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Old 16-09-2006, 12:57   #1 (permalink)
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Never been one for doing any lens testing.....always just gone out and used them.

Anyway I thought I would give it a go with 3 lenses in my kit....do they look OK?





Also I have always been one to put a filter on but never checked to see the difference with and without.......



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I'm not sure how these things are normally done, but it would be nice to see what focal length you shot them at as well as the aperture. Also what make the lenses are.
On my screen it looks as though both your lenses and filters have produced good results.
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I'm not sure how these things are normally done, but it would be nice to see what focal length you shot them at as well as the aperture. Also what make the lenses are.
On my screen it looks as though both your lenses and filters have produced good results.
Not sure of the focal length.....I just shot them as close as I could at approx 45 degrees as recommended.

Lens in order of pictures;

(1) Canon 16-35mm 2.8L
(2) Canon 24-70mm 2.8L
(3) Canon 50mm 1.8

All three shots with the filters/no filters are with the 16-35 2.8L.
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Re: Lens testing (6 images)

I'm the same as you mate, I test my lenses by getting out and using them... but they all look pretty accurate to me, even with the filters.

I might try the same myself sometime though, I would be interested to know just how accurate mine are aswell.
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