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One Hundred Words: Canon 24-105mm STM & A Rock

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I’ve been lucky enough to get my hands on Canon’s new 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens for 2 weeks and decided to go take some shots near my house. I didn’t have much time to shoot tonight but I’ve been interested in how the lens handles low light situations. I found this big ol’ rock and the light from the street was bouncing nicely off it so I set up my tripod and set the camera to 20 seconds of exposure.

This was shot at 24mm and has miniscule amounts of vignetting as you can see. I didn’t edit this photo, I only processed it through the 70D’s in-camera RAW processing.

I’ll be putting the lens through it’s paces over the next fortnight so make sure you check back here often! If you have any questions or anything you want me to specifically test then get at me on twitter @pikalew, email lewis@dostuffandblog.com or comment below!

Check out Canon Australia for more info on the lens.


Camera:
Canon EOS 70D
Lens:
Canon EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
Tripod:
Manfrotto Compact Advanced

Focal Length:
24mm
Aperture:
3.5
ISO:
100
Shutter Speed
20 seconds

Editing:
None, processed RAW shot in camera.

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