Canon recently released a long awaited Mark II version of their legendary 100-400mm lens, that was loved by many until the resolution of our cameras out-grew it. Today we're going to take a look at this new lens, to see if it was worth the wait. As the megapixels of the images that our cameras record increases, the demand on our lenses to resolve light down to a finer point of light increases too. Without sharp lenses, high resolution cameras can't maximise the benefit of having more megapixels, and this is what happened with the original version of Canon's 100-400mm...
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