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Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM Lens
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- Wide angle lens for Canon APS C cameras (equivalent to 38 millimeter on a full frame camera)
- Focal Length & Maximum Aperture: 24 millimeter 1:2.8, maximum magnification of x0.27
- Slimmest and lightest lens of the EF S series
- Circular aperture (7 blades) delivers beautiful, soft backgrounds
- Full time manual focus allows manual focus adjustment while in One Shot AF mode
- Minimum focusing distance of 0.16 meters /0.5 feet
- This product is compatible with all non full frame Canon EOS digital SLRs
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|Compatible Camera Mount||Canon EF-S||Canon EF-S||Canon EF||Canon||Canon EF||Canon EF, Canon EF-S|
|Focus Type||Stepper motor||Manual Focus||Stepper motor||manual-and-auto||Auto/Manual||Stepper motor|
|Item Dimensions||0.91 x 2.68 x 2.68 inches||2.69 x 2.69 x 0.90 inches||1.54 x 2.72 x 2.72 inches||3.54 x 3.54 x 3.54 inches||3.27 x 3.27 x 3.27 inches||1.54 x 2.72 x 2.72 inches|
|Item Weight||4.41 ounces||4.41 ounces||5.60 ounces||—||2.65 ounces||—|
|Lens Type||Wide Angle||Wide Angle||Standard||Wide Angle||Wide Angle||Prime Lens|
|Maximum Aperture||2.8 millimeters||1||f/1.8||—||2 millimeters||f/1.80|
|Maximum Focal Length||24 millimeters||24 millimeters||50 millimeters||58.0 millimeters||35 millimeters||50.00 millimeters|
|Minimum Focal Length||24 millimeters||24 millimeters||50 millimeters||58.0 millimeters||35 millimeters||50.00 millimeters|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||52 millimeters||52 millimeters||49 millimeters||58.0 millimeters||52 millimeters||49.00 millimeters|
Ef-s mount lens/APS-C format 38mm (35mm equivalent) one aspherical element optimized lens coatings STM AF motor supports movie Servo AF Micro-Stepping drive aperture mechanism full-time manual focus override rounded 7-blade diaphragm slim design measures less than 1-Thick.
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EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM
Incredibly lightweight, the EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM is a fast and versatile lens with advanced AF and superior optics. With a 35mm equivalent focal length of 38mm, it's appropriate for a variety of purposes. The lens features optimized lens element placement and includes an aspheric element for high image quality from the center of the composition to the corners, and has specialized coatings on the lens elements to reduce ghosting and flare. To ensure excellent color balance, a 7-blade circular aperture provides superb out-of-focus detail. The EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM excels during movie shooting thanks to its STM motor that enables silent and smooth focus tracking (on EOS cameras with Movie Servo AF), plus a micro-stepping drive that keeps aperture changes quiet. The lens also offers full-time manual focus, manual AF adjustment (one-shot AF), and can focus down to a minimum distance of 0.5 ft. (0.16m). Delivering optical brilliance in a lightweight and unobtrusive construction, the EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM is a great fixed-optical length lens for photographers looking to add a travel-friendly option to their collection.
- Focal Length & Maximum Aperture: 24mm 1:2.8
- Lens Construction: 6 elements in 5 groups
- Diagonal Angle of View: 59°10'
- Focus Adjustment: Full lens extension
- Closest Focusing Distance: 0.52 ft. / 0.16 m
- Filter Size: 52mm
- Max Diameter x Length, Weight: Approx. 2.7 x 0.9 in. / 68.2 x 22.8 mm, Approx. 4.4 oz. / 125 g
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It also has a wonderful profession feel about it. Super sturdy feel with a quick focus that makes few errors unlike the 50mm. It also makes your camera feel tiny because of it's pancake low profile. Excellent job Canon.
I started shooting only primes because I hate the low light color noise from my zoom lens. So glad I did this! If only there were cheap wider angle EF-S lenses. I want to get my hands on a ~17mm prime.
My Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 is one of the best walk around zooms for EF-S, but at the same settings, my primes are way sharper and brighter. I think my zoom (or zooms in general?) has a higher t-stop (less light coming through at same settings and ISO) compared to my primes.
Before getting this 24mm, my other primes are a Canon 50mm f/1.8 and Sigma 30mm f/1.4. They are so sharp and clear in low light compared to my Tamron zoom. I shoot at this comedy theater often — it’s live theater, so I have no control over lighting, I have no control over the actors’ movement, and I don’t know what the staging will be throughout the show. I need fast lenses. The low light results from my Tamron zoom made me so unhappy. They weren’t as sharp and clear as my 50 and 30mm primes. I had to get a wide angle prime.
This Canon EF-S 24mm pancake lens is SO good! I’m really happy with it. It lets in a lot of light like my other Canon lens. (My Sigma’s t-stop isn’t as low as compared to my 50 and 24mm lenses but it’s still very good. I’ve also had the Sigma 30mm for three times as long as my Canon 50mm, so maybe me having dropped the Sigma a couple times probably makes a difference :-o)
Anyway, if you want a cheap wide angle, get this lens. It’s wonderful!
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Let’s face it people, don't fool yourselves, camera equipment and post processing has gotten Soooo good, the only reason someone cannot get great pictures is skill, vision, conditions, chance and a lot of luck. Stop blaming lenses or your camera body, this lens will not save you. Unless you are PRINTING pictures larger than 10”x6”, most 1080P computer monitors are only 2 megapixels, 4K is only 9MP. That’s right, your 25MP camera can only be reproduced at 2MP on a 1080P monitor. It does give you freedom to crop mind you.
In fact, if your pictures are 100% tack sharp, perfectly lit corner to corner, they are probably not very interesting anyway. Just search for "most expensive photographs ever". You'll see 99% of them are grainy, blurry and corners are dark.
You are not buying this lens for image quality, for which it is VERY good (most are), you are buying it for light weight, small size, low cost and portability. I will not review lens parameters as this is listed all over the web. The only thing this lens is missing is Image Stabilization, which could be had with the EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM at four times the price, more weight and larger size. If this lens had IS, it would be a home run.
Case in point, I will post three VERY mundane pictures (F2.8 1/320sec, ISO-100) that I have taken hand held on an overcast sky. First is original, the next two VERY cropped. No post processing has been added (i.e. no sharpening, saturation, corner falloff correction at F2.8). This is taken on a Canon T1I (2009) in JPG (not RAW). You can see balls of water frozen in midair and the ribs in the rebar that are undetectable in the original full size. The cropped pictures are only 457KB & 116KB when I uploaded it and that is before Amazon messes with it. Last picture is not usable but am just pointing out the detail. Do these sharp "details" make this a good picture (no)? If you want/need 24mm @ F2.8 in a small, light, inexpensive package, just buy it already it's great.
The 50mm was also excellent but brought the subject a little too close for our use.
This 24mm is a great general use lens for low-light indoor pics as well as crisp outdoor pics. Much better than the 18-55mm kit zoom lens that came with the camera.
Very happy so far.
Love the size. Fits in pockets no problem.
Attached test of lens.
Con: you can’t zoom in or out.
Pro: handy, light weight, good picture quality
-leggero e piccolo
-ottimo per fotografie da interni e paesaggi sia grazie alla luminosità che all'angolo di visione(è un 24mm ma su aps-c diventa circa 38mm) quindi vantaggioso rispetto un 50mm che non permette foto in luoghi con poco spazio
-messa a fuoco silenziosa
-qualità dell'immagine bella ma forse un 50mm dà più soddisfazione
-con tanta luce è più semplice da usare di un 50mm perché meno luminoso e si farà più fatica a bruciare le zone più luminose (consiglio comunque di fotografare in RAW e poi di elaborare le foto con lightroom)
-in controluce la messa a fuoco può far fatica
-l'effetto sfuocato pensavo fosse più presente essendo 2.8 ma invece rispetto il 50mm(che però è 1.8) c'è un abisso
-le immagini sono nitide ma non quanto un 50mm
In sostanza se uno può permetterselo economicamente consiglio di comprare sia un 50mm sia questo 24mm in quanto sono complementari e in base alle situazioni si può decidere quale usare.
