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Canon EF 180mm f/3.5 Macro USM 'L' lens review with samples (Full-frame and APS-C)

Here's a venerable Canon 'L' lens which doesn't seem to have been reviewed very often. It has a major reputation for being sharp, though - is it another 'L' classic? And the coin used for testing is an old threepence, not a sixpence, as I accidentally claimed on the soundtrack.

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As always, this is a totally independent review.

This video includes my new test chart, as I've moved to a new place far away from all my old shooting locations. I've tried to make it a colourful one.

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My Canon 70D had to be sold as I was saving up for my wedding/ honeymoon, so I'm still using my old Canon 60D. It's kind of falling to pieces by now! All pictures and footage shot by me on Canon 6D and 60D cameras.

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rex Previously : Most macro lenses are very good, and it's always fun to test :) Have you tried the Tamron 180mm? It's amazing. It also has a ring outside and behind the mount for the lens hood which lets you rotate the filter you have on so you can rotate a polarizing filter if you have one on, pretty neat, but the image quality is amazing as well, even if it's getting old now.
msmartinigirl1 : I bought this lens used a few years ago, it was my first macro lens. I really liked it, but extremely hard to get 1:1 hand held. Also I didn't have a really good tripod or slider which made taking my photo's with it a lot of work and difficult, that being said I think I got some really nice photo's even though I only have a APS-C. Last year I bought the Canon 100mm 2.8 with is and I like it because I can use it without my clunky tripod and have gotten some really nice photo's with it too.
paulbalegend : great review! love watching your lens reviews
Pauline Follett : Another great review. A very interesting lens is the 180mm.
ERA 23 : This is crazy, I just discovered 10 minutes ago that this lens existed before i even came on youtube and saw this.

Canon PowerShot ELPH 180 Review! (New for 2016)

In this video, we check out the Canon PowerShot ELPH 180 to see if it's worth buying.
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8x Optical Zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer helps you capture images with flexibility and ease
20.0 Megapixel CCD sensor combines with the DIGIC 4+ Image Processor to help deliver stunning image quality
720p HD video capabilities
Smart AUTO intelligently selects the proper settings based on predefined shooting situations
Digital IS helps reduce the effect of camera shake and subject movement
Scene Modes such as Fisheye Effect, Toy Camera Effect and Monochrome provide creative freedom to capture your photos
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Zack : just picked one up at a goodwill for 4 bucks. Got a battery charger and it actually still worked. Great little camera for my biking trips, fits in almost any pocket at 3.5 x 2.2 x 0.8" (87 x 55 x 19mm)
divineenergy : ...this review is soo clear, crisp, and clean.
Thank you for keeping it fresh.
Chali Ray : My sister gave me this for Christmas. I like it. A lot. Especially for my street photography. It's small, easy to carry around fast focusing when not shooting macro, and has a pretty good picture quality in low light with close subject. I don't like the flash, it often washes close subject's completely out, and leaves undesirable highlights.I like the various modes too. So far I've loved shooting in monochrome, toy, fisheye, and tilt shift modes. But the low light setting its best used with a tripod and on a timer, which is too much effort for shooting on the go. The video quality is only 720p HD, but I find it to be far better than most cellphone video I've seen. Is good in low light, if you're not shooting professionally, too noisy otherwise, and has a fast autofocus. I definitely recommend for a fun fast street/travel camera.
Rosalinda Duran : I was considering getting this camera mainly for pictures, and occasional video. Then I looked into the Elph 360/350 and saw that those two cameras shared a lot of similarities. So based on your experience with the Canon Elph 180 and 360, do you think it would make more sense getting the 350 even if it's two year since it'll be released?

Shoot VR with Canon’s New RF5.2mm F2.8 L Dual Fisheye Lens

It’s time to create VR through a new lens. The RF5.2mm F2.8 L Dual Fisheye Lens brings VR to Canon EOS, opening a world of possibilities for digital storytellers. It’s the world’s first digital interchangeable lens that shoots stereoscopic 3D 180° VR to a single image sensor*, outputting a single image file for a convenient VR workflow. This L-Series RF mount lens is compact, lightweight, and portable, shooting stereoscopic 3D* with a 60mm interpupillary distance and a maximum aperture of f/2.8 to a deep depth of field f/16. An exciting new entry to the realm of 180° VR production, the RF5.2mm F2.8 L Dual Fisheye Lens brings VR in reach.

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*When paired with the Canon EOS R5 camera equipped with firmware update version 1.5.0 or later, and with the use of Canon EOS VR Software solutions. Viewing in 3D requires a compatible Head Mount Display.
cadmus777 : I'm not a Canon shooter, and there is a 0% chance I'll ever own this lens, but it's hard not to applaud the innovation here. Great job Canon!
Răzvan Gogan : I needed this 2 years ago while shooting my first VR180 Horror movie! This is genius!
Jeven Dovey : Amazing! Makes shooting VR 180 soooooo much easier. I can't wait to test one of these out
bmurching : Impressive and curious how this lens splits dual world views across a single sensor. Cool!
VideoJockey : Love innovations like these that bring the next generation closer and closer.




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