Close nav

Canon EF 16-35mm F/2.8 L II USM Weather-Sealed Professional Lens

Ad Description

The wide angle zoom lens for professionals.
Made in Japan. Lens with two caps.
S/n: last photo.
Fully tested in very good working condition. 100% workable.
Cosmetically, it has a lot of traces and scratches on body that don't affect quality of photos.
EMS 50 baht, Cash on Delivery Available (COD เก็บเงินปลายทางได้)
or meeting in North Pattaya.
More photos and questions via Line ID: gnnick

https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/products/details/lenses/ef/ultra-wide-zoom/ef-16-35mm-f-2-8l-ii-usm

The EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM is a high performance, water-resistant, and ultra wide-angle Canon L-series lens. It has been specifically designed for improved edge-to-edge image quality that will meet the strict requirements of professional and high-end amateur photographers. It features 3 high-precision aspherical lens elements, each of a different type: ground, replica and GMo for even better image quality than the original EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM. The circular aperture produces a beautiful and natural background blur when shooting at wider apertures. Other features include internal focusing, a ring type USM (Ultra Sonic Motor), and new AF algorithms for fast and quiet autofocusing.

Focal length: 16-35mm
Maximum aperture: f/2.8
Lens construction: 16 elements in 12 groups
Diagonal angle of view: 108 degrees (at 10 feet) to 63 degrees
Focus adjustment: AF with full-time manual
Closest focusing distance: 0.92 feet
Filter size: 82mm, P=0.75mm/1 filter
Dimensions: 3.5 inches in diameter, 4.4 inches long
Weight: 1.41 pounds
The Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lens is what I consider one of the most important lenses in Canon's lineup. Taking over the ultra-wide angle position of the available professional grade f/2.8 zoom lenses from the Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM Lens, the 16-35 L II becomes the new standard for professional and serious amateur photographers alike.

I mentioned "professional grade" - This is a very high quality, solidly-constructed lens worthy of its L Series designation. The Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Lens measures 3.5" x 4.4" (88.5mm x 111.6mm) and weighs 1.4 lb (640g). This is a very nice size and weight for comfortable, sure handling - the build quality makes it a joy to use.
Similar ads
Nikon 1 J3 Digital Camera Black Body ตัวกล้อง

Nikon 1 J3 Digital Camera Black Body ตัวกล้อง

  • 29 Jul 2021 : 23:45 pm

Fully tested in excellent working condition.  Camera comes with: Nikon 1 Strap, Power charger, battery, Strap rings, body cap. EMS 50 baht, Cash on Delivery Available (COD เก็บเงินปลายทางได้) or meeting in North Pattaya. More photos and questions via Line ID: gnnick http://www.nikon.co.th/th_TH/product/discontinued/mirrorless-cameras/nikon-1-j3 Ignite your creativity with some of the most stunning images you've ever shot. The 14.2-megapixel Nikon 1 J3 brings your vision to life as exceptional photos, HD videos and Motion Snapshots that will have you capturing more moments than ever. Beautifully designed, remarkably simple and faster than any camera you've ever experienced, the Nikon 1 J3 will become the centerpiece of your creative expression and an endless source of inspiration. The first thing you'll notice about your Nikon 1 J3 is its extraordinary speed. The LCD display has absolutely no lag. That means you can frame shots faster, pan faster, zoom faster—do everything faster. The Hybrid AF System is the fastest in the world*, so your images will be crystal clear, whether you're shooting a soaring bird or a fidgety child. The shutter fires at a blazing speed—up to 15 shots per second continuously—so you can freeze even the fastest moving subjects. *Among digital cameras with interchangeable lenses available as of December 20, 2012; based on Nikon research. The best moments are made (and missed) in an instant. But imagine being able to slow down an important moment—to see live action in slow motion. With the Nikon 1 J3 camera's amazing Slow View mode, that's exactly what happens. Slow down what you're seeing on the LCD, then select the shot you want. Combine that with Smart Photo Selector, which fires 20 shots with a single shutter press and selects the best five for you, and you've got every advantage for catching those once-in-a-lifetime moments. Your creativity isn't limited to still photos with the Nikon 1 J3. A single press of a button and you'll be recording in dazzling Full HD 1080p video with stereo sound. See something that would make a great still image while you're recording? Simultaneously shoot full-resolution photos without missing a beat. Get the best of both worlds. Your friends and family will love seeing your creations, and with the NIkon 1 J3, you'll never have to wait to share them. Add Nikon's WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter (sold separately), and instantly transfer your photos, videos or Motion Snapshots to your smartphone, tablet or compatible Wi-Fi enabled device±. Then share them as usual—by email, text message or by uploading them to your favorite photo-sharing website. It couldn't be easier! Now your Nikon 1 J3 can really go everywhere—even down to 130 feet (40 meters) underwater! Compatible with the Nikon 1 J3 and the 10-30mm VR lens, the WP-N2 waterproof housing lets you keep taking photos and videos whether you're above the sea or below. The lightweight and sleek WP-N2 waterproof housing maintains your access to key camera controls and buttons, giving you the same creative control you enjoy—on land or underwater. Relive your nautical adventures with the brilliant photos and HD videos only Nikon 1 can achieve. Capture the essence of a moment like never before with Motion Snapshot, a unique blend of motion, stills and sound that can be shared as .MOV movie files or arranged into an exciting slideshow. Add artistic flare with the camera's Creative Mode—shoot in black & white, highlight a single color in an image, create expansive panoramas and more. You can even preview your shots before you take them with the Live Image Controls. Like all Nikon cameras, the Nikon 1 J3 performs brilliantly in low light. High ISO sensitivity (up to 6400) lets you shoot without a flash at weddings, concerts, parties—places that usually require extra illumination. Your photos will be true to your memory of the moment; and in extremely dim situations, the pop-up flash automatically lights a great shot.

