Monday, September 13, 2010
Canada Life Building
It has been about six weeks since I traded my 100-400mm L zoom for the 16-35mm f2.8L II, and I can't be happier. I have used the 16-35mm more in these few weeks than I have with the 100-400mm in more than two years. The best lens is the one that's mounted on the camera and ready to shoot. So far, I can't complain about the image quality -- totally happy with it. It's an amazingly versatile focal length. I only wished I had done this sooner. I would have gotten more pictures if I had. If cost is not a factor, and you are looking for an ultra wide angle full frame zoom, be sure to test out the 16-35mm f2.8L II. It's expensive, but you only need to buy it once.