Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM

Announced Jun 8, 2012 •
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I am off to a 2.5 weeks trip to Iceland next week and mulling over the question which lenses to bring. In particular, I am not sure whether I should bring my Canon 10-22mm EF-S ultrawide, or whether 18 mm is sufficiently wide for the landscapes in Iceland. What is your experience, and have you bagged dramatic scenery shots at focal lengths shorter than 18 mm in Iceland? This is by far my most important question. Another question is which standard lens to bring. I have Sigma 18-50mm f2.8 (best...
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Our school archives is looking to purchase a DSLR to serve two purposes: First, we would use it to digitize (i.e. photograph) a collection of large scrapbooks by mounting the camera above them on a camera stand, then using remote capture to view the shot on a monitor and take the picture. The largest scrapbooks are about 28"x22" and we would try to supplement the ambient light in the room with some work lights on stands. Second, we would use it to film speakers in two different contexts --...
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Likely in the next month I plan to get the 7D2. I'm wondering, should I just get the Body only, or should I splurge a bit for the 18-135 STM kit lens. I do have the older design that I got with my 60D for that focal length, but I use my 18-35 f/1.8 and then 100-400L for most of my shots, and plan to get a 24-70 eventually(still debating which version I want).
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Hi all, you may have to forgive me for the question, but I am a beginner and I've just upgraded from my old beloved Canon PowerShot G9 to a more challenging Canon EOS 70D camera. I'm a fan of low- and natural-light photography, and as such I thought I would be in need of a ultra-fast lens. However, I found myself struggling with the much shallower depth of field which is delivered already by the APS-C sensor coupled with the EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens which was bundled with the...
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Do the STM lenses work on the EOS 350D? Is there any reason why they would not work?
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I have a Canon 70d along with 18-135 and Tokina 11-16. I am planning to buy a ND filter and can't go beyond 100$. I have taken landscapes with both the lens and both are great. I am planning to take waterfalls and some long exposure shots. Could you please suggest me for which lens should I buy ND filter as I am restricted on my budget.
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Hi, I am looking to buy a Canon EOS 700D with 18-135mm IS STM lens in Shanghai. There are many options to buy including Canon store / Taobao / JD.com / Amazon but the prices are different and which would be the most reliable? Additionally the cameras bought in Mainland have warranties only applicable here and not internationally. That would pose a big problem for me. What would be the best place to purchase the camera? Any help is appreciated.
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Hello, I'm a newcomer to the world of DSLR photography. After an extensive search for systems (useless, since I always wanted a Canon), cameras and lenses, the decision to buy a camera is now constrained to the budget. Previously, I was interested in the 700D (t5i), then it came to decide if I'd go for the kit 18-55 or the 18-135, and almost decided for the 18-135. For me, this new DSLR camera will be a learning tool and a travel companion (not for pro video or pro sports). When shooting with...
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Hi All, I'm doing high profile nude photography. And i have a canon t5i with the 18-135 STM Kit. yep. I'm doing great pictures from this really beautiful girls and i would like Now to buy the best possible camera and the best possible lens. Canon gear. So i was thinking first to buy the FFrame 6D with the 24-105 L kit, but the just 1 cross point focus and the need of a lens with more zoom than the 135 has discourage me. So now i'm thinking to get the Mark III and the 28-300 f3.5-5.6 L. My...
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Finally it's time for me to step up from my current 350D with Sigma 18-200 3.5-5-6. Regarding the body it was quick pretty clear I would become a very happy chappy with the 70D. Then I spent lots of time in reviewing what decent walk-around lens I wanted to buy. I was convinced this time I had to spend a more serious amount on the glass. So after two weeks of investigation I decided to opt for the Canon EF 24-105 L IS USM. Again a compromise of course, but for what it offers not bad at all....
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