35L II on a Crop = Awesome
© 2016 Thousand Word Images by Dustin Abbott
One nice thing about a good 35mm lens is that when placed on a crop sensor (APS-C) body it becomes a nice 50mm(ish) lens. In this case, the Canon crop = 56mm equivalent. I didn’t use the combination extensively, but I love the results that I got…particularly from the excellent sensor on the EOS M3. Great resolution on the subject (you should see this big!), and gorgeous bokeh. I take a close look at the experience in this brief, 5 minute video:
My love affair with beech leaves continues. All other leaves are down, but the beech kindly provides little splashes of color for me to shoot in the winter.
Canon EOS M3 Mirrorless Body
Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L II USM Lens
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