Canon EF-S 24mm STM Lens
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- Lightweight at just 125 grams
- 35mm-equivalent focal length offers a slightly wider perspective for versatile use
- Optimized lens element placement and aspheric element deliver quality images and balanced colours from the centre of the composition all the way to the corners
- Specialized coatings on the lens elements minimize ghosting and flare
- Seven-blade circular aperture provides outstanding detail out of focus
- STM motor allows for silent and smooth focus tracking on EOS cameras with Movie Servo AF, while micro-stepping drive keeps aperture changes quiet
- Able to focus to subjects 0.16 metre or 0.5 foot close
- Offers full-time manual focus, and manual AF adjustment (one-shot AF)
- Lens Cap E-52II
- Lens Dust Cap E
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Of the 906 reviewers who responded, 877 would recommend this product.
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- Great bang for the buck for a wide angle lens- December 26, 2021
I have an old Canon Rebel T3i (from 2011), and my first lens was the inexpensive but amazing 50mm f/1.8 prime lens. Although I eventually moved to another camera ecosystem (Sony), I still enjoy breaking out my old cameras. I decided to take a chance on bringing the Rebel to photograph a recent event but needed a decent wide angle lens. (It was a comic convention, so pics were of cosplayers like misselliehoneybee and mayan.goddess on IG.) This 24mm f/2.8 lens went on sale, and I also had a coupon and rewards points that knocked off another 25% off. But this lens surprised me with how awesome the images it captured were. Very little distortion for a wide angle “pancake” lens and very sharp with great colors. It’s small size paired with the light weight of the Rebel made it just as much a joy to use as my Sony mirrorless camera system. I ended up using it 95% of the time compared to the 50mm lens. I highly recommend this lens if you’re using Canon’s line of APS-C crop sensor cameras.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent value for price.- August 13, 2021
I bought this lens to take with me to Tulum, Mexico. I didn’t want to carry around a camera bag with all my lenses and needed something that could work in any situation. Man, the 24 mm on my Canon 77D gave me some of the best photos of my life. Excellent performance in low light, great bokeh, photographs food really well, and excellent portraits. This will now be the lens I use the most!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great lens great value- February 12, 2021
Theres no reason At this price to not have this lens in your arsenal.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing landscape lens for the basic hobbyist- March 12, 2016
Let's be honest: photography equipment--especially lenses--are ridiculously expensive! $10,000 for a single super-telephoto lens??!! Not likely!! Thankfully, Canon has a small assortment of affordable lenses for those of us who are photography hobbyists but neither pros nor made of money. The 24mm "pancake" lens will satisfy the majority of amateur photographers for their landscape photos. I just came back from an afternoon excursion to Cape Cod, and this lens stayed on my Rebel T5 the majority of the time. Definitely well worth the money!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Small, Light and just right- September 11, 2016
I bought this lens to complement the 50mm lens that i have in my kit (along with my 10-24, my 18-55, 55-250, and my 18-200 lenses). Although zoom lenses have their place, low light photography is not one of them (unless you are spending SERIOUS money). On a C sensor Canon camera - namely any of the T series (T4, T3i, T4, T4i, T5, T5i), D70, D80 or SL1, this lens works like a 35mm lens on a full size sensor camera. With an f2.8 you can open it up all the way to do low light shooting, as well as being able to do portrait shooting with a good blur on the back ground. Photos through this lens are sharp at all f stops. Additionally it has the same diameter as the f1.8 50mm lens (52mm) so you can use the same filters on both lenses When coupled to the SL1 (a light camera to start with) it becomes a combo that is lighter than some "all in one" cameras,Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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