The New EF Canon 24-70 Mark 2 Lens

Comparison of 24-70 mk1 and mk2

The new successor to the old 24-70 EF L lens the EF 24-70 Mark 2. Much lighter, compact, and higher quality than the old workhorse use by so many!

Canon 5D Mark III Best Feature

5D Mark 3 Full Frame Sensor Image

Production of the Canon 5D Mark 3 is still a rumor but there is one feature that I want to see that will change the way we take pictures with dSLRs!

The New Canon flagship camera EOS 1DX


With an estimated price of $6,500 ~ $7,000, the new pro camera Canon 1D X has the features that could be worth the money and it could be the best dslr camera to date. This is why!

Sample shots from the EF 50mm 18

Curb Moss

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There are a lot of expensive lenses out there. From the prime Ef 85mm F1.2 IS II USM that costs around $2,300 to the heavy EF 800mm F5.6 that cost around $14,000 dollars. It’s a no-brainer why photography can be an expensive hobby or a profession that usually starts many pros with a low profit margin! However, pro or amateur, one of the lenses that I highly recommend is the EF Canon 50mm F1.8 Mark 2.  This IQ (image quality) of this lens is just amazingly clean and sharp producing amazingly great images for less than a hundred bucks!

The Canon EF 16-35 Ultra Wide USM II

The EF 16-35 F2.8 II USM

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The Canon EF 16-35mm F2.8 ii USM is my primary zoom lens for almost all photographic scenario. It is my workhorse lens for landscape photography, architecture / interior, and for every day journalism when using with a full frame 5D Mark II.

Through my experiences using this lens, I have to say that the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Auto-focus Lens is a very high performance, silent focusing, and sharp ultrawide lens.