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The Yongnuo YN 50mm f/1.8 II is a standard lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2018. 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 157 €;
7 users have given it an average vote of 8.0 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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Opinion:A perspective without infamy and without praise, economic and you can not expect much from this fifty. The lenses are certainly not of the best optical quality and you see a lot in the photos especially if you crop and push a lot in the backlight or use it at full aperture. the aberrations are there and it is really soft at the edges, but it starts to get sharp from F4 up. One thing I liked is the metal bayonet that surprised me given the very low price, but it ends here, also because like the 35mm the assembly is not the best in fact there are games between the couplings that could compromise the photos or break this lens in a short time if not treated well. A very good thing is the shape of the front lens, very recessed in the structure of the optics, which makes the flare absent if not the extreme conditions, the disadvantage instead is the autofocus, which has a noisy motor and that vibrates a lot, sometimes inaccurate and slow
Cons:Breaks after a short time, virtually non-existent assistance: a lottery
Opinion:In the "against" there is already everything I would/I could say. More for fun than anything else, the "fifty" in question does his honored work very well. It is found online from different parts, as well as numerous reviews on the "tube". Considering the opening to F1.8, it takes us away from embarrassment in different situations, in my kit made mainly by targets with variable focals that pay inevitably in the opening, having not spent a fortune, this product of Yongnuo, is wonderful. The weight is paltry, mounted on the D7500, becomes a handbag compact. Update 10/10/20: Lasted less than 2 months. I just put the "against" in.
Pros:Price, wide aperture, compact size, weight, bokeh, metal attachment.
Cons:Autofocus with low light, chromatic aberrations, plasticose construction.
Opinion:Great lens to experience a bit with this focal length and this aperture. The sharpness is discrete, the compact size and the irrelevant weight make it easy to carry around. The autofocus is discrete but in low light it becomes almost more convenient to shoot with manual focus. Many complain about the noise produced during the autofocus, but unless it snaps in absolute silence, at least for me, it never represented a problem. Certainly suffers from aberrations, flare and whatnot, but it is still a lens that for €80 is worth buying, mainly indicated to those who would like to learn to use and experiment with this focal length without engaging in a more important purchase.
Opinion:I just got my new lens Yongnuo YN 50mm f/1.8 II purchased to experiment a bit at 73 euros, I have it for only two days so I still can not say many things but sicurramente from the few photos I took I already understand who is:D. Among the pros certainly is to report the sharpness that I do not mind even in the night photos and the price that for its equal level would cost at least triple. Pity for a strange star effect when photographing the street lamps or car lights (frontally) and for a circle of light that is created in the photos and some phantom flare effect. That said I recommend it for those who want to experiment and if you want to take pictures even by day, closeups and outdoors. Can I be satisfied? Compared to my expectations decidedly I expected enough but rated 7 out of 10 (in a few weeks I will tell you more). Hello and take a look at the photos that I will publish in a few days, just to understand better, hello Hello
Opinion:Taken by a couple of weeks. Why? To see if I really need this fixed focal, which on APS-C becomes 80mm. I pulled his neck and the result is that-inextricably linked to the relationship Q/P-honestly does its job. With little light, the AF has uncertainties... As far as I could see, aberrations, distortions and vignetting are mild and acceptable. It is neither stabilized nor has ultrasonic motor, the 58mm filter ring is of plastic and easily ruined. But for 70 euros? It has no competitors. If it cost 200 euros the vote would be 4.5. Taking it with me is the least I can do, given the bulk and weight. At times it's even sorprendende and fun.
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