Canon 16-35mm f4 IS

Canon 16-35 f4L IS

Sunrise in Helena at Montana’s Capitol.

Canon 1DX  16-35f f4L IS  f16  1/125  ISO400 (handheld)

Teaching my Helena Photography Workshop here today, here’s one from this morning at Montana’s Capitol. This is my first outing with Canon’s new 16-35mm f4L and I’ll have to say I like what I’m seeing so far!

Initial impressions:

  • Corners and edges seem improved over the 16-35mm 2.8L
  • Chromatic Aberration seems significantly improved
  • Image Stabilization seems decent although not dramatic in improving things. I shot down to 1/10 with fine results.

Overall the images seem impressive with edge to edge sharpness and corners as well. I’ll post a more thorough review here soon. Also for those questioning sunstars on this one, I tested a few test shots and they look very, very good. Of course they’re now 18 point instead of the 14 point sunstars the 16-35 2.8L produced.

Montana Capitol

Montana’s Capitol, Helena

Canon 1Dx  16-35 f4L IS  f16 1/60  ISO400 (handheld)


Canon 16-35mm f4L IS

Montana’s Capitol Building, Helena.

Canon 1DX 16-35mm f4L IS  f16 1″ ISO100

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