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Pros: sharpness, speed, detail, f: 2.8, lightness
Cons: only serves to cameras with aps-c sensor, could be firmer in the front segment (fluctuates a bit when in 55mm)
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.
Pubblicata da Pauloneves555 August 31, 2012
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Pros: Sharpness, brightness.
Cons: X me none.
I have this slow recently, quindo consider this judgment upgradeable later, as soon as I mastered completamente.rnPremetto that my yardstick is the kit lens 18-55 IS STM; this lens is excellent, quite another thing! Now I understand the concept of brightness! It 's the best lens I owned or used, the first results were excellent! I still have to take the hand as to f / 2.8 the depth of field is very narrow and I have yet to get used to it! What can I say .... Excellent! Surely there are better type the L series or fixed but for my budget and my needs is Excellent!
Pubblicata da Brontolo83 August 08, 2016
Pros: Sharpness, fast AF, image stabilization, fixed aperture 2.8
Since I bought this lens I have not unplugged. I took photos everywhere, churches, landscapes, street, portraits, reportage, travel. The format aps-c does not exist any better. Sharpness awesome af fast, precise and absolutely silent. The stabilizer is heard but does not disturb. It is not weather sealed being an ef-s, but my copy has no trace of dust on Lenton and does not stretch holding it at rest. The plastic used is still an excellent plastic hand feels that it is not a toy. The first time I used it I took 4000 photos. I was 5 days to decide which to discard because there was no coming evil. Suffers a little 'flare this is true but I like to play with light and in some pictures it's me looking for him, matter of taste. It 'an expensive lens, but for people like me who does not need the ff becomes a series lens L on the reduced size. It's not really a featherweight and after several hours the neck is felt but the picture that offers are amazing. super consimended.
Pubblicata da Gugu75 July 08, 2016
Pros: Focal versatile, crisp to TA, AF fast, stabilized, solid, constant value in time.
Cons: Dust, clutter, building
Arrival from 17-40mm f4 L, sold it because I wanted more light. I used the 17-55mm for a long time and many photos. I was fine to cover all focal wide and regular, seldom staccavo. Versatile for landscapes, street portraits. I used it for everything and always satisfied with the quality performance, even at f2.8. AF fast but not as much as that of the 85mm f1.8, but the darkness was the same very reliable. Not as sharp as the 17-40 L but for me it was worth losing a little 'sharpening the favor dell'apertura.rnIl my copy, bought used, had a different powder inside but fortunately no effect on the yield of foto.rnPer me the main flaw was the fact that if you put forth the vertava SLR downwards. rnUn aim to have on APSC (I used a 500D) that made last long; I squeezed every pixel to the end with this little gem. It is unlikely to tear off if you turn or travel. I use it in tandem with the Tokina 50-135mm f2.8 ... understand well why! rnConsigliatissimo! rn
Pubblicata da Zellolo May 27, 2016
Pros: Sharpness, 2.8 at all focal lengths
Cons: Color rendering a little 'cold
I used both of which Canon 60D 7D. Bought used 400 Euros. Previously I had the Tamron SP AF 17-50mm F / 2.8 XR Di II (bought used 190 euro). Compared to the Canon Tamron it is generally sharper especially in light conditions the most critical (sunset). Good sharpness already in TA that becomes truly remarkable to F / 5.6 and f / 6.3. A fall of sharpness, a bit 'of vignetting and a certain bias is often at the edges in a particular way to 17 mm and in a much more negligible climbing focal length. These defects are most apparent with respect to a optic for full frame mounted on APS-C because this lens has the lens diameter designed for reduced size (EF-S). I noticed that things improve enough closing the aperture (F / 14 to 17 mm more) and of course with intervention in PP. I think that is the real all-rounder for anyone who has an APS-C with an effective focal comes to 88 mm, and if bought used has a great value for money. Focus fast and quiet with the possibility of intervening moremanually. The front lens tends to suck a little 'dust, but this does not affect any surrender in photographs. The construction of the discrete I think (not a series L). Of course if you use the hour for 70 to 200 2.8 L by mounting this seems to have in hand a toy, but it's just a feeling, compared to Tamron feelings of strength in the hand are more or less identical (the Canon is still a bit 'heavier). I do not even particularly useful the presence of the stabilizer for these focal lengths. Unfortunately this is not the hood as standard. The color rendering tends to be a bit '"cold" but these are personal tastes. Defined in I recommend it absolutely will be amazed by its sharpness and hardly hooked by the SLR. 9 vote.
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