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Description The Original Lensbaby lens is the hybrid love child of an old-fashioned bellows camera and an up-tight tilt-shift lens. The Original Lensbaby captures images with glowing highlights, subtle prismatic ... more

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Description Large aperture standard zoom lens with a minimum focal length of 17mm, designed exclusively for digital SLR cameras and incorporating Sigma's original OS (Optical Stabilizer). The OS function offers s... more

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Description With the Composer is based on a ball and socket configuration that delivers smooth selective focus photography with unparalleled ease. Photographers simply tilt the lens to a desired angle and then fo... more

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Description This is a large aperture prime lens with a standard focal length of 50mm, ideal for all digital SLR cameras. This lens has superior peripheral brightness even at the maximum aperture and corrects a po... more

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Excellent

“Canon 50mm!”

published 03/10/2013

Advantageseasy to use, great depth of field and image quality, reasonably priced

Disadvantagesnone

...I received this Canon 50mm prime lens for my camera last Christmas. ~ Prime lenses ~ A prime len is a fixed lens and this lens is fixed at 50mm so instead of using the optical zoom to zoom in and out, a prime lens means that you, as the photographer, have to move forwards and backwards to shoot your subject at the right distance. The benefits of using a prime lens are that it usually offers...

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Excellent

AdvantagesTack sharp from f1.2 all the way through, excellent bokeh, tough and durable

DisadvantagesExpensive, no sharper than 50mm f1.8 at narrower apertures

...Having owned the Canon 50mm f1.4 for a few years and finding it was a lens I used a lot I thought it was about time I upgraded and treated myself to a new 50mm prime lens and the Canon 50mm f1.2L was the top of my list. The first thing I will say about the 50mm f1.2 is that it is an expensive (make that very expensive) lens, and when compared to other 50mm lenses it does seem excessively priced...

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Excellent

Advantagesprice, aperture, sharpness, lightweight,

Disadvantagesnone that outweigh the excellent value of this lens

...I love this lens! This is the first lens I bought myself (after the kit lenses, which I used for a year) for my Canon 450D, and then decided to buy the 50mm f1.8. This lens is excellent value for money - I got mine for AU$109 from Ebay (about AU$140 in the shops). It is exceptionally sharp for the cost - I noticed the clarity of the images straight away. When you compare the sharpness...

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