The Practical Review, the no bull-s**t review, the I am not getting paid to do this review, I will say what I want review because it's my site review!
Just returned from Byron Bay Surf Festival where I was lucky enough to talk alongside photographers Ted Grambeau, Ming Nomcheng, Harley Ingleby, Joe Knight from OneOcean International and ocean explorer Josh Knox armed only with a Nikon DF and the 24-120mm lens supplied by Camera Electronic. I am not about to give you a technical spill on the equipment, there is well and truly enough of this data scattered all over the internet, this is all about the practical side, actually using the equipment in practise. The 24-120 range is something I wouldn't have even considered in the past with my major concern being the quality of the image so I was very surprised that I could not see any difference in quality between this lens and my trusty 24-70mm f/2.8 which was a relief because I only packed this combination for the trip, yep lazy is a very good word for it and I can run with that, light weight, flung over the shoulder, walked around for hours (forgetting the most part even to take shots, such a great event) and that fantastic range, close-ups, wide angle and pin sharp, great lens attached to an amazing camera (so good in low light). Cheers to everyone I met in Byron and had a great laugh with Nick and Tom Carroll, half way through your book and cheers for signing it - great read.