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    18-35 vs 16-35 — Crops at 28mm

Important details on the introduction page should be read prior to viewing these crops. Those details are not repeated here.

Note that here at 28mm, the 18-35 is labeled a f/4, but is really f/4.2, about 1/6 stop darker.

Center

This is where the lens was focused.

Wide open, the 18-35 is a bit low in contrast, with the 16-35 showing crisper results. This distinction remains at f/5.6, but equalizes by f/8.

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