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    Heya!

    I was wondering if any of you guys out there had a hard time getting used to the push pull action of the canon 100-400 L lens? I am taking quite sometime to get used to it! normally with my previous turn action lens (tamron 28-300mm) , there was a high chance for me to get a full framed shot compared to this canon one!!! argh! [img]images/smiles/icon_mad.gif[/img]
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    Casper,

    I didn't have any problem at all adjusting, and to me the push/pull operation is actually much more user-friendly than the normal "twist" operation of a zoom.
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    • #3
      canon 100-400mm lens

      I prefer 'push - pull' over twist also. Then again, I have been using a 'push - pull' zoom for over twenty years.

      Jeff

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        canon 100-400mm lens

        Heya!

        Guess I need sometime to get used to then! [img]shake.gif[/img]
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        Calixius Casper K.

        Singapore's First Aviation Forum
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