Canon Lens 16-35mm Rental Trivandrum Kerala

Canon Lens 16-35mm Rental
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The Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM Lens is a great option for the wide work at a wedding and for other photojournalism needs. While the f/4 aperture is not as adept at stopping action in low light as the f/2.8 counterpart, IS has great value in these venues. Consider allowing subject movement to show action in some of your venue photos. A flash as a main light (or when using second curtain sync) may also be able to counter low light issues at some events. Similar additional uses for this lens include indoor events such as stage work and brightly-lit parties.


Architecture and real estate photography often have large subjects needing wide angle lenses and the 16-35 L IS is be a great option for these captures. Going underwater? The 16-35mm focal length is a great choice for down there, allowing framing of your subject from a close distance, minimizing the image degradation caused by water clarity issues. Use this lens for shooting in a vehicle, inside of a large product ... let your imagination go wild.

If your needs dictate wider angles of view, the Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM Lens could make a good primary general purpose lens for you – especially if using a 1.6x/FOVCF body where this lens provides a 25.6-56mm full frame angle of view equivalent. I more-typically use a longer focal length zoom for general purpose use.

A great option is to combine this lens with the Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM Lens or Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM Lens for an incredible pro-grade, lightweight kit for many needs. Drop a small 50mm lens in your bag if you are concerned about the 35-70mm focal length gap.


Landscape photography, as I mentioned from the start of this review, is where my primary interest for this lens lies. This lens deserves to be in all full frame format landscape kits and the two combinations just mentioned are likely going to be very frequently found in my outdoor adventure packs.


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