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A Bit of Everything (EOS 6D Mark II, G7X II, EF 24-70mm f/4L, EF-S 35mm f/2.8 Macro, and more)

Above: Canon PowerShot G7X II Review – Still The Best Vlogging Camera? (Byte Review)


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Canon EF 24-70mm f/4L review by Photographic Central

Nothing is more satisfying than using a lens like this in real life. Practically speaking, handling is superb- the lens design will not frustrate you when relying on it counts the most. Image stabilization is very effective if you prefer to rely on it. If you don’t mind a constant f/4 aperture like me, you should try one out, but  just be prepared to part with your money. This lens has consistently put a smile on my face, before, during, and after the exposure process.

Canon EF-S 35mm f/2.8 Macro IS STM by LensRentals

Canon PowerShot SX620 HS Sample Images by Photography Blog

Rental Camera Gear Destroyed by the Solar Eclipse of 2017 (LensRentals)

Canon 6D Mark II Camera Review (Richard Bernabe)


This photographer took a dancer to Iceland to test out the Canon 6D Mark II (DIY Photography)


Review of the Canon C200 Cinema Camera (The Slanted Lens)


Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 Review (Photography Blog)

The new Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 is a versatile walk-around lens with a fast maximum aperture that consistently delivers great images. It’s very sharp throughout most of the zoom and aperture range, even at the edges of the frame, with sharpness only falling off a little shooting wide open at f/2.8. The new SP 24-70mm G2 also produces very nice bokeh effects thanks to the 9-blade iris diaphragm, although there’s some very obvious vignetting and some barrel distortion at 24mm, plus slight pincushioning at 70mm. Overall, though, there’s little to complain about in the image quality department.


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Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM Review (Photography Blog)

Despite the fact that the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 IS II USM lens is not an “L” series lens, it is still capable of producing excellent images.

Thanks to its relatively small size and light weight, it would make an ideal companion for photographers who want to have a long telephoto length in their bag, perhaps while travelling, or on shoots that involve a lot of walking.

It’s ideally suited to subjects such as wildlife and sport, but as it has a versatile focal length, you could also use it for other subjects such as portraits and still-life shots, making it a good all-round option that you could potentially get a lot of use out of.


Canon EOS 6D Mark II Review: Hands-on, What I love, What I don’t about the EOS 6D Mark II (PhotoRec TV)


Canon 6D Mk II Review (vs T7i/80D/a7R II/D810/5D Mk IV/GH5/EM1 II/XT2) – Tony & Chelsea Northrup


Canon EOS 6D Mark II | Dynamic Range Examination – Dustin Abbott


Canon 6D Mark II “Real World Review”: Does it SUCK? – Jared Polin

  • Gordon

    I had the G7xMk II and agree with all of his points. I would add that it is quite durable too. Took it fishing and hiking/camping and never once had an issue with it. I did sell it because well i don’t really vlog and my Samsung G8+ takes such great pics that i ended up not using it as much as i did at first when it came out. And i put that money towards upgrading to a 70-200 2.8L II. But the camera is a very nice little camera.

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