Canon 70-200mm f2.8 test shots on a 7D. Tested over all image rendering, sharpness, focus breathing and bokeh.
The entire sequence was shot in: H2.64, 1080p at 25fps ,1/50th, ISO 160 (Native ISO on 7D). Technicolor;s scene style was also used to flatten the image and increase dynamic range. Editing and basic color grading was done Adobe AE. Vimeo compressed the clip to 720p.
Over all the lens is a pleasure to work with as it has a longer focus throw compared to most still photography lenses. Stopped down by 1 stop the lens is pin sharp from corner to corner and renders a beautiful bokeh without any color fringing. No vignetting on cropped sensors and is barely noticeable full frame.
Overall a suburb lens for still and motion photography.
Let me know what your thoughts are. Did any with of you try ML Raw on the 7D. I am really looking forward to seeing some uncompressed footage from the 7D/5D. Big thanks to the guys at Magic Lantern - Keep up the good work!