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

Announced Jun 8, 2012 •
Telephoto zoom lens | Canon EF-S | 6097B002
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By: jimklid (4 months ago)
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Hello Everyone, I am planning to buy my first DSLR (Canon 1200D) soon, and I am between two options: 1. the EF-S 18-55 IS II (and maybe a 50mm f1.8 in the future) or wait some time and get the 2. EF-S 18-135mm IS STM lens The only problem is that I can get the first one in the summer, but the second one I can get around Christmas next year, and the wait would be unbearable! Do you think the 18-135mm is wirth the wait? Are there many differences between the two lenses, and what will I win if I...
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Hi everyone, I got a 7D with a 24-105mm L lens a few years ago from my dad, because he upgraded to 5D with a 24-70mm L lens. Now I am looking to switch from my 7D Mark I to a 70D because of its video capabilities (mostly). If I also sold my 24-105mm as well as my 7D, I could buy a new 70D with a new 18-135mm IS STM. As you can tell from my writing, budget is an issue. I don't want to invest any money, because I can't. So the question is: how much of a downgrade will it be, going from 24-105mm...
By: jimklid (5 months ago)
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Hello, Since I am a beginner to photography,I want to buy my first camera. My choices are: 1) Canon EOS 1200D w/ EF-S 18 - 135mm IS STM lens or 2) Canon EOS 1200D w/ EF-S 18 - 55mm IS II & EF 50mm STM f1.8 I want to use the camera on the go but also for portrait phorography. I was drawn by the second option but I would like your opinion, too. Which option do you think I should opt for and why? Thanks in Advance, Jim
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First time poster, long time browser. I'm looking to buy a 70d soon, I have a max budget of around £700 ($1,050). I had planned on purchasing the 70d with the 18-135mm IS STM kit lens as buyers seemed happy with it and I liked the idea of a longer focal range on a walk about and would probably use the auto focus function with video from time to time. The thing that puts me off is the poor image quality of my 18-55mm IS kit lens (on 550d) and DXO Mark scoring the 18-135mm STM ever so slightly...
By: Andrea Maretto (10 months ago)
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Hello everyone I'm new here, and sort of new in the world of DSLRs as well. I've recently purchased a Canon 760D for personal interest and passion, and lucky me I quickly had the opportunity to join friends for a trip to India. As India is flagged as the paradise of photographer, I would like to take the most out of it, so I write to ask suggestions about gear to purchase and to take with me: at the moment I've got the 18-135 STM kit lens and I added the 24 f2.8 STM (of which I was staggered...
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Hi mates, In the past weeks I've read much about 7d2 AF, low light sensitivity issues, etc; since I'm just new to photography how can I make sure my 7d2 camera does or does not have these issues? Just in case I have 10-18mm lens, 18-135mm lens, 70-200 2.8 is II and this is my flickr account: flickr.com/photos/specr with just a few samples from the past 3 weeks. Any pointer in the right direction will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Regards, p.s: pls don't think this is an attempt...
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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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