Fuji Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD Digital Black Camera  (28-504mm), EVF

Fuji Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD Digital Black Camera (28-504mm), EVF

  • 29 Jul 2021 : 00:34 am

Excellent condition camera with Fujifilm lens cap and Fuji strap. S/n: last photo. Perfectly working order! EMS 50 baht, Cash on Delivery Available (COD เก็บเงินปลายทางได้) or meeting in North Pattaya. More photos and questions via Line ID: gnnick About this item 12.2 MegaPixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 18 x 24-inch prints 18x Optical Zoom; Wide-Angle Lens 3 inch LCD screen; Dual Image Stabilization Panorama Mode * SR AUTO & Face Detection HD compatible * Capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included) Introduction The Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD is a new super-zoom digital compact camera that looks and feels like a DSLR. Featuring an 18x zoom lens with a 28-504mm focal range, 12 megapixels and a 3 inch LCD screen, the Fujifilm S2500HD offers full manual photographic control for the more experienced user and an Automatic Scene Recognition mode for beginners. For movie makers the S2500HD has the must-have feature of 2010, high-definition 720p video recording at 30fps, with a mini HDMI Port for quick and easy connection to a HDTV. Dual Image Stabilization, an electronic viewfinder, ISO 64 up to ISO 1600 at full resolution, high-speed shooting of up to 20 frames at 8 fps (at 3 megapixels), Tracking Auto Focus and Panorama Shooting mode complete the S2500HD's main specifications. With a competitive price tag of £219 / $249.95, the Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD is one of the cheapest super-zooms available. Ease of Use The Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD bears a striking resemblance to its predecessor, the S1500 model. This is a bridge or 'super zoom' camera that, despite resembling a digital SLR that's been shrunk in the wash, shouldn't scare off those more used to operating pocket-sized point and shoots - which happens to be exactly the main audience that Fujifilm are targeting. The cost is likewise unthreatening, which at a suggested asking price of an affordable £219 / $249.95 is less than both more fashion-orientated snapshot models and competing super-zoom rivals. Size and pricing aside, this 12-megapixel camera is as much about user friendliness as creative flexibility. For those with kids or subjects that don't stay put its auto focus tracking ability will doubtless come in handy, as will its most prominent feature, the immensely versatile 18x optical zoom, which has been both widened and lengthened in comparison to the S1500's mere 12x lens. Given the enormous lens reach of 504mm, image stabilisation is included, here the 'belt and braces' arrangement of CCD shift anti shake plus high ISO speed (up to ISO 6400, albeit with a drop to 3 megapixels if straying above ISO 1600). In practice therefore with the Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD it's mostly a case of a half press of the shutter release button and the camera does the rest, particularly with Fujifilm here including an 'auto everything' scene recognition (SR) auto mode. Although far from infallible - if you're not paying close attention and it's presented with a busy scene it'll call up landscape when macro is needed and vice versa - it adds to the beginner friendly feel. And, if there's not time to set the photograph up manually, with a single button press an instant zoom feature crops in closer (using either 1.4x or 2.0x digital zoom), providing either a landscape or portrait format image. Also worth a mention up front is the S2500HD's high speed-capture capability - up to 20 pictures sequentially at 8 frames per second - albeit with, as perhaps expected, resolution dropping to three megapixels to achieve its headline-grabbing numbers. A compromise would be 10 sequential photographs at 3.3fps at a reduced resolution of 6 megapixels - at least that way a level of quality might be achieved that you would actually want to produce a print from. As its name suggests, the S2500HD introduces high-definition video for the first time to the Fujifilm S-series, capturing 1280 x 720 pixel footage at 30fps with mono sound, full use of the 18x zoom and a maximum recording time of 15 minutes per clip. Alternatively there are also 640 x 480 pixels and 320 x 240 pixels modes, also at 30 fps. As with all other cameras with HDMI ports, there's no HDMI cable included in the box. You could use Fujifilm’s optional HD Player Kit instead, which includes an HD card reader that connects the camera to your HDTV, and even a wireless remote control. Given its beginner market the Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD's buttons and controls are for the most part large, particularly the familiar mode dial on top. They're also sufficiently self-explanatory that the manual - a full version here on CD only - doesn't need to be digested before you're up and shooting. As for the remainder of the box contents, you'll need to supply your own SD, SDHC or SDHX card for image storage, though thankfully the four AA batteries required for power are included. The front of the S2500HD looks much the same as any bridge model; that's