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I think you should stick with your 70-200mm f/2.8. S/Tv = Shutter Priority: You choose the shutter speed, and the camera selects the ISO / Aperture value that can obtain the shutter speed. Pelicans Flying-Canon 550D w/Canon 70-200 f4 non-IS Test. Seems like the F2.8 is too heavy to bring when going abroad so that should be taken into consideration when deciding. If you don't need the subject-action-stopping and background-blurring capabilities of the faster Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS Lens, this lens will deliver everything else you need in a smaller, lighter and less-expensive package. I find that this technique works very well for fast action shooting. Canon 70-200mm f/4 L USM (NON IS) A group for the users of this amazing lens, show some photos of how great it is and how you use it. add in the camera bodys weight and possibly a batery grip and your holding a blooming laptop in your hands taking pics at delecate shuter speeds. Not always does that work, but that's the deal with these things ;-) (Note that I don't shoot sports. (permalink), to the people saying the f2,8 is too heavy for travelling... it's not, you just have to have a good pack to carry it... (at least if you have the size and strength to carry it along with your other lenses and whatnot..) I have been using Canon EOS rebel t5 for the last 6 years for fun, I d... What music are you all listening to while out & about trying to get all those am... Just got an 5d mk III. (i.e your inability, and mine to hold heavy lenses steady for long periods of time) Please post your photos shot with Canon 70-200 f2.8 L IS II USM here. You have a full extra stop of light than you would lose if you switched. Also, allows quickly viewing any Flickr photo on black background in large size. Originally posted ages ago. ages ago ages ago (permalink). (permalink), I agree with Stratman if you want a proper upgrade the new 70-200mm f2.8 IS would be what I would look to own (though I would wait for its price to drop from release) since the overall improvements will benefit you more - a closer focsuing distance means its slightly better at some closeup shots when out and about (flowers and other natury type things) whilst its sharpness improvements means better overall performance when you put the 1.4TC on - I'd even be interested to see how well the new would take a 2*TC. You can't get better than this, and this lens handles well, has great image stabilization and is well priced. This is the lens to get for daylight use where you want the lightest, least expensive tele zoom yet still want a fast and excellent lens. (permalink), To All: While weather sealing is a nice feature, it should not be a game changer or a deal breaker. over in the UK, both IS versions of f4/f2.8 have a price difference of £400!! You'll lose a stop of light, and IS simply won't freeze action. exclusive spark edited this topic ages ago. I know it's not the only way to do it either, but this works for me. But does anyone know how much better the one with IS ( the new one) is? It's ultrasharp even wide-open at f/4 in the corners of full-frame at 50 megapixels. Is this lens a good one. It's been so beneficial. (permalink). Firstly, you can begin using a flash to help bring more light to your scene and thereby increasing your shutter speed. Discussion FS: Canon 70-200 F4 non-IS Author Date within 1 day 3 days 1 week 2 weeks 1 month 2 months 6 months 1 year of Examples: Monday, today, last week, Mar 26, 3/26/04 Once added to your personalized homepage, just edit widget settings to select your desired view. (permalink), to echo what has been said, assuming you're able to utilize a tri/monopod when shooting wildlife (or gymnastics), the stop will be of much more use for living, moving subjects than IS would be. (permalink), Hi Everyone, 70-200 f/4L(non-is) outdoors is sharp, zero CA, much lighter(it definitely is a factor, the f/4 is also narrower at the base which for me at least makes it easier to grip, my hands are small haha). Is it me or have Canon dropped the ball on pricing. Tv still lets the camera meter also (it chooses the aperture, you choose ISO and shutter speed). Discussion of Canon Digital SLR equipment and issues common to Canon digital capture, post processing and technique. (permalink), P = Program: Your camera decides the best combination of Aperture / Shutter Speed and ISO for you. For people and animals, you have to nail the focus on the eyes, otherwise it doesn't look right. How to find the megapixel usability of a lens. Thanks for the replies! var gEmbedCode = ''; (permalink) I misunderstood what you meant before. Long story short, your shot is very sharp, but the face is not in the focal plane as your depth of field is too shallow. (permalink) I only wished that at the time I had stumped up the extra cash for the IS version but then I probably would not have been able to purchase the 300mm f/4L IS USM. and at what aperture/shutter... Where are the cheats!!!!! Feel... Flickr logo. That's been so much of a benefit to me - letting me get crystal clear pictures even at slower shutter speeds [assuming the target isn't moving]. Secondly, you can invest in a monopod or start using your tripod more. Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. While viewing any Flickr photos page, click on this button to open the same view on Flickriver. Convenience is a major consideration when shooting, and the RF70-200mm F4 L IS USM lens is our most compact and lightest 70-200mm f/4 lens, making it even more appealing to use for your photo and video opportunities. because its the best place to store images instead of buying 100 CF cards and because i shoot in raw, i need to PP them if i want to print some out while abroad. What is the best way to... Hello, Though solidly built, the 70-200 f/4L is relatively light (25 oz / 705g). ages ago Camerahoarders 11,881 views. jonneymendoza edited this topic ages ago. Originally posted ages ago. To:jonneymendoza ages ago I was looking at the image on my iPhone so could not look at the deail of the shot. Nikon don't offer this option. //--> (permalink). (permalink), As I mentioned earlier IS would have not made this shot any sharper. ages ago never under estimate the usefulness of 2 stops of IS (4 stops in the case of the 70-200mm f4L IS USM) ... i have had my 70-200 f2.8 non-IS for a long time and still like it a lot! i dont get much photo opportunity when im at home in east london. exclusive spark edited this topic ages ago. (permalink). Pelicans Flying-Canon 550D w/Canon 70-200 f4 non-IS Test. One of those shots is almost certainly in focus. This certainly isn't the only way to go about it, but it works for me. Test set up. I'm blown away by it's possibilities. canon 70-200 F4 non IS vs 85mm F1.8 vs 50mm F1.4. I also notice the one i believe to be "sharper" are at 1/800 - 1/100...I think I really need to crank up my shutter speeds in general (when shooting action). IMHO. Originally posted ages ago. my point is: f2,8 is the better choice imho... Canon 70-200mm f/4 L USM (NON IS) A group for the users of this amazing lens, show some photos of how great it is and how you use it. (permalink), Yeah but in the UK they are selling this lens at £2800 which is over $4200 which is just ridiculous. (Focus, on the other hand, is up to you, since the camera will almost certainly drop your aperture wide open when indoors...) imho, we should be comparing the f2.8 none IS version to the F4 none IS version and vice versa. I guess that is my real question that I should have started the thread with ;) Canon 70-200 L f4 non IS Vs Canon 70_200L f4 IS Nov 22, 2017 1 Recently sold my Canon 70-200 L f4 non IS and purchased the f4 IS version. HOWEVER, if you are asking about handshake blur, then the general rule of thumb is that for a non-stabilized lens, you should keep your shutter speed a 1/apparent (35mm) focal length or faster. (permalink) (permalink), Photo Kandy: Thanks for that... exclusive spark edited this topic ages ago. It lets me focus once, and shoot several images in a row -- so if your subject stays within your focal plane, you can get several shots without refocusing. If I did, I'd probably use S/Tv more...) I purchased that lens almost six years ago to use with my 20D, and have had exceptional results with it so far. why carry a laptop? Personally, I live in A/Av mode, even for spontaneous shots. In this case, I would've stopped down to give yourself greater depth of field and cranked up your ISO to keep your shutter speed up. The least expensive 70-200mm is the f/4 non-IS version. I would think that for indoor sports you'd probably want to use S/Tv mode. You can set the shutter speed to something high enough to freeze the action (1/500 or faster - depending on what you're shooting), set your ISO to AUTO, and let the camera do the rest. It made for very consistent images, which was very nice. IMG_5282 by geraldtourniaire. Originally posted ages ago. (permalink), I chose the f4 IS mainly due to the size/weight. exclusive spark edited this topic ages ago. (permalink) No selling lens posts. I have one and I love mine. When indoors (i.e shooting a gymnastic competition) i don't use the 1.4 converter. ages ago I'm thinking of replacing my 70-200 F4 with used but excellent condition 70-200 F2.8 (Both NON IS) by adding 200 $ extra. I was at a wedding in india the other day, and they performed some very cool bollywood dancing, and to capture that i needed to be @f2,8 and ISO 1600 (my 450D doesnt go any higher) and to eliminate the handshake use a monopod... - couldnt have done that with an f4 lens (It does do wonders for shaky hands, though.) Usually your camera will aim for a shutter speed 1/focal-length, but if it can't do it, it'll go slower. Also with the 7D I find I can turn up the iso an extra stop anyway. I could buy a second hand 300mm f/2.8 IS USM for that! You'll get noisier images perhaps, but every one will end up with frozen action. Like someone above me said, try hand holding a f2.8 lens with a slowish shutter speed and see the blur thats produced in your shots. I own a 70-200mm f/2.8 IS, and wouldn't trade it for anything. Clickr on one of the buttons below to install: To embed this view, Copy and Paste the following HTML code: