able to give me great satisfaction, though not Af is lightning fast, the stabilizer is very powerful and gave me many beautiful hand-held shots, its biggest drawback is the yield to 500mm where to improve the situation must close at least up to f8 and the crop is not allowed if not a little better to fix the composition, painting as well as other optical sigma is not very good, I recommend it for those who want to bring the photo hunt without spending much money, 500mm less than one thousand euro is not just stuff!

sent on May 16, 2013


canon_600dCanon 600D

Pros: Lightweight, intuitive controls and easy to use, adjustable display

Cons: Gust slow, un-ergonomic, display readable in bright sunlight and you can not understand how it is triggered by the photo that appears

Opinion: Taken for what it is, that is a somewhat advanced entry level is not really bad, the sensor is the same as that mounts the 60D and 7D, which means that the picture quality is, you can not say the same thing of the form Af and gust, take only 6 photos to 3.7 fps in RAW, but is easy to use with a quick access to the main functions, however, recommend it to those who want to enter the world of DSLR!

sent on May 06, 2013


canon_400_f5-6Canon EF 400mm f/5.6 L USM

Pros: Can be used at full aperture, light, fast AF, Bokeh fabulous

Cons: Lack IS, minimum distance of focus

Opinion: goal that is appreciated much already at full aperture, produces files very good even without post production (obviously guessed exposure), the AF motor is a splinter, lightweight that you do not carry too tired, its shortcomings are the lack of IS which is useful to see the viewfinder firm and the minimum distance of focus, may be wrapped many 3.5 meters!

sent on April 30, 2013


canon_70-200_f4isCanon EF 70-200mm f/4 L IS USM

Pros: Sharpness at the top already at full aperture throughout the entire zoom range and, stabilizer truly exceptional!

Cons: Not specified

Opinion: A lens that will surprise you with its stabilizer really powerful to see the slight chromatic aberration you shoot in very difficult situations otherwise not actually see anything, maybe if you really need to find fault and that someone might not like the buzz emanating stabilizer, the filter diameter of 67mm also allows you not to spend much higher figures for the latter, the comparison personally with his older brother f/2.8 should not be done, costs twice as much and it is heavier

sent on April 30, 2013




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