Reviews and Problems with Canon EF 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 USM
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Ted Soqui Photography, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Great lens for everything. I took mine around the world. Love the price. Quality seems low on build, but optically it's amazing. You cannot go wrong using this lens. There isn't an image stabilizer, but I didn't miss it. Allowed me to take more pictures using less battery power.
Summary: Good for the price. At either extreme of zoom there is definite ghosting/shadowing and loss of focus, but this isn't the lens' fault, this type of artifacting is common among large zoom ranges. I can easily see this lens being used for amateur family trips.
Summary: I bought this lens instead of the normal 55mm lens. I am glad that I did this because I could do wide angle as well as far distance. Its mated to a Canon 30D and for all these years, the camera and lens worked perfectly for me.
If you can get a nice one for less than 150.00, do it.
17 November 2012
Summary: Great starter lens for amatuer film photography. I'm using this on a Canon EOS 5/A2 35mm slr. Auto focus is quick, albeit noisy relative to today's latest dslr lenses. Manual focus ring isn't very smooth, but it's more than manageable.