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M. Clouse, I have both the 35mm L lens and the 50mm non-L lens. Like you, I love the 50mm lens but it is not sharp wide open. It sharpens up pretty well in the center by f/2.8, but the corners are soft even at f/5.6. The 35mm L lens is not in the same league. It is almost 4 times as expensive, built like a tank, has a … see more M. Clouse, I have both the 35mm L lens and the 50mm non-L lens. Like you, I love the 50mm lens but it is not sharp wide open. It sharpens up pretty well in the center by f/2.8, but the corners are soft even at f/5.6. The 35mm L lens is not in the same league. It is almost 4 times as expensive, built like a tank, has a completely different lens formula, ring USM focusing system rather than the old design in the 50mm, and is sharp at f/1.4 even out to the edge of the field. Like the 50mm, it gets a little sharper stopped down, but it is so sharp at f/1.4, there is not much room for improvement. You will not be disappointed with the 35mm L. It is a very fine lens optically and mechanically. see less M. Clouse, I have both the 35mm L lens and the 50mm non-L lens. Like you, I love the 50mm lens but it is not sharp wide open. It sharpens up pretty well in the center by f/2.8, but the corners are soft even at f/5.6. The 35mm L lens is not in the same league. It is almost 4 times as expensive, built like a tank, has a completely different lens formula, ring USM focusing system rather than the old design in the 50mm, and is sharp at f/1.4 even out to the edge of the field. Like the 50mm, it gets a little sharper stopped down, but it is so sharp at f/1.4, there is not much room for improvement. You will not be disappointed with the 35mm L. It is a very fine lens optically and mechanically.
By Randolph J Ruttger on February 5, 2014
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Yes
By M. Lee on May 6, 2013
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Yes, all canon DSLR's will work with this lens right out of the box. That's everything from the 450D to the 60D to the 5D and all the cameras in between. Only Canon's mirrorless (EOS-M) camera will require an adapter to use this lens.
By Matt S on April 24, 2013
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72mm
By Loralei Brooks on March 28, 2014
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yes! this lens compatible thanks
By TOKAI CAMERA SHOP FROM Japan F… SELLER on March 10, 2017
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Yes - I have been using mine on crop (70d) but am switching to full frame and will be going to a 50mm. If interested - I will lower price and upgrade to 2 day shipping at no additional price. See my listing.
By ufcd_2014 SELLER on October 28, 2016
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Yes it will.
By Amanda C. on July 18, 2016
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Nope, this lens does not have any manual aperture control.
By Replay Tech SELLER on June 27, 2016
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Yes, just like all other L lenses of canon, it is designed to fit both EF and EFs mounts meaning for both full frame and cropped sensors.
By Accestore SELLER on October 8, 2016
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Vendors (in this case, Canon) sets and adjusts the prices due to supply & demand among a variety of other factors. Fluctuations are normal. Use a price tracker or keep checking back until you find it at a price you want. Amazon does not raise prices based off of your personal views/clicks on a product.
I wouldn't coun… see more
Vendors (in this case, Canon) sets and adjusts the prices due to supply & demand among a variety of other factors. Fluctuations are normal. Use a price tracker or keep checking back until you find it at a price you want. Amazon does not raise prices based off of your personal views/clicks on a product.
I wouldn't count on the price swinging down im the near future (holiday season premium maybe?) see less
Vendors (in this case, Canon) sets and adjusts the prices due to supply & demand among a variety of other factors. Fluctuations are normal. Use a price tracker or keep checking back until you find it at a price you want. Amazon does not raise prices based off of your personal views/clicks on a product.
I wouldn't count on the price swinging down im the near future (holiday season premium maybe?)

By Richard Kim on October 22, 2014