to say it's dominated by the lens barrel, the tip of which extends 1.5cms past the grip when the camera is inactive, and then extends by a further 3cms when zoomed to full telephoto. Above the lens sits the forward sloping ridge housing the integral pop-up flash. A dedicated button for activating this spring-loaded mechanism sits to its right, three pin prick-sized holes for the built-in microphone just below. Over at the other side of the lens is a portal housing the AF assist light, to the left of which is the comfortably moulded grip, with some leather-effect padding to help prevent your fingers slipping. For anyone with average sized hands there's just enough room to squeeze three fingers around the grip, leaving your forefinger automatically hovering over the shutter release button situated at the front of its slope, and your thumb pressed against the slightly indented pad at the rear. While you certainly wouldn't want the grip to be any smaller, it feels just about right given the overall size of the camera. The Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD's L-shaped top plate looks at once familiar and approachable, the largest control being a ridged mode wheel featuring 10 settings. Starting with full auto mode and moving clockwise we come to one of the camera's main selling points, the aforementioned SR (Scene Recognition) auto, and, continuing in the same direction next alight on SP (Scene Position). This mode features standard pre-optimised settings for 15 familiar scenes and subjects, accessed by pressing the 'menu' button at the camera's rear, and includes portraits, landscapes, sunsets, fireworks plus a natural light and museum mode amongst its selection. Continuing clockwise around the dial we come to another of the Fujifilm's user-friendly features, its panorama mode, which allows the user to shoot a sequence of three images that the S2500HD automatically stitches together in-camera - no additional software or technical skills required. A narrow portion of the previous frame is displayed as the user pans from left to right taking shots, so you can line up the joins with a reasonable level of accuracy. Though not essential, it's another fun extra that should appeal to the family target market, and will surely come into its own as an aide memoir for holiday vistas. After a little practice, surprisingly successful results can be achieved, although the overall resolution of the resulting picture is limited to 4880x1296 pixels. Next around the dial is a setting for the already mentioned video capture - note that there's no one-touch video-record button on this camera. What's more of a surprise is that with a successive turn of the dial we come to a user-attributable custom setting, a feature more commonly found on a DSLR proper. Compounding the indication that the S2500HD perhaps has something to offer the photo enthusiast after all, there follows the creative quartet of manual, aperture priority, shutter priority and program modes, allowing full access to manually selectable ISO speeds, quality settings and of course colour effects. And, with a further twist, we're back to full auto again. Alongside the shooting mode dial is a larger than average on/off slider, partly recessed into the bodywork to prevent accidental activation. Slide this to the right and the S2500HD powers up in just over a second - pretty quick for this class of camera - the rear LCD displaying a Fujifilm logo initially before blossoming into life. There's also the option of an electronic viewfinder for shot composition - more on which later. Forward of this slider are a pair of raised, identically sized buttons. To the left is a dedicated control for activating face detection which biases the focus and exposure toward any faces in the frame. Press it once to couple this with automatic red eye removal (if using flash obviously), or again to shoot without the red eye removal option. Joining face detection are blink detection, which warns you if any of your subjects have blinked, and Smile Detection, which automatically takes the picture when your subject bares their pearly whites. The button to the right is for accessing the various burst mode settings, as mentioned above. This replaces the S1500's Image Stabilisation button, which is now found in the main menu system. Like every other such system in existence, the one employed by the Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD isn't infallible - it's tricky, if not impossible, to get a perfectly sharp image when shooting handheld at maximum telephoto even in seemingly ideal light conditions. But, given the focal range, its inclusion here is a must. Forward again of these buttons is the shutter release button, surrounded by a lever for operating the zoom. Happily the former has a definite halfway point so that a premature capture is avoided, the camera giving an affirmative 'beep' when focus and exposure have been determined and the AF point highlighted in green dancing around the screen if either your camera or subject is moving. With a nudge of the zoom lever, the camera takes just under four seconds to move through the range from maximum wideangle to telephoto. Full resolution JPEG images are saved almost instantaneously when shooting in single shot mode, so