Canon EF 24-105mm F/4L IS USM VS Canon 28-135mm IS USM

Mark D. Segal compared both Canon EOS 24-105mm F/4 L IS USM with Canon EF 28-135mm IS USM and wrote:

“My findings and comparison of key specifications: Insignificant vignetting with either lens; The L lens has generally superior contrast; The L lens displays generally less chromatic aberration, but some exists in the same places where the 28~135 had more; At 105mm it is hard to see much difference in resolution even at 100% magnification; At 28mm and 50mm the differences of sharpness/resolution are obvious even at f8, which should be in the range of the “sweet spot” for both lenses; 24mm really expands the image area considerably compared with 28mm; at the telephoto end 105mm is enough for me, considering that I also have a 70~300mm; Maximum telephoto aperture of f/4 versus f/5.6 (twice the amount of light).”

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- Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Reviews, Sample Pictures & Specifications
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- Canon 28-135mm IS USM user reviews at Amazon


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