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| p.3 #11 · Tamron 28-75 vs Canon 24-70 Test, Bokeh Added! |
Do you consider yourself having "SHARP" copy's of all the lens you tested..
As it is well known that the 24-70 and 24-105 are copy dependent..
First off, I'd say that I have not heard of much copy variation with the 24-105L like I have with the 24-70L. Then, I'd say yes, except for the 24-70, which I just received, and ascertaining it's sharpness was one of the reasons for this test. I would say it (the 24-70) is not great at 2.8 at 24mm and 70mm, but not bad elsewhere. I just received the 16-35L as well, and I would say it is amazing. The Tamron, 24-105L, 35/2.0 and two 70-200's are very good and have been thoroughly tested.
And I feel the Tamaron in your test has a more magenta HUE to them..
The outdoor shots? Yes, maybe just a bit, like + one or two on the tint slider, although I did not do any color work on those.
PS. And Tahnks for taking the time for the test...