Kind of a random quiet place to grab an opinion, but curious if anyone here has experience with the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM?
I'm looking for a relatively fast zoom lens that hits 300mm (at least). Less concerned about size and weight, more about autofocus speed and general speed (I tend to shoot in a lot of lower light environments). The 70-300 is relatively new, so I'm curious how it might compare to a 100-400 IS II (which I'd prefer, but is out of the price range @ $1800).
The only other lens I'm considering is the new Tamron 150-600 G2; totally different lens, but I'd love to move past 300mm and still be able to capture down to 150. My biggest concern is reliability over time, and there are a lot of comments about even the newer G2 being pretty slow with it's autofocus. Not going to work for moving wildlife.
Anyone? Didn't there use to be a camera section?