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Once again I reach out my friends on EPZ for advice. My quandary is simple, having recently replaced my trusty Sigma 70-300 with the beast that is the Canon 70-200 2.8 IS L11. It has left me short at the long end for my wildlife pictures (birds, deer, etc). I am undecided between the above lenses and wondered what experience anyone had with them.
Lighter and smaller
77mm filter thread (same as Canon)
I used to find the 300 was too short, will the extra 100mm make that much difference?
Longer reach, less overlap.
I will be shooting with a 60D
Thanks for your help.
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Hi, I bought the 100-400 canon, love it. I have the 60d as well. Bought from ebay and saved quite a bit. This was at Martin Mere in Lancashire on the first trip out with it, so I am improving all the time with it
Or add a Ef 2x mk111
don't think the 2x will be a lot of cop but the 1.4 will give great results
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