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The Canon EF-M 55-200mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM is a tele lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2014. The focus is done by Stepper Motor, it has image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 328 €;
22 users have given it an average vote of 8.8 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Canon EOS M: this lens is compatible with mirrorless APS-C Canon EOS M.
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Pros:Wide focal excursion in relation to size, good quality, stabilized, sharp already at full opening up to 150 mm
Cons:No one if you know what you buy
Opinion:It's my all-rounder zoom I use on eos m50. Together with ef m 11 22 ef m 22 and ef m 28 they are all in a small bag with a small weight. From 55 to 150 it is already crisp at full opening (in the center at least) for my amateur needs. Paid 200 euros used is a bargain. Light but robust despite the plastic of which it is built makes it appear at first accosted like a toy. It's not an L series but given the cost/weight/size I always carry it behind and was never disappointed. Only mole, you do to say, maybe it is a little dark, but if you know what you buy you can also pass over it .
Pros:Used cost, very good image quality up to 150 mm, effective stabilizer, very quiet focus, weights and dimensions reduced to the bone
Cons:Plastic construction, very sensitive zoom ring, loses 150 mm up
Opinion:If I have to say it in three words I would say that it is a "Plastic Is Fantastic!", The construction is totally plastic and the feeling to the touch is "crunchy" but given the small size to the bone and the very good quality in relation to the type of lens it is, demanding a metal construction would have been too pretentious. But in its "plasticity" it shows that on the glass they have not spared too much: the sharpness remains almost excellent up to 150 mm, from 150 mm up it begins to become softer but it is something to expect from such a product, but nothing that does not resolve by closing the diaphragm by a stop. Very fast and very quiet focus and effective stabilizer although slightly "lazy" in getting into action when switching from the scene to the menu and vice versa (about 2 seconds late), but when it comes into action it shows its effectiveness (at 200 mm I managed to get down to 1/30s) and otherwise I have to say that although it does not have a large diaphragm or large macro capacity, in the close ups he does well by detaching the subject well and blurring the background with dignity.
Pros:Handy and very practical in addition to the lightness, I was amazed at its brightness compared to what I expected, stabilization and very rapid focus with Canon M6 mark II impeccable and soft excursion, no disturbance detected by the focal variation.
Cons:Plastic grafting although it looks of excellent robustness and texture, a little soft on the long focal
Opinion:I must say that I am surprised by this optics, I thought it was much darker than what I had read; but for me nothing at all despite being an f/4.5-6.3, we are talking about an optics that reaches 320 mm in APSC. I did not notice any optical defect in normal conditions of use, in non-optimal light conditions the yield is soft from 150 and up but tested on the portraits is amazing... If thinking about what has been said and tried, I am fully satisfied with this goal...
Opinion:I have never been fond of canvases, always considered too heavy and bulky. I found this lens at a more than honest price so I decided anyway to buy it to cover the longest focal lengths. Initially I was not convinced but over time I really learned to appreciate and love these focal. It is very light and small so it takes you everywhere even in the mountains. I think it soft from 130mm up but despite this the quality of the photo I do not mind and with a little ' post production you get great photos. The 22mm and the 11-22 in any case are a little higher. Unfortunately it is all plastic then and the barrel scratches easily. For quality \ \ Clutter I recommend it but only if found at a price lower than that of Amazon that seems exaggerated
Cons:Another thing compared to the 22 F2 and the 11-22. But I knew what I was buying.
Opinion:I use the M6 and M optics to replace the "holidaymaker" Canon PowerShot SX240 HS. I wanted a "long" tele to flank the 22 and 11-22 and between the two zooms available at the time I chose this because the amplitude of the focals covered by the 18-150 a bit ' left me perplexed. I haven't tried the 18-150 so I can't make a comparison. In non-optimal light conditions the yield of the 55-200 I find it soft from 135 up. Nothing serious saw what it replaces in my case.
Photos taken with Canon EF-M 55-200mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM
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