Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
Announced Sep 1, 2009 •
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Hi all, I've stumbled into an opportunity to both sell my EF-M 18-55 and to buy an EF-S 18-135 IS (no STM) for pretty cheap. I have the 22mm and a 55-250 IS II, and i would come out at about even in terms of net price (ie almost the entire cost of the 135 is covered by the sale of the 18-55). Anyone have any comparison experiences with the 18-135? Is the 18-55 a lot faster/crisper than the 135? I do both video and photography, though documentary video is definitely my primary usage.
Hi everyone. Im leaving behind my Fujifilm FinePix S4000 and bought a T5i body only (arrive December). I got 2 concern about what should be my first lens, since im used to superzoom (24-700mm 30x) and if STM tecnology will do much diference for me (stills only). Im thinking about buy a 18-55 STM and a 55-250 IS (3.5-5.6) or a 18-135 IS (not STM). Dont know if i will get used to change lens, at least on beginning. I saw a vídeo of CameraRec Toby about diferences between two lens. Since im...
Hi there! I'm a hobby photographer (see 4 images attached which was part of an exhibition I had), who has been using the 7D with a 50mm 1.8 and the kit lens 18-135 since the camera came out. I've truly enjoyed it but recently I've been disappointed with lack of perfect focus etc. I know the lenses are basic ones, but they have been fine.In recent months I've been taking less and less photos, but want to get a new kickstart again as I became father and I've been asked to do another...
Which lens will i benefit more on travelling/vacation? The canon and the sigma lens has a similar weight.Getting my first ever dslr and i dont want any regrets on getting a lens haha soo hopefully you could share your thoughts and experience :)For the sigma All the goods are in sigma from what i readIt has a lens hood which is a big plus for me and longer focal rangeA filter thread of 62mthe structure is thermally stable compositeAnd it is not a kit lensIve also read the reviews of tamron...
HiSorry for yet another what next question but I’ve been searching through the forum and cannot quite see the answer to my question.I have had my 600D for 12 months, I have not really developed any sort of style or preferred type of work and I use it mainly when on walkabout, though I am hoping to try some projects this summer. I shoot both RAW and JPEG and produced some quite decent images on a recent trip to London shooting JPEG most were just cropped and tweaked slightly in LR.I purchased...