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The Canon EF 100mm is a medium telephoto lens with a macro feature for 1x magnification. Fluctuations in spherical aberrations caused by focusing are suppressed, and high-quality images are obtained at all focusing distances. With eight aperture blades, good background blur is obtained even when the aperture is decreased by one or two stops. A focusing limiter which limits the magnification to 0.25x greatly assists macro photography. More
Macro with extended reach
The EF 100mm F/2.8 Macro USM is a medium telephoto lens with a macro feature providing a 1.0x magnification. With eight aperture blades, creative background blur is possible to help make the subject stand out. The lens features a focusing limiter switch which limits the focus range to improve AF speed.
Ring USM auto focus with manual override
Canon’s ring USM auto focus system employs ultrasonic frequency vibrations for fast, accurate and virtually silent operation. Full-time manual focus override, via a large ring that does not rotate during auto focus, allows photographers to fine-tune focusing instantly.
Super Spectra coating
Super Spectra coatings help ensure accurate colour balance and high contrast, and suppress flare and ghosting by absorbing light that might be reflected off internal lens elements and image sensor.
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A Fantastic Lens
By Pete N
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Comments about Canon EF 100mm f2.8 USM Macro Lens:
I originally bought this lens about 6 years ago and for some stupid reason sold it about a year ago for almost the price I'd paid for it. What a bad decision, I didn't miss it till it was gone, but that was too late. Fortunately my wife bought me a replacement for my birthday. This lens is well made and has a quality feel, that just seems right in the hand. Both examples that I have owned have been pin sharp, and produced some excellent shots at both macro photography and as an excellent portrait lens.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
About Me Semi-Professional
I use this to photograph flowers and water droplets but mostly spiders and its a great lens for what I need it for...
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Spider taken with the Canon 100mm
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Great macro lens
By Big lad
Had this lens a few days now and on my 7D it has returned some lovely results. You wont miss "IS" as I see a lot of Macro pictures and they have nearly all been taken with the camera on a Tripod.The image quality and colour spectrum are something else and I would urge anyone thinking of getting a Macro lens to try this one first. If you feel the need to pay out double the retail price for the "IS" version at least you have some idea how good it will be
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Flower close up
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(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Really enjoying using this lens to get close ups of flowers and anything else that catches my eye. very pleased with some of the results.
Well made and sharp a bit of a bargin.
from North East England
Very sharp, does its intended job very well and not too expensive for what you get
(3 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
from South Coast
About Me Professional
Incredible lens. I found the focal lenth not to be the most useful but its ideal for Beauty portraits, close ups or eyes and lips, close ups of rings and details at weddings. etcProbably a must have lens for all portait and wedding Pros
(7 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
By Phil Phantom
I decided I wanted to have a go at Macro Photography. Having read the rave reviews of this lens I thought it was a good place to start. I didn't want to mess around with lens spacers and reversing lenses etc. I had the cash so took the plunge. Boy am I pleased I did. Being new to macro, I have a lot to learn. The attached image is of a flower less than 2" in diameter. (Best viewed full screen). Sure it's not great and I need to do some work on lighting etc. I think it does show what this lens can do, on a 550D, straight out of the box. Even when used by a beginner. I am now waiting for the cold snap to be over when the Bugs come out to play. In the mean time I find myself wondering round the house and garden looking for small objects to photograph. Such is the enthusiasm this lens has generated.If you want to get into Macro, I would highly recommend this lens.
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(5 of 8 customers found this review helpful)
Simply great value for money
By HOVER FLY LOVER
This lens is excellent value for money and fits right into the middle bracket price range. It produces superb results with fast focusing and excellent colour rendition. I have used it to take insect shots/floral and family portrature and have been more than pleased with the quality of pictures produced. Whether the 100mm 2.8 L series macro lens warrants the extra expenditure I cannot say but overall I would not hesitate in recommending this to anyone who wants a good Canon macro lens at a reasonable price.
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ONE OF MY FLORAL PORTRATURES
(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
a superb lens
the ability to catch detail is astonishing
(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Seriously good lens
By Blackbird Singing
Used properly as a macro this lens is impressive - the quality of the images that can be obtained will not disappoint. The internal focusing is a particularly nice feature - great to have a lens that does not change shape. Be aware, though, that this lens is a bit heavy and the concentration of its weight at the far end (away from the camera) makes it difficult to balance - even on a bigger DSLR. This, however, is a minor issue for serious macro photographers who will be using a sturdy tripod
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