The RF 28-70mm f/2 L: Canon’s Bag of Primes
It’s heavy, expensive, does not have image stabilization, and is impractical for most photographers. It also happens to be one of the best zoom lenses ever made.
Held constant to the common onslaught of internet reviews, the prior sentence could easily summarize the Canon 28-70 f/2 L. None of these complaints would be incorrect; but favoring such claims without an open mind would rob you from using one of the most interesting lenses produced in the modern era.
It had been 13 years since I last wrapped a set by putting a Canon camera into my bag. At the time it was a 1DS Mark III with a collection of primes (35, 50, 85, 135). While I had also owned a 70-200 f/2.8L IS, my time with it was short-lived as I felt that zooms did not challenge me to create in the way that primes did….
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