Reviews and Problems with Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
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Pretty Decent Initial Lens
hairlesshobo, B&H Photo
13 August 2015
Excerpt: I received this lens in the EOS 60D kit that I purchased, and I must say, it's a great lens. The image quality is nice and the fact that it has a pretty large zoom range is convenient when going on a photo walk. Great as a general purpose lens.
Pros: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus
Excerpt: I'm new to DSLR with some experience in prosumer digital photography. I find this lens versatile and pretty sturdy. Would recommend as a good starter and all purpose lens. IT does suffer from vignetting and barrel distortion however this is easily fixed in post processing. Using on Canon 60D.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus
nice versitile lens I hope this one holds up better than the last.
Brent H., Amazon
12 April 2015
Summary: This is a great range of wide and zoom for many situations but they have a fatal flaw with the zooming I have one with pieces now rattling inside that wont reliably focus and can grind when zooming. I assume something is stripped. repair would cost as much as replace at this point.
Summary: I own the Canon Rebel XSi and was looking