It was good as far as it went and I am exactly at this point - my kit lens is an EF-S 17-85 and I have been looking at either the EF 24-70/2.8L or the EF 24-105/4L IS.
What I can't figure is which is more important - the f2.8 vs the f4 with IS.
The kit lens has IS and I've come to rely on it (maybe too much) and am wondering what an f2.8 would do without IS. Or does the additional stop (f2.8) make up for not having IS in being able to use a slower shutter.
What I do know is that it will be nice to have a lens that maintains its f-stop throughout the full zoom range.
See why I'm confused.
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