Se invece bisogna scegliere uno dei due:
-50mm per ritratti(all'aperto o perlomeno dove si ha molto spazio visto che su aps-c diventa un 75mm) dove si vuole un bell'effetto sfuocato
-24mm per ritratti dove si ha poco spazio(con un effetto sfuocato nettamente ridotto) e per foto di paesaggi
-Per lo street-photography sono belli entrambi ma bisogna tenere conto dei pro e dei contro
Comunque hanno entrambi un'ottima qualità prezzo(100-150€) e li consiglio
Picture quality is likely somewhat better than the kit lens, but when I use a RAW editor, I don’t notice a great difference; the benefits are in better low light functionality, less chromatic aberration, and deeper bokeh.
I recommend this lens to anyone looking to get a nice decently wide prime lens on a budget.
I use it with my Canon 60D. Despite narrower aperture than the 50mm, the 24mm needs even less light. I can get away with just adjusting the AEB settings by a point or two in low light, and not touching aperture, ISO and shutter speed, without flash. Close-up shots are, needless to say, much easier than with the 50mm or 40mm. I don't need a macro lens to photograph coins and watches. Since the 24mm has greater DOF than the 50mm lens, I can actually manage to take selfies (until my arm hurts from the camera weight)!
The lens weighs and measures next to nothing, so I don't have to carry my huge camera bag along; it fits nicely with the camera in my daily handbag. Less noisy than the 50mm (I mean literal sound, not grain!), the lens feels sturdy and not as cheap as the 50mm did. It fits more securely than the other two.
I have managed to take decent videos with this - better quality than my Sony Handycam.
This lens and my zoom lens are all I will need at my level!
Cons: No IS. But that's expected at this price, and I've had fewer shaky shots thanks to the lightweight lens.
Non sempre da ragazzi si riusciva ad acquistare subito una seconda ottica e questo fattore ci portava, nostro malgrado, a divenire "esperti" fotografi perché col solo 50 mm dovevamo coprire alla meglio tutti gli ambiti fotografici, avvicinandoci o allontanandoci dal soggetto. Ecco, questa è un ' ottica che porta a fare questo non potendo zoomare comodamente da lontano. A questo punto consiglio anche, ai giovani, di provare virtualmente il fascino della pellicola simulandola con pochi accorgimenti: oscurare lo schermo così da non controllare lo scatto, imporsi un valore ISO, qualsivoglia, e non cambiarlo al variare dell'illuminazione e, importantissimo, scattare SOLO 36 scatti, che era la misura del rullino. Avere a disposizione solo 36 scatti e, ancora meglio, scattare in manuale o al massimo in priorità tempi o diaframmi, ma non in automatico, può solo far bene alla fotografia vostra e allo spirito di chi poi guarderà quanto prodotto.
CONCLUSIONE: l'ottica fa il suo dovere alla grande ed anche a tutta apertura mi è parsa avere una vignettatura contenuta peraltro presente anche in altre ottiche ben più costose. Per il costo tutto sommato contenuto non mi sono lamentato dell'assenza del paraluce. Anche lì questione di abitudine perché una volta erano sempre venduti separatamente. Un filtro uv lo consiglio per protezione agli urti. Dopo di che via, uscire a scattare variando orari e meteo con la consapevolezza di avere un ottica che se usata bene si presta a qualsiasi genere di fotografia.
PS: I am no longer using the 18-55mm kit lens after buying this one :) as the picture quality of this lens is far better than kit lens.
Good for photography in room and tighter conditions
Less background bokeh as it max out at f2.8
Overall good lens to have in the kit.