Canon EF 28mm f/1.8 USM Wide Angle Lens for Canon SLR Cameras

March 8, 2015 - Comment

With the large maximum aperture, excellent background blur is possible even with a fast shutter speed. The aspherical lens element makes the lens compact and corrects spherical aberrations. The image is sharp even at the edges. Lead-free glass is used. FEATURES: EF mount; wide-angle lens Aspherical lens; floating system; inner focusing; full-time manual focus 28mm

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With the large maximum aperture, excellent background blur is possible even with a fast shutter speed. The aspherical lens element makes the lens compact and corrects spherical aberrations. The image is sharp even at the edges. Lead-free glass is used.

FEATURES:
EF mount; wide-angle lens Aspherical lens; floating system; inner focusing; full-time manual focus 28mm focal length f/1.8 maximum aperture Micro UltraSonic Motor (USM)

Comments

J. Malinsky says:

The No-Flash Answer To Everything I’ve owned this lens for just over a year now, and it’s on my camera almost all the time – despite the fact that I’ve bought two other lenses.I’m a fan of shooting candid shots, mostly indoors, and flash is just NOT an option if you really want great pics that don’t interfere with (or annoy) your subjects. I came to this lens because the EF50mm f/1.8 was just a bit *too* tight/long for candid pics without stepping back all the time, or settling for face shots only. This 28mm…

Satch says:

great all-purpose lens for APS-C For APS-C digitals cameras with a 1.6 crop factor, this becomes equivalent to 44mm with a 35mm film camera. I bought this lens a general purpose prime lens for APS-C with roughly the same angle as 50mm for the 35mm film camera (Canon does not have a 30mm, only Sigma’s 30mm f/1.4 is the closest). I have used this prime lens on my Digital Rebel and 30D for a few hundred shots so far, and I am very pleased with the sharpness of the photos, as well as the speed. I think it is softer at f/1.8,…

green mind says:

Excellent lens The best description of this lens I’ve read is that it is a very good lens with a bad internet reputation. I couldn’t agree more. I hemmed and hawed over buying this lens for several weeks, due to the mediocre “official” reviews from prominent review sites, ones that you’ve undoubtedly also read if you’re considering this lens. But I kept reading glowing “unofficial” reviews from users who were out there doing real-world photography, and I was impressed with the images the lens had produced…

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