Canon EF-S 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 IS Q&As

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By: WongRQ (Jun 24, 2021)
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Hi everyone, Am pixel-peeping here. I used an EOS 7D and an EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS (original) lens to take this photo, AEB 2 stops, edited on Aurora HDR 2018.
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By: GetBG (May 1, 2021)
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I impulsively bought a mint-condition first gen EF-S 18-135mm IS for around 50$, because I need a lightweight travel lens for a forthcoming trip. Is this a good buy, how does it compare to the STM and the Nano USM versions IQ wise? --Flickr profile: https://www.flickr.com/people/182514070@N02/
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Hey there, I have a Canon M50 with a EF lens adapter. At the moment I also have the 15-45 EF-M and a 55-250 EF-S lens. In a few weeks I am about to make a video in which it would be quite convenient to not be having to swap between lenses all the time, so I want to know what you think the best wide range zoom lens (mirrorless or DSLR) you can get for Canon? I live in Australia as well. I don't have a large budget also... Thanks in advance, Joe
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I have used a standard 18-55 (non IS) on my camera for as long as I can remember. Recently borrowed a long term 18-135 lens from someone at work (he hasn't used it in well over a year and cant help as he no longer has a body that can use it). I cannot seem to get the 18-135 to do anything for me - im wondering if it is broken somehow and would like an opinion based on these examples: 18-55 lens aperture priority, 5.6, ISO 100 at 1/160 bright sunny day at full 55mm (auto focus center) 18-135...
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WHich among these strobe is good for event shooting....im gonna shot a stage event..if u been supported ny white halogen lights which could be turned off any time..im going to trigger the strobe with skyport trigger from elinchrom...the camra i wil use is Canon 60D and Canon 7D with 18-55,18-135,etc..the main purpose is to take group photos of 50 ppls, i few stationary shots, seminar shots , etc. ELINCHROM FRX400 Or ELINCHROM RX2
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Hello Everyone, I recently buy a Canon EFS 18-135mm lense for my Rebel t5i, after I went out to take some pictures I started to notice that my images where sharp in the center but get a little blurry specially in the lower left corner of the image: Notice the orange cone, it is blurry but the center of the pic is sharp  In this particular picture, the cone is a good reference since it is a not moving object, just like the observatory... but the cone is blurry and the observatory is decently...
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Hi all. New 60D owner here, my first DSLR, though used to do print photography back in the day with my Minolta SRT-102. Also new to DPR forums, so please let me know if this should be posted in a different area, and other threads that might address similar issues. I've ended up with three lenses, and am wondering the pros/cons of each. I have a feeling I can probably sell one of them as redundant, or replace with something else. Your suggestions appreciated. My needs for now: mostly wanted a...
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I just yesterday bought a Canon 70D with the basic & decent 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. I have upgraded cameras from the previous camera I have been using which was a Sony so I'm new to the Canon world. That being said, I need some recommendations on what lenses might suit what I'm looking for!  What I need- The lens that I'm looking to purchase next would be one that is a wider angle, under 20mm, that is good in lowlight. I want something that will be great for long exposures when trying to...
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I have an EF-S 18-135mm (1st gen, non-STM) that I have been very happy with so far, but it has developed some problems in the last few months. In the 18-22mm range, the lens has two problems (that seem related): 1. The focal length is reported to be 135mm (instead of 18mm), which limits the aperture to 5.6. (This also has the annoying side effect of causing software that does lens correction to correct it the wrong way) 2. In the same range, the autofocus is stuttering. Now... Is there...
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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.
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