|Quoting NicolasRubio (Reply 2):|
Hi. What would give you the best quality? A Canon 100-400mm L IS USM lens or a combination of a Canon 70-200mm f2,8 L IS USM lens with a 2x Canon convertor?
|Quoting Cvervais (Reply 4):|
On a full frame body the 100-400 has some moderate vignetting at 400mm. If you're using a crop body it's much less noticeable.
|Quoting Cvervais (Reply 6):|
The Canon RAW suite or Photoshop?
|Quoting Astro777lover (Reply 3):|
I would personally go with 70-200/2.8 L IS USM. All up to you and what/where your shooting.
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