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That's pretty amazing when you think about it, I mean those shots are soooo sharp, and they're mostly at f2. That says so much about this lens. The simple fact that you can take f2 for granted and know it will produce incredibly sharp shots. I mean, on my 85 1.2II and my 70-200 2.8II I don't just walk around shooting wide open. I shoot wide open when the situation calls for it, but when I want the sharpest shot possible I close my aperture a bit. And I'm not knocking the 85 or the 70-200 because both are very...Show more →
BTW I use the 200/2 and 85/1.8 as an alternative to 70-200 / 85L / 135L. In the end this combo costs only $600 more, and the 85/1.8 focuses a heckuva lot faster. The image stabilizer actually makes a difference as it is canon's newer generation (like they have on the new 3/4/5/6/800mm and new 70-200).. good up to 5 stops... barring subject motion and a little bit of care, you can get crisp shots at 1/5 sec about 80% of the time.
Also makes for a good conversation piece.. which works in the context of weddings. For street photography, it's way too conspicuous.