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This product has a FreakScore of 9.8 out of 10 based on 4379 scores.
Design- and price-wise, the EF-S 35mm f/2.8 Macro IS STM lens is targeted mainly at snapshooters and photo enthusiasts who use one of Canon's cropped-sensor (APS-C) cameras. However, it is also worthy of consideration by owners to the flagship APS-C models like the EOS 7D Mark II for its features,... Read more
The good points are that the images that come out are nice, it's compact, and it's cheap. But the build quality is terrible. You can't use it for video (the AF motor noise is extremely loud), and the manual focus makes a terrible grinding spring noise. Read more
This lens is perfect for those looking to take great quality photographs on a budget. Canon offers 3 options for a 50mm prime lens. The Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 is the entry level model and as such can feel a bit plastic and cheap. Read more
No i dont mean blockbuster films or cinema movies, i mean youtube music videos like Logan Paul. This lens is really good for low light as mentioned in the brochure, i could take really nice photos with my setup in low light and the results were amazing! Read more
I've been using this lens for over a month in a variety of circumstances and can't fault it. Great for family and pets indoors in low light and a very versatile street lens. For the price, you can't go wrong. Read more
Featuring full time manual control and a Stepping Motor, this Canon Prime Lens should be one on the list for the video shooter. The Stepping Motor allows silent and smooth auto focusing, which is perfect for video recording and the Full Time Manual control lets you adjust your focus manually even... Read more