Reviews and Problems with Canon EF 135mm f/2.8 with Softfocus
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A Very Good Lens at a Bargain Price
L. Farwell, Amazon
12 May 2015
Summary: Canon 135mm f2.8 SF product review The Canon 135mm f2.8 SF lens can be used either as a soft focus or as a normal telephoto lens. (I have no plans to use mine as a soft focus lens.) Recently I decided to give up on zoom lenses because they are too heavy for me to handle.
Summary: Over twenty years after it was designed, I can say with confidence that Canon got it right with this lens. If you are looking for a relatively fast prime lens at this focal length, this is probably the cheapest option to get you in the game.
Summary: The EF 135 2.8 SF was among Canon's original EF lens offerings during the 1987 EOS System debut. The designation "Soft Focus" refers to the two levels of dial-in spherical aberration that softens and imparts a beautiful glow to the image.
Dennis M. Meinert "I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. Confucius", Amazon
7 July 2013
Summary: Much smaller, lighter and faster (better low-light performance, brighter image) than a zoom-zoom. I don't use the soft focus feature (you can lock it in the "off" position) so I can't comment on it. If doesn't have IS but if you can live without IS it's really affordable.
Summary: Packaged good. Great timing! Works great! Durable. This is a real review lol. I know we are skeptical at times reading these things. I'm satisfied. Very sharp image. Works great on my Canon t3i. Soft focus has a off function
Summary: What a beautiful lens. All I can say is those of you who've never shot this lens, you won't believe it until you pixilate your screen with the sharpest images you've ever seen. What's been said many times before is true. Canon makes beautiful pieces of glass and this is another.
Summary: I bought this lens in the 1990s, chiefly because a number of my family members are older and don't appreciate photographs containing facial wrinkles. Although this problem can now be eliminated through the use of various Photoshop (TM) techniques, these techniques still leave the individual's skin...