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So often when you see an event that makes a good photo opportunity, you see a host of off-white lenses.
I know that this light coating has practical purposes, but some seem to also regard it as a status symbol. After all, it is often an indication of an expensive lens. (Not always, though: I briefly owned a ridiculously cheap off-white long zoom lens, but it was so slow in focusing that I sold it.)
All my current lenses are black. Even the one and only Canon L lens I own (200mm 2.8 Mk I) is black. Do I appreciate them less because of it? No. In fact, I like them for not being so conspicuous.
I like all my lenses. All of them are black. Black is beautiful!
Just wanted you to know that.
P.S. See, Jas, I used "lenses"!