Re: Canon launches 15-85mm and 18-135mm EF-S lenses
I have tested the 18-135mm side by side comparing with images from 3 L lenses; 16-35 f2.8, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200 f2.8 and using f5.6 as the same opening for all lenses.
Surprise, surprise! This lens is good! yay!
The images from this lens, while not as superb as the L lenses, are quite up there in quality.
This is now my fav gen purp lens on my AP-S bodies.
The simple barrel design is a classic. It reminds me of the Service Module of Apollo Missions.
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|Dec 6, 2010|
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