no complaints there. At the rear of the S2500HD we find the rest of the operational controls. Like the top plate, these are well laid out and their functions ably illustrated. Starting top right of the 3-inch, 230k-dot LCD screen, there's an EVF/LCD button for alternating between the two features, although, with the larger screen literally staring you in the face when you pick the camera up, it's hard to see the S2500HD's target audience bothering to squint to use the EVF situated above. Directly below this button there's an identically sized one for playback, and, to its right, one for Fujifilm's 'F' (for 'Foto') mode. As with the rest of the manufacturer's compact range, one press of this provides access to an abbreviated menu containing just the essentials: resolution and compression level, ISO setting and, arguably less essential, three different colour effects. Immediately below this again we have a four-way control pad/jog dial with a familiar menu/OK (set) button at its centre. Placed at the four points are icons for deleting images and setting the monitor brightness, selecting flash modes (auto/slow synchro/forced flash), the aforementioned image-cropping 'instant zoom' feature which presents a choice of two successive landscape ratio crops and two portrait ones, plus macro and super macro settings. Press the Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD's central 'menu' button in anything but auto mode and you're presented with two clearly read screens of shooting options when in capture mode or review mode (if shooting using one of the auto settings, options are abbreviated to turning self timer or high speed shooting on or off, plus access to the set up menu). The set up menu itself is divided into three folders allowing the adjustment of operational volumes, screen brightness, and the ability to format the inserted memory card or internal memory. Thankfully here Fujifilm has indeed gone with the more widely available SD than retaining historical loyalty to the now outgunned (in terms of available capacity) xD-Picture Card, a slot for which is provided at the base of the camera where it's shared with the four regular AAs required for power. This means that if you're shooting with the camera on a tripod, you have to first remove the camera to remove the card, which is a bit of a pain but far from uncommon. Located beneath this central four-way pad is a final pairing of buttons. On the left we have the self-explanatory 'Display/Back'. Pressing this turns off the visible icons on screen and/or calls up a nine zone compositional grid when in capture mode, or, as it sounds, jumps back a step if you are poised to delete an image in playback mode but think better of it. The final button to the right is for exposure compensation. Press this in any of the auto modes and a live histogram displaying the areas of brightness across the image is revealed. Press it again in any of the creative modes and the user not only gets a histogram but an adjustable exposure slider too, plus the ability to change the aperture and/or shutter speed, depending on which mode you're using. The right hand flank of the S2500HD (when viewed from the back) features a plastic flap covering a combined AV out and USB port, above which is an eyelet for attaching the provided shoulder strap. On the left hand flank there's another eyelet at the top plus a built-in speaker near the base. The base of the Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD meanwhile features a plastic screw thread for a tripod next to the large compartment housing the memory card and batteries. Image Quality All of the sample images in this Review were taken using the 12 megapixe Finel JPEG setting, which gives an average image size of around 5.5Mb. The Fujifilm FinePix S2500HD produced images of good quality during the review period. This camera handled noise very well, not becoming obvious until the relatively slow speed of ISO 800 and then becoming progressively worse at the faster setting of ISO 1600. The fastest setting of ISO 3200 and 6400 are recorded at 3 megapixels and therefore aren't really worth using. Chromatic aberrations were well controlled, with limited purple fringing effects appearing only in high contrast situations. The 12 megapixel images were sharp enough straight out of the camera at the default sharpen setting and don't require further sharpening in an application like Adobe Photoshop. Macro performance is excellent, allowing you to focus as close as 2cms away from the subject when the lens is set to wide-angle. Barrel distortion is clearly evident at the 28mm focal length. The built-in flash worked quite well indoors, with just a little red-eye and adequate overall exposure, although there is noticeable vignetting at 28mm. The anti-shake system works well when hand-holding the camera in low-light conditions or when using the telephoto end of the zoom range. The maximum shutter speed of 8 seconds is a little disappointing but just allows the camera to capture enough light for most after-dark situations. The Panorama mode makes it fairly simple to take wide-vista shots, although the resolution is limited to 4880x1296 pixels.  More:  https://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/fujifilm_finepix_s2500hd_review

Fujifilm Fuji X-E3 24.3MP 4K, Wi-Fi Bluetooth Camera Black Silver

Fujifilm Fuji X-E3 24.3MP 4K, Wi-Fi Bluetooth Camera Black Silver

  • 22 Aug 2021 : 01:36 am

Perfectly working order! Black Silver body with accessories. This includes the following items: Camera, body cap, power charger, battery, Strap rings, strap. S/n: last photo. Color : Black / Silver Display Language : Language settings can be selected, including English and Thai. EMS 50 baht, Cash on Delivery Available (COD เก็บเงินปลายทางได้) or meeting in North Pattaya. More photos and questions via Line ID: gnnick https://fujifilm-x.com/global/products/cameras/x-e3/ ตัวกล้องของ Fujifilm X-E3 มีขนาดเล็กลงโดยประมาณ 8 มม. มีการปรับปรุง grip เล็กน้อย ทำให้กล้องเรียบหรูและจับถนัดมือขึ้นกว่าเดิม เพิ่มความสะดวกเวลาถือถ่ายภาพ ปุ่ม Dial ต่าง ๆ ถูกย้ายตำแหน่งจากด้านซ้ายของหน้าจอ มาอยู่ที่ด้านบนของหน้าจอ และเพิ่มจอยสติ๊กแทนที่ปุ่มควบคุมสี่ทิศทางแบบเก่า และเพิ่ม Dial ‘Q’ หรือฟังก์ชั่นที่ใช้บ่อย เพื่อความสะดวกในการใช้งาน มีวงแหวน Dial ทั้งด้านหน้าและด้านหลังของกล้อง เพื่อตั้งค่าการถ่ายภาพได้อย่างรวดเร็ว Fujifilm X-E3 กล้อง APS-C มาพร้อมเซ็นเซอร์ X-Trans CMOS III ความละเอียด 24.3 ล้านพิกเซล ให้ประสิทธิภาพของภาพถ่ายและวิดีโอที่มีคุณภาพสูง ส่วนชิปประมวลภาพถูกพัฒนาให้เร็วขึ้น 4 เท่า เป็นตัวเดียวกับที่ใช้ในกล้องรุ่นท็อปๆ อย่าง X-T2 ทำให้หน่วยความจำบัฟเฟอร์เพิ่มขึ้น นอกจากนี้ยังช่วยเพิ่มประสิทธิภาพการทำงานของกล้องให้ดีเยี่ยม โดยรวมใช้เวลาในการถ่ายภาพสั้นลง และเพิ่มจำนวนเฟรมภาพในโหมดถ่ายภาพต่อเนื่อง Firmware Ver.1.20 Complimentary upgrades will provide support for “FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO”, support for backup/restore of camera settings via FUJIFILM X Acquire, and additional compatibility of XC-15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens and more. ถ่ายวิดีโอ 4K ได้สูดสุดที่ความละเอียด 3840x2160 พิกเซล 4K (UHD) ได้ใน 30, 25, 24 and 23.97 เฟรม และยังมีการจัดการ noise สูงสุดถึง ISO 12800 เชื่อมต่อด้วย Wi-Fi และ Bluetooth สามารถควบคุมกล้องผ่านสมาร์ตโฟน Real Time EVF & Touchscreen LCD The LCD monitor, on the back of the camera, uses a static touchscreen panel which supports the conventional “Touch Shot”, “Touch AF” and “Focus Area Selection” capabilities. An all-new “Touch Function” feature will be available on the FUJIFILM X-E3, which enables gesture control like flick and pinch zoom, to further enhance touchscreen operation.