The Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 III is a standard lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2011 to 2014 (discontinued). The focus is done by Lens AF motor (non-ultrasonic), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 120 €;
43 users have given it an average vote of 7.0 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Canon EF: this lens is compatible with reflex APS-C Canon EF.
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Pros:The 200D in kit with this lens I paid less than to buy the body alone, so...
Cons:... it sucks so much that it devalues everything it touches. unsteadyed, slow and noisy, plastic as a toy, poor sharpness.
Opinion:Unlike the brothers IS and STM (the latter really great kits, as far as I'm concerned), this lens is a bottle bottom. found in the packaging of the 200D, just tried I wondered why I had spent money to go from 1" (Sony RX100) to apsc if then the result was even worse. buying at the lenses I realized that the problem was neither the sensor nor the camera, but this junk.
Opinion:Lens usually present in kit (I do not want to buy it outside): combined with my EOS 1200D, I shot for some time only with this lens before buying more. I found it useful to take the first photographs and impratise myself, as well as to identify the most used focal points, which was useful to me to understand which optics to add to my kit. Its quality is of kit optics, so it's a bit dark and the autofocus is slow and often makes a mischifier in critical situations; I took decent photographs of it anyway and I "made my bones". I recently replaced it with the Sigma 17-50mm, with 2.8 fixed on all focal points (the Canon 17-55mm for my pockets was too expensive), but I still kept the lens in kit as a spare mule.
Opinion:Given that you can not expect who knows what came out in a kit lens, it must be said that from 2011 until October of 2015 was the only lens I've used. For those who have never used a DSLR or approaches for the first time in the world of photography, a lens is more than useful! The 18-55 is a lens that does scuola.rnE 'so light as to seem empty, therefore, perfect for trips and hiking excursions, in low light conditions the auto focus makes a huge effort to connect with the subject (and it is said that he does it ) and the noise can be annoying if we are in a museum, in a church or in a particularly silent places ... rnNon is a lens to aquistare separately, it would be foolish to spend money on accaparrarselo if it is not sold in kit, but this does not mean that is poor. RNTI does taste the potential of SLR and if used in optimal conditions Offering beautiful shots.
Cons:slow autofocus, non-stabilized, not bright, sharpness
Opinion:Without infamy and without praise. Perfect to learn and to understand what are the favorite genres of photography. Suitable for all kinds except sports photography: slow autofocus and very dark. Is it okay to gain experience and not be afraid to do damage; Recommended only for those who buy for the first time and finds him in an SLR kit, that is what I did with my 700D.
Opinion:Price here is the only pro of objective data in 'gift' with the reflex acquistata.Lo would change immediately with the Tamron 17 50 much clearer to the point that not even compare it. I used it with the first SLR that I purchased and was asking myself stè reflex cos'anno of so different from a Canon S90? I knew when I sold the lens and passed to goals best. It is a lens that takes 'to free' with the reflex of the kit I can not say that they are a waste of money but do not ever buy it separately.
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