The difference between a good high-performance camera and a bad one is the speed at which it can capture moments. The more I think about it, the more I’m convinced that the Canon EF lens is the best lens ever. We all have the ability to quickly capture the moment, and that’s the beauty of the digital age. I’m not saying that the Canon EF is the best lens, I’m just saying that it is one of the fastest.

I’m not saying that the Canon EF is the best lens, but it is damn close. Now, I’m not going to say that the Canon EF is the best lens because that would be silly. I’m not even saying that the Canon EF is the fastest lens, because that’s a ridiculous statement. I’m just being that guy who has the ability to quickly capture moments, and Im sure Im not the first person to believe the claim.

I think the Canon EF is the fastest lens out of the entire bunch because it comes from that era that Canon was built on. Its a lens that was made using the same type of technology that Nikon and Canon used to make their lenses. That time period ended in the 1970s, and Canon didn’t build a new lens until the 1990s. The Canon EF is the first lens that was made with the’same platform’ that the rest of the lenses in the system came from.

As far as I know, the Canon EF was the first lens made with the same imaging platform and sensor that all of the lenses in the Canon system came from. It was a very good lens too, and it still is a very good lens. But I don’t think it was the fastest. It was probably the fastest lens that was made in that time period, but I wouldn’t want to call it the fastest lens ever.

The Canon EF is considered by many to be the fastest lens of its time. That is not to say that it was the quickest lens ever, but it had one of the fastest zoom lenses of that time period. Of course, this is because it was a relatively new lens and its predecessor, the EF-S, was still in production and in very good shape. But it was not the fastest lens ever, and it was also not the most powerful lens ever.

It’s just a matter of perspective. We can say the Canon has the fastest lens ever because it was the fastest lens for it time, but we can also say that the Canon had the fastest lens of the century. I would argue a lot of that time period is the time when the Canon was the fastest lens of its time period.

In the early 1990’s, Canon was the fastest lens in the world, and it was also a very good lens. It was also the fastest lens of the moment. It is still the fastest lens of its time period, and it is still the fastest lens of the century. Nowadays, the Canon is more like the Nikon and the Sony in their ability to get the job done on a fast lens. Most people would argue that Canon is the fastest lens of all time.

That’s probably true. But it’s also true that the Canon was slow and it was a good lens and it still is a good lens. But it is also a very bad lens.

The Canon is a very good lens. It is the best lens, the best lens of its time. But it is also a very bad lens. To be honest, the Canon lens is the slowest lens of all time, the slowest lens of its time. That is not to say that the Canon lens is bad, but that it is just slow.

Speed is relative. If you want to get a fast lens, you have to get a fast lens. If you want to get a fast lens, you have to find a fast lens. The Canon lens is not an exception. If you want a fast lens, you have to find a fast lens.

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