The EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM is a very very wide lens with a 114˚ field of view. It is the widest of Canon's L glass and controls distortion well for such a wide lens.
The image quality is as good as you would expect from a Canon L series lens.
One of the best wide angle lenses ever made. This lens is almost as sharp as a prime lens throughout it's zoom range.
The mark 2, released in 2012, includes a number of nice tweaks and improvements on the mark 1, further improving the optical quality.
For use on cameras such as the Canon C300 and Canon 5D Mk II the shots produced are outstanding.
The 24-105 Canon F4 IS lens is a fantastic standard zoom lens. It is wide enough for most cicumstances, and gives a much longer reach than the very well respected 24-70.
The addition of image stabilisation gives many advantasges, including a huge rise in image quality from DSLR, such as the Canon 5D Mk II and Canon 7D.
Phillip Bloom has stated this is one of his favourite lenses. It is lighter and shorter than the 24-70, and on a crop factor lens has a similar image quality.
Even though F4 is slower than a standard F2.8, the background blur achievable at 105mm at F4 is almost the same as 70mm at F2.8. The low light performance of modern cameras such as the C300 is so good that F2.8 is often unnecessary and in many circumstances gives you an unusable depth of field.
We use this lens and the 24-70 and have found strengths and weaknesses to both lenses.
Popular among Photographers and Cameramen alike, Canons 24mm prime is Ultra fast (1.4) and ultra cool.
A wide 84" Angle of view means that this is a perfect lens for your wide shots.
Works brilliantly along side the Canon 50mm 1.2 and the 85m 1.2
The 35mm is a standard for both photographers and cameramen. It is is Ultra fast (f1.4) and creates ultra cool images.
Works brilliantly along side the Canon 50mm 1.2 and the 85m 1.2 or and of the L series lenses.
The Mark 3 Canon 1.4 EF Extender is a huge improvement on the Mark 2. Fits between the lens and EF Mount to give you 1.4x range on your existing EF lens (turning a 200mm into 280mm). Specially designed to work in conjunction with EOS L-series lenses.