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Reviews of cameras, lenses, tripods, heads and other accessories written by Max56

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

canon_2x_v3Canon EF 2.0x III

Pros: quality, yield, weight, clutter.

Cons: nobody .... price?

Opinion: taken used ... but equal to the new ... just recently, I took it to match it to 70/200 2,8 is II, I did not notice any differneze rendering or autofocus details when using the 70/200 alone or in pairs. I bought it because I had the old pompone 100/400 but, despite being satisfied, I had to go around with 70/200 and 100/400 to cover the focals up to 400 (hence two beautiful heavy targets + the rest of the etc.), with the 2x 2x extender I solved the problem, weighs a bit, is not very compact and with the 70/200 2,8 series 2 it has a great output with both 5dmk3 and 1dmk3.

sent on October 11, 2017

lowepro_flipside_400awLowepro Flipside 400 AW

Pros: quality materials, opening in the back, lightweight

Cons: if you have a kit zoom all f 2.8 or bulky can be "cramped"

Opinion: I re-bought this backpack, I re-bought it because I had a couple of years ago but then sold for backpacks with traditional opening. I took it almost exclusively to the fact that the opening on schienale..cosa very very useful for photographic excursions where there are many people or parties or events. backpack is soft but at the same time rigid enough to hold the material well without going around the backpack. the only "new" if it can be defined, that is, if you have bulky or zoom lenses with f2.8 aperture (hence big fat) all zoom are there ... but you have to study well the arrangement otherwise you find yourself zoom difficult to extract or crushed close to others. I say this because a couple of years ago (when I got it the first time) was with all my kit zoom f4 and there were no problems. in any case I am not seen regret having taken up, just the fact of the opening on the back and the quality of the materials they deserve the9; purchase.

sent on July 19, 2016

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

Pros: construction of series L, f, sharpness

Cons: maybe f4

Opinion: are many years that I have this, I remember I paid much more than the current market price ... but I've never regretted it, and he never betrayed me. a construction of series L, good sharpness and focus always fast. Now it released 16/35 f4 is they say is much better .... for someone like me who has already this goal I believe that the change is not worth, the only notice that (sometimes) I would consider a counter is the fact that it is not a 2.8 ...... but you can not have it all.

sent on July 16, 2016

canon_50_f1-8stmCanon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM

Pros: price, quality

Cons: saw the price: no

Opinion: goal "to have" as "life-saving" when all other goals you have in your purse or backpack do not make more because they stop to f2.8 to f4 or f5.6 or worse! rnrnsolo this reason is sufficient for its purchase, then if we add: a low price, a very good yield up to f2 (but gets along well even at F1.8), and a blurred great then the circle is completed .rnrnio I bought it for the very reason above: when the light is not there, the iso begin to rise and the other targets (2.8) does not allow me to take a safety time, pull out the 50cc and reaches the light .. ..I has saved more than a few situazione.rnho also had 50 and 50 F1.4 F1.8 II ... but this ... at least in my opinion, is the best of the three.

sent on July 16, 2016

canon_70-200_f2-8_v2Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS II USM

Pros: all

Cons: anything

Opinion: I bought this lens after some indecision, weight and price in the first place, before I had the baby brother F4is, then the 2,8Is number 1, then I bought back the f4is ... but I had never convinced tutto.rnquesto is another planet, you feel the weight, and also the "flashiness" lens does its part, but the quality of the photographic result is that construction is eccezionale.rne then with the diaphragm 2.8 and the stabilizer 4 stop resolve all situations.

sent on July 15, 2016

samyang_14Samyang 14mm f/2.8 IF ED UMC Aspherical

Pros: field angle, brightness, price

Cons: saw the price: no

Opinion: I bought this lens to use it in creative photos seen the angle of field that offers the use of Canon FF and my model has the dial perfette.rnnon distances is a "slow clicks and Go", the use must be a little "thought", unless you resort all'iperfocale and a particularly small aperture ... f8 or f11.rnuna lens to have for creative photos or get close to the Super wide-angle, especially as to the purchase price.

sent on July 15, 2016

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

Pros: Price, maf, stabilizer, sharpness

Cons: not very bright (but in line with all other 70/300)

Opinion: I could do a copy / paste of the review of Thomas Farina, add that to me is already good at 6.3, well let's just meglio.rnanche for me is an objective 10 and praise especially if I think I paid 276 euro . RNLA difference that best known from a Canon L-series, is the smoothness of the rings .... logically win the L series hands down, but overall the rings of the Tamron are not all that I can say that the brightness male.rnriguardo is in line with all other 70/300, in that: one before buying it knows that does not buy a f 2.8, but I feel equally good for most of the photos, those looking for something bright .. logically takes qualcos'altro.rnottima for me also zoom range ... sometimes 200 mm are short, and have a 300 can help in many cases.

sent on February 17, 2015

canon_50_f1-4Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM

Pros: economic, bright, blurred

Cons: no

Opinion: bought three days. I did several tests and I'm happy: my model does not suffer from back or front focus ... amazing! is a little too early to make a definitive judgment, but for the use that I do the f 1.4 is another planet, with the 5D MK2 shooting in the dark with time safely. I was used to the other 3 goals that I (f 4) this is another thing

sent on September 18, 2012


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