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|Remarques du vendeur :||“The Canon lens has some slight scratches on the glass. See pictures for detailed view of the product.”|
|Brand:||Canon||Type:||Standard, Image Stabilization|
|Camera Technology:||Digital||Focal Length Type:||Zoom|
|Focal Length:||18-135mm||Series:||Canon EF-S|
|Compatible Brand:||For Canon||Maximum Aperture:||f/3.5-5.6|
|Mount:||Canon EF-S||Focus Type:||Auto & Manual|
|The Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS is an all-purpose zoom lens with STM technology. STM provides smooth, quiet autofocusing for movies, and the dynamic, four-stop image stabilizer reduces vibrations in video footage and photos. The EF-S offers complete versatility for whatever your shooting needs may be. It has a versatile 18-135mm zoom which is just right for capturing anything from landscapes to portraits. This item is a great lens to take on a trip because you won’t need to switch out your lens very often thanks to its wide focal range. Its focal lengths give you the means of shooting just about any type of composition from wide-angle to close-up shots. This Canon 18-135mm lens is one of the photographic accessories that is ideal for low-light conditions when a tripod cannot be used. That's because its image-stabilizer system reduces the blurring effect of camera shake. The fast autofocus with a full-time manual override is another useful feature for achieving sharp images. The EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS is also equipped with Canon's exterior design for lenses. This design has a textured finish for a sophisticated look and feel that matches your EOS camera. It's constructed with a plastic barrel and metal mount for durability. Even with the inclusion of a metal mount, the weight of this device is kept to just over 1 pound. At this weight, placing it on your digital SLR won't add a large amount of extra weight. This also allows for high portability when carrying the device for sightseeing. This Canon lens measures at 2.97 by 3.98 inches, which is small enough to hold in your hand easily. When you're looking to add accessories, such as filters, to these Canon EF-S lenses, they are compatible with thread sizes of 67mm. For macro images, this DSLR lens has a macro focus range of .45m. You'll notice with this zoom EF-S lens that it has a wide viewing angle of over 74 degrees. This provides you with the means of capturing every detail in a wide frame. This lens was crafted by Canon and released in 2009. It's built with a total of 16 elements in 12 groups. Each part is made to be durable and long lasting. When you wish to hone in on a single object, the 135mm focal length allows you to capture even the smallest detail. The maximum aperture range found on this Canon EF-S lens is f/3.5 to f/5.6. The minimum rests at f/38, providing you with a significant amount of control over how each of your photos looks. While this Canon telephoto lens comes with a wide aperture range, this setting is controlled by the Canon EOS camera. This lens also includes an optical zoom of .21x magnification and is equipped with a total of six diaphragm blades. This Canon f/3 model comes with solid black construction and white detailing for easy-to-read settings. Toward the back of these lenses are two switches that make for quick changes when snapping a photo. The first allows for rapid switching between autofocus and manual focus, while the second turns image stabilization on or off.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||99692499|
|Product Key Features|
|Focus Type||Auto & Manual|
|Type||Standard, Image Stabilization|
|Focal Length Type||Zoom|
|Additional Product Features|
|Focal Length (mm)||18-135mm|
|Product Line||Canon EF-S|
|Additional Tech Characteristics||Stm Is EF-S|
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Best budget zoom lense I have ever used.
We bought this lens for my wife who is using her first DSLR (a crop-sensor camera). Personally, after my experiences with a full-frame camera and large aperture L-class lenses, my expectations for Canon 18-135 lens were low. However, I after I saw her first pictures, I changed my opinion. Canon 18-135 is sharp, has great colors, excellent zoom range and suitable for all kinds of photography: landscapes, portraits and anything else that comes to your mind. Honestly, I often can't tell if a picture was taken with this lens or my L-class zoom on full frame until I look at the exif file. Versatility: on the wide end 18mm corresponds to about 28 mm on the full frame camera. This is not super-wide, but wide enough, if you know how to compose your shot. 135 mm, on the other end equals 216 mm lens angle of view on the full frame and this is an awesome zoom capacity to carry around! BTW, bokeh looks very pleasant if your use it for portraits at the long end with f5.6 aperture. Ironically, a lens with this zoom range simply does not exists for Canon full-frame cameras. In summary, Canon 18-135 is the best walk around lens for a crop-sensor Canon camera at a very reasonable price.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : kentread55
Finally, my "walkaround" lens
I have quite an assortment of lenses, both longer and shorter, but I always seemed to have the wrong lens for the moment. This lens has finally hit the sweet spot and I'll probably be selling some of my collection. It's just the right range, very well built, and is not too long when zoomed. Importantly, it doesn't "fall out" into the zoom length, even without the zoom lock. Performance-wise, it's very focus fast, smooth, and quiet. I ran a series of test shots immediately. the test shots and subsequent photos, confirmed that this lens can produce superior images that are very sharp, especially comparing them to some of the lenses I wanted to replace. I'm taking noticeably sharper and better photos now. I think this lens is only available via camera package break-ups and not stand-alone from Canon. Don't know why - this should be a prime lens in their line-up. I'm VERY happy with this lens.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : eternalphoto
Good Lense - Great Price
I will grant you that most professionals won't care much for this lense, as most have bashed it. But, then again most of us aren't professionals. I moved from Minolta to Cannon and this was the kit lense with the Rebel XT I purchased. This lenses does as well, or better, then most people will ever ask of it. It takes great close up shots, and provides you with a little distance as well. The photos are sharp and clear and focus is right on every time. The focusing is also fast and quiet, as well. I have purcahsed two additional lenses for the camera, one a Canon and the other a third party lense (filled the gap between my two Canon lenses), and this one out produces both the others, in my opinion. I read the reviews before purchasing the camera, but as I had no Canon lenses I went ahead and paid the extra ($50) for the kit lenses, and I could not be more then happier with it. Where else are you going to find a quality lense at this price? I am currently a Assistant Scout Leader for the local Boy Scout troop and we recently had a Court of Honor for the boys awards and I used this lense to shoot it. The photos came out remarkably better then I had hoped for (wished it had a little more length for the further away shots - as I was behing the parents and didn't want to get in their way). So yes most of the reviews on this lense are not that great, and I can see not purchasing it if you already have Canon lenses. But for someone like myself making a switch from another system to Canon, or someone moving from a point and shoot to an SLR, the I highly recommend spending the little extra and getting this in the kit, you will be glad you did. I am rating it as good, but if it was a little longer (say a 18mm to maybe a 70mm) then it would have had an Excellent.
Perfect lens for the Canon APS cameras
I use this 18 to 135 mm lens on my Canon T5. It has the equivalent full frame zoom range of 29 to 229 mm (almost 8x). The lens balances very nicely on the camera, and has easy to use controls. It is not too light (like the regular 18 to 55 kit lens) or to heavy (like some of the expensive L series lenses). I was surprised that I rarely had to reach for the 10 to 18 mm wide angle or the 70 to 300 mm telephoto. The pictures looked sharp, but you will have to hunt down a lens test review for actual resolution numbers.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : neuf | Vendu par : eternalphoto
The EFS 18 - 135 STM is a fantastic lens
I was looking for a lens to replace my 18-55mm kit lens, I still wanted the wide angle but also wanted a medium zoom to match up with my 55 - 250mm lens. When I looked at the 18 - 135mm STM lens I searched the internet for reviews and test, I found very little bad about it. This lens is an EFS lens that works on the crop sensor cameras only (which is what I have). Using this lens has been great, I find for most of my shooting with just the one lens, if I'm hiking it's great for some nice shots, whether shooting al landscape or zooming in for a tighter shot. The lens has an internal focusing system which is great for a polarized filter and focusing when using extension tubes for macro photography as the lens doesn't extend when you focus. The lens is a bit slow f3.5 - 5.6 but at 50mm it's faster than the 18 - 55mm. For indoor shooting, increasing the iso is necessary for places that don't allow flashes. Having it to again I would still purchase this lens again, it's everything I expected for the price, it feels very sturdy, no lens creep at all, extremely quiet focus as well as fast and it's nice that I can manually focus while the lens is set on alto focus. I highly recommend this lens for any of the Canon APS cameras as part of their collection.