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Here is a place to post Thambar 90 pictures taken with a SL2 :) 

I have nothing to post of that kind, right now. However, I am on the list go get one of the new bodys in near future.

 

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Right, so here is the first entry :)

What can I say? IBIS is a plus and I can imagine low light portrait situations where this is will proof beneficial. However, the wider open you go, the less sharpness and slight motion blur is an issue with this lens. 47 MP is a welcome feature :)

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