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Offline Doctor

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I have the 17-40L as well. A really good lens. Mine has been through thick and thin too, Last year at the ASP tarmac rally, it fell into a creek, its still sharp as a tack, and Last night at the rally, a tree fell onto it, not a scratch! Definitely a worthy lens to go on the 50d mate.
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I should mention that I also have a EF f1.8 50mm prime .....

I bought it yesterday - for low light scenarios, portraits etc.  Although some reviews say its not an excellent bokeh lens, I think the f1.8 is pretty cool.




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I bought it yesterday - for low light scenarios, portraits etc.  Although some reviews say its not an excellent bokeh lens, I think the f1.8 is pretty cool.

I bought the Nikon 50mm f1.4 not to long ago, amazing lens and great bokeh, will post some photos on wednesday



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I should mention that I also have a EF f1.8 50mm prime and EF f4 70-200 L lens, so I'd like a zoom lens which fills the gap below this zoom range.


24-70 L
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