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Richard Nye wrote:
People talk about how they want a lens that's "sharp". Obviously this lens is sharp. However, it is so much more. The combination of contrast, colors, sharpness, etc. makes it artistic. It's the difference between a musical instrument being in "tune" vs being musical. This lens is truly musical!
I have to say Richard that I was exepecting a lot from this lens and it still impressed me greatly. If this is the benchmark for wide open performace with Canon L series glass, what the heck is going on with my other lenses?
From my collection of L glass, the only other lenses that approach this artistic quality (that I own, or have owned) is the 500 f/4L, the 24 TS-E II, and the 135 f/2L. Another notable is the 85 f/1.2L II, but in my opinion, just a slight notch behind in IQ.