Canon EFS 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS vs. EF 24-105mm f/4L IS


trau-nuoc

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Hi bros,
I wanna buy an all-in-one lens. I have read the reviews of both lens but if anyone have used both of them please help to have some comments and advice. Currently I got 50D with Tokina 12-24 f/4 DX, Canon 50mm f/1.4.
Thanks.
 

giantcanopy

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IQ wise, the 4x L zoom will be better than a 10x zoom. but the later has longer reach and flexibility for an all-in-one
if using by itself, the 24-105 might not be as wide on a crop sensor as the 18-200mm

ryan
 

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trau-nuoc

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Thank you ryan & kokfann.
Do you have any hint on the price and recommended shops that offer good price & services? I just move to work here.
Thanks again.
 

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Thank you ryan & kokfann.
Do you have any hint on the price and recommended shops that offer good price & services? I just move to work here.
Thanks again.
Just call the reputable shops.
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giantcanopy

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previously when i travel light, it would be an 18-200 and a 12-24mm as well

ryan
 

nathaniel

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for crop body, i personally would choose 18-200 for the wide angle & longer reach & consider 24-105 if eventually planning to move to full-frame... just that there'll be an inconvenience to switch to Tokina for wide angles. on the tele end, 105mm x 1.6 crop factor is more than what i need for most of my photos.
 

Jeff Heng

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Get 24-105 F4L is better in IQ and bulit and L's retains re-sell value maybe you will upgrade FF in future...
 

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