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Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM AutoFocus Wide Angle Telephoto Zoom Lens - U.S.A. Warranty

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Canon EF 25-105 mm was worth the wait.


 -  Hobbyist

I am extremely happy with my purchase of this lens. Not withstanding the lens was on back order from October 31st when I ordered it. It works well after dark and in low light situations. It is now my everyday lens which I do not remove from my camera (Canon 70D). The clarity is great.


A great choice for an everyday lens.


 -  Semi-Pro

Very happy with this lens. Very fast. Sharp.


Good Lens


 -  Professional

I've read a lot of reviews about the older version of this lens, the EF 22-105mm BEFORE the ii version came out. This is a significant improvement. The quality is excellent, although not perfect in all situations, and I've noticed it lets in a lot more light than my non-L series Canon lens I was using. I'm both a professional news photographer and landscape/travel photographer. For news photography, which has constant changes in the environment from minute to minute, I was pleased with the ability to go to a lower ISO for indoor situations. My 18-200mm Canon was awful in low-light... this 24-105mm IS ii USM lens has much less noise, making my job much easier. There are some chromatic aberrations but only in rare situations. Overall I'm very excited about this lens and the use I will get out of it. I do the daily news grind but am going to NZ in a few months and this lens will be my go-to lens. I also have a 70-200mm IS ii f/2 lens which is amazing, but I cannot use it in normal situations. The 24-105mm is also sturdy but not too heavy. Two thumbs up!


New Canon EF 24-105 wide angle lens.


 -  Hobbyist

Love it-had the first version of this lens, this is even better. Most versatile lens I use.


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Shopper  Will this len work on a Canon Rebel t3i?
CHRIS B  It will work, but it will turn into a 38.4 to168, due to the 1.6 crop factor of your Rebel. As Dave said, it's good if you like that focal length and are planning on moving up to full frame, but better to buy the lens then as part of a kit. Then you can sell your Rebel with whatever lens you buy now instead, or keep it as a backup.
DAVE J  The short answer is "Yes," this lens will work great with a T3i but I wouldn't advise it. If a 5D or 6D is in your future you will save some money by buying this as a kit lens with one of those cameras. Buying this lens specifically to use with a T3i is a bit of overkill. When I shot a T3i I used a Sigma 18-200 (available in 18-250) and made some great photos. The Sigma lens (also available in Tokina, Tamron, etc) will give you a lot more range, a good deal of weight savings, and a good deal of monetary savings as well. I fully support the notion of buying the best glass you can afford but only if you think you'll be moving to a full frame camera down the road and as I already mentioned you'll be able to buy the 24-105 for less if you buy it as a kit lens.
Kimberly O  The T3i is an APS-c sensor camera, which will take both Canon EF and EF-s lenses. This is an EF lens, so the answer is yes, and this lens will be able to grow with you if you eventually move into a full frame sensor, such as the 6D and 5D series cameras, plus everything in between.
B. H  Better wait for an expert answer, but my understanding is full-frame lenses (which this is) work on full frame camera bodies and the "non-full-frame" DSLRs, called "crop-sensor" camera bodies. but not the reverse--"crop sensor" lenses (Canon AF-S) CANNOT be used on full-frame cameras.
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