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Cons: only serves to cameras with aps-c sensor, could be firmer in the front segment (fluctuates a bit when in 55mm)
Opinion: this is my lens of choice for travel photos, portraits, nocturnal, architecture, for any service. Mounted on my Canon EOS 50D produces a set of very high quality and performance. The only thing it lacks to be an L series lens is the red stripe, but also did not make sense to Canon to produce an EF-s series lens as a L series. In all the features it provides the lens-end to users of sensor APS-C.
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Pros:Sharpness, brightness, IS, AF, full time manual focus,
Cons:Price, not including lens hood, vignetting, weight
Opinion:Outstanding optical quality, already at full aperture is very clear, and diaframmando become razor sharp even at the edges, the autofocus is impeccable and extremely quiet, the build quality is not great, but it's well-made plastic, decent but not outstanding resistance to flare. On balance it is one of the best lenses specific for APS-C, perhaps the only Sigma 18-35 is superior, but pays the reduced focal range. Compared to my "old" Tamron 17-50 are on another planet has the Tamron AF of a tractor (both in terms of slowness that noise) the Tamron 2.8 is just enough over the edge and you diaframmarlo f4 to have edges decent. The price is a little high in relation to the fact that you do not give it bag it hood and the weight is not from dragonfly! But for the rest it is to be recommended as an upgrade to the sigma / Tamron 17-50!
Opinion:A little 'sharper the Tamron 17 50 LESS smooth and clear of canon 105. 24 The same goes for the AF. I would not recommend. Costa troppo.Piuttosto'd take the Tamron 50 and a 1.4 if you do portraits or Samyang 14 for landscapes. It pays to spend three times more for a hair more sharpness? I say NO, but everyone has different needs.
Pros:Spectacular sharpness even at TA, Defocused, f2.8 fixed stabilizer 3 stop, colors faithful Also great for portraits, USM Autofocus, Practically a series L for aps-c.
Cons:Because I have not bought before? ... For the size and the price, but when you use it forget it !!
Opinion:I was going to sell my 600D instead Last Saturday I gave her another chance by purchasing this lens and BOOM !!!. The SLR has taken life and I finally understood what it means to own this lente.Non I have never had to open a RAW, change it and then realize that the file is virtually already so beautiful !!. Maybe I have been lucky but with albeit EXCELLENT 15-85 who had previously not what happened !!. The portraits I did yesterday closed at a restaurant in TA and a dash of flash are just perfect and if I have the consent of the parties concerned so maybe I will post: naked and raw !!!. In my opinion it is worth every penny of its price.
Cons:price, not the hood, still do not understand if you have problems with the stabilizer
Opinion:woods, I would ask who owns this lens (canon 17 55 f.2,8), it happens that when I focus any object the middle square (use only a small square in the center) just moves down the left, and remains there until, or snap a picture, or at least leave the shutter button to return to where it was before. the shift is slight, but the other four goals I have this not happen, of course, happens when I entered the stabilizer (with stabilizer off this does not happen) I happen also that taking such openings under f.4,0 I often blurry image I think there is a relationship between the two, perhaps focusing say, an eye with openings f.2,8 / 3.2 having a shallow depth of field the small shift can focus on the nose, giving me the fuzzy feeling on your face. I say this because when I click over f.4,0 / 5.6 I have pictures more 'focused. if someone can tell me something, thanks
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