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Re: 24TS-E or 17TS-E for landscapes?


The 17mm TSE is very versatile. You basically can achieve 10mm or 13mm focal length by shifting it depending on the camera orientation. That is unique to this lens!
Here is the breakdown:

17mm TS-E
10mm (Pano... 2 frames shot in landscape orientation and shifted horizontally -12 and +12)
13mm (About 40MP file... 3 frames shot in portrait orientation and shifted horizontally -12mm, 0, +12mm)

24mm TS-E II
14mm (Pano... 2 frames shot in landscape orientation and shifted horizontally -12 and +12)
18mm (About 40MP file... 3 frames shot in portrait orientation and shifted horizontally -12mm, 0, +12mm)

The 24mm TS-E II coupled with the 1.4x extender yields excellent images quality (better than 17TSE and 1.4x). You would get an extra 35mm TSE.

Getting the 2 TS-Es and the extender would give you angles of view possibilities from 10mm to 35mm!
Add the 70-200mm f/4L IS and you are set.

I took this picture a few days ago using the 24mm TS-E II tilted with a medium aperture. I think it was f/5.6 or close to that.



Jan 30, 2012 at 10:28 PM



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