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The Canon EF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 L IS USM is a superzoom lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2004 to 2022 (discontinued). The focus is done by Ultrasonic AF Motor (Ring-USM), it has image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 2599 €;
31 users have given it an average vote of 9.2 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Canon EF: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Canon EF.
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Pros: Mooie kleuren zeer scherp,buitengewoone constructie,gebouwd voor het leven
Opinion: Ik heb de lens nu een maand in mijn bezit zou niet meer zonder willen wat een mooie kleuren en scherpte Dit is de ideale totaal oplossing van canon. Zeer goede autofocus en stabilisatie kan nog foto's uit de hand schieten bij 1/30 uniek! De prijs is hoog staat tegen over dat je alle brandpuntafstanden bij je hebt wat voor mij erg belangrijk is.hoef dus bijna nooit meer te wisselen. Dan de constructie deze is erg degelijk ik zou haast zeggen gebouwd voor het leven.heb al veel mooie plaatjes geschoten conclusie deze lens mag nooit meer weg.
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sent on January 08, 2022
Pros:Versatility given the focal length and excellent image quality.
Cons:Absolutely the weight.
Opinion:For my R6 I started with the idea of an all-round lens right away. This 28-300 despite being a bit old does its job very well even if obviously in the focus is not a splinter. I who have never tried the pump system, I must say that I immediately felt good, even if the ring is better to tighten it after use so as not to dangle the lens. However to keep around your neck is really torture. On mirrorless with the adapter we arrive at the beauty of 2050gr excluding the camera body. Not to mention the additional imbalance given by the adapter. I tried to test it at 28mm f3.5 with the RF 24-105 f4-7.1 and Tamron 24-70 G2. The 24-105 you can safely throw in the trash and the Tamron has had his shoes made to brightness. The image quality is virtually identical to the Tamron at both 28 and 70mm. At 300mm I noticed that it starts to lose a little bit in quality but it is still acceptable. I tried to take some pictures of the Moon and at 300mm they are more detailed with the Tamron 70-300 and the focus if too bright you have to do it manually. Even at 200mm compared to the RF 70-200 f4 it does very well. As qualities they are practically identical but the 28-300 has slightly more muted colors. In the end I personally drew my conclusions that for the amount it costs, the weight and unfortunately its age, you might as well take a 24-105 f4 and the 70-200 f4 and at most an extender. The lens without tripod mount weighs 1736gr and with the tripod 1907gr.
Opinion:After a scrupulous search based on readings of reviews, posts and videos dedicated to the 28-300 I decided that this Canon superzoom could be for me. In the past I had a Tamron 28-300 (very bad optics, despite being very compact and light). Ideal compromise for light outputs where with a single lens you cover a range from medium wide angle to telephoto. In one fell swoop I eliminated 24-105 f4 and 70-200 f4 and 100-400 II. During my outings I always had two eos R bodies, on one the 24-105, on the second body 70-200 or the 100-400. R+24-105+70-200 = 2200gr R+100-400= 2230 gr Total 4500gr Now I just need to go out with an eosR and the 28-300. And the weight of is reduced around you have 2400gr. For me the weight is not excessive (1700gr), it always remains lighter than going out with 100-400 and a camera body. The sharpness is still very good. Already at 35mm closes at f4, around you have 70mm becomes an f4.5 up to 300mm that becomes f5.6. Although a perspective with more than 15 years to the credit and an IS of only two stops declared on eos R and R6 works very well. Pump zoom ring is very convenient to fluid, in a moment you go from 28mm to 300mm, I find this system very versatile. I do not understand why Canon has not re-proposed it on new lenses It works very well with Kenko 1.4x multiplier. Recommended for those who want a versatile and practical optics.
Opinion:I use this lens for about a year, bought by a photographer friend and I am full satisfied with it, only flaw sin the f to 300, but all in all a beautiful lens... although after a few hours, mounted on my 5dmk3... it becomes really heavy Advice buying to those who have to do weddings and ceremonies, because it is really versatile
Pros:A very bright optics, very practical the way of the focal excursion to pump, is a complete handyman.
Cons:Excessive cost for a lens that breaks easily.
Opinion:A vision that surely needs to revise the construction project a bit. I happened to a lens even if used little broke the focal excursion and manual focus. If you happen to send her to repair out of warranty There are pains and regrets. It does its job pretty well on an M-III, an anomaly that I have found is that it has difficulty in AF at short distances.
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