Advantages: Initial Cost is far less then the original Canon and Nikon lenses Disadvantages: The only negative point I see is the requirement of UV protection film on the lens for protection.
I have been using Tamron lens and have particularly a very good experience, the prices too are very commutative and obviously the picture quality is on par with the original , the price difference between the genuine Canon and Nikkon lenses to Tamron len ...
Advantages: Build quality. Compact. Weight. Optical quality. Image Stabilisation. Disadvantages: Barrel distortion and Chromatic Aberration at 24mm
...I purchased this lens brand new to accompany my then new Canon EOS 5D around 18 months ago. I have to confess, I spent over two weeks prior to making my purchases deciding just which lens I should choose as my 'standard' zoom - this, or the also highly re ...
Advantages: Good all-rounder lens for APS and full frame bodies Disadvantages: Extending zoom body and some barrel distortion at wide
I bought this lens to replace a EF 28-135mm IS USM lens.
Typical high build quality of Canon L series lenses. The 24-105 does feature an extending barrel at the outer end but it does not rota ...
Advantages: great picture quality, quick focus, not that expensive for L lens Disadvantages: none
Great lens; excellent Canon L (L = Luxury) quality!
The zoom range is perfect for a carry-around lens; when travelling this is likely to be in front of your camera 90% of the time.
Build quality is great, feels solid in your hands. Not the same of c ...
Advantages: Zoom, Both Stabilizers, Lock, Design Disadvantages: Grain, Noise, Auto-Focus
Design At first glance, the Canon EF 70-300mm Telephoto Zoom Lens looks the part in a standard svelte black coating with ritzy gold ring and logo, solid quality rubber grips around the zoom and focus rings. At 480 grams it is also one lightweight mo ...