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Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM Lens for Canon EOS SLR Cameras
The L-series is Canon's flagship professional lens range, designed to include outstanding image performance, ultimate operability and weather resistance. The EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM offers a lightweight alternative to the renowned EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM. offers the highest possible optical quality with no change in aperture over the full focal range of the lens. This allows photographers to set exposure at the widest aperture and zoom all the way through to 105mm without having to vary the shutter speed. Image Stabilizer (IS) dramatically reduces image blur caused by camera shake. Gyro sensors detect unwanted vibrations, triggering the corresponding movement of a correcting lens group perpendicular to the optical axis. This alters the light path, returning the image to its correct position on the sensor or film plane. The 3 stop advantage means that photographers normally shooting a 105mm lens handheld at 1/125 sec can obtain a shake free result with a shutter speed as low as 1/15 sec, for vastly extended options in low light conditions. The ring-type USM motor found in the EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM employs ultra-sonic frequency vibrations to drive auto focus with unrivalled speed and near-silent operation. A powerful CPU and improved AF algorithm contribute to speed performance. Good holding torque stops the lens with precision and accuracy, the instant it arrives at the correct focus point and without overshoot. Photographers can choose manual focus instantly and at any time simply by moving the manual focus ring without first having to switch out of auto focus mode. Circular aperture producing attractive background defocus Inner focusing, ring USM and new AF algorithms for fast and quiet autofocusing Manual focusing enabled even during AF mode (full-time mechanical manual focus) Only environmentally friendly lead-free glass used in lens construction Filter diameter 77 mm / Dimensions (dia x len)82% (5)
Canon PowerShot SX1 IS
I'll be going to Vancouver for part of the Olympics in February. Knowing there's no way they will let me in with my 5D2 and big whites lenses, I decided it was time to buy a decent P&S camera that will be allowed in the venues. I also want a camera to use in my kayak, since I'm still very nervous using my good cameras and lenses while floating around in a small boat. Both of those requirements mean something with a long lens - the superzooms. I considered a few different cameras, but in the end the SX1 won out because of it's support for RAW, and the hot-shoe that will work with my Canon speedlites. I made some trade-offs, such as a small EVF, but my workflow is completely wrapped around shooting RAW and processing in Lightroom, and I don't want to change that.Canon SX220HS
I recently decided I needed a pocket camera for those times when I really don't want to be carrying an SLR and lenses around. I originally bought a Fujifilm F550EXR but recently returned it as it had problems with excessive lens flare and the lens was soft down one side. Apparently these problems are common with that model. Anyway I've now bought the Canon SX220HS as a replacement and so far I'm very pleased with it. If anyone is interested, this shot was taken on my desk with two sheets of white A4 paper, one underneath and one behind. I used an external shoe mounted flash bounced off the ceiling slightly behind me.
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