Milton Keynes Trying new photography skills
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Published on: 27 September 2016
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A fast 35mm prime lens for photographers shooting handheld in low light
A 35mm prime lens with a four-stop Image Stabilizer and f/2 maximum aperture – ideal for low-light photography. Ultrasonic AF is fast and accurate. An aspherical lens element boosts image quality.
Offering a natural perspective and a wider angle of view, the EF 35mm f/2 IS USM is a good alternative standard lens to a traditional 50mm optic when used on a full-frame DSLR. On EOS cameras with APS-C sized sensors, it gives an angle of view similar to a 56mm lens.
Shoot handheld in low-light conditions using shutter speeds that are up to four stops slower than usually recommended. Image Stabilizer (IS) technology detects automatically when a photographer is panning to follow moving objects and switches off stabilisation in this direction.
Shooting with apertures as wide as f/2 enables photographers to work with shallow depth of field. Enjoy a bright viewfinder image and use relatively fast shutter speeds even in dim conditions.
Enjoy fast, near-silent autofocus thanks to a ring-type ultrasonic AF motor. Stay in control with full-time manual focus override.
An aspherical lens element maximises image quality while an eight-bladed aperture diaphragm delivers smooth, out-of-focus bokeh. The EF 35mm f/2 IS USM focuses down to 0.24m, letting you get close to your subjects.
|Angle of view (horizontal, vertical, diagonal)||54°, 38°, 63°|
|Lens construction (elements/groups)||10/8|
|No. of diaphragm blades||8|
|Closest focusing distance (m)||0.24|
|Maximum magnification (x)||0.24|
|Image stabilizer||4 stops|
|AF actuator||Ring USM¹|
|Filter diameter (mm)||67|
|Max. diameter x length (mm)||77.9x 62.6|
|Lens Cap||E-67 II|
|Magnification Extension Tube EF12 II||0.60-0.36|
|Magnification Extension Tube EF25 II||1.04-0.79|
|Extender Compatiblity||Not compatible|
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|Value for money|
|Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 24 reviews|
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