Battle of the Canon 35's | 35mm f2.8 Macro, f2 and f1.4


Photographer David Flores puts 3 of Canon’s 35mm lenses through their paces. The f/2.8 macro, f/2 and f/1.4 models are all versatile in their own way. But, each has its own strength compared to the rest of the line. Watch the video to find out more!

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  1. Thanks for showing a few examples of the distance between yourself and the subjects you are photographing… so essential for a beginner like me to know, and yet you're the first person on Youtube I've seen doing this..

  2. I own both 35mm 2.0 and 35mm 2.8 Macro. Both are great lenses but you have to adjust to them, not the other way around. I'd trade them both for the 35mm 1.4. 35mm at heart is an editorial lens and the 1.4 is where you'd get the most range for those timeless editorial shots in the streets.

  3. the sharpest one is the 35/1.4 L II but 3D Rendition of the 35 L classic is better due to 11 elements (lower element count) … versus 15 in the Mark II L ……. 35/2 IS suffers from back focus issues i have heard

  4. This is fantastic- great coverage and in depth analysis. They fare well in street photography I see


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