In more than 99% of the moments you’ll take a picture, storing the file as a high quality jpg will be good enough to
In 2009, Canon released the Canon 100 mm IS Macro. The main difference with the ‘normal’ 100 mm Macro of Canon is the built-in image
In 1991, the Canon 100 mm, fully named Canon 100 mm 2.0 USM, was put on the market, and has always been somewhat snowed under by
The Sigma 70-200 mm 2.8 EX DG OS HSM, summarized Sigma 70-200 mm 2.8 OS, is also a popular lens in combination with a camera
Canon came with the Canon 60 mm 2.8 Macro in 2005. This lens, officially called Canon EF-S 60 mm 2.8 USM Macro, can only be
In 2005, Canon released the Canon 24-105 mm. fully named Canon 24-105 mm 4.0 L IS. This lens was often sold in combination with the 5D.
In 1991, the Canon 100 mm 2.0 was put on the market. This lens has always been somewhat snowed under by the nearly as big
In 2009, Canon released the Canon 100 mm IS Macro. The main difference with the ‘normal’ 100 mm 2.8 Macro of Canon is the built-in
In 2001, the first version of the Canon 16-35 mm was put on the market, which succeeded the 17-35 mm 2.8. In September 2007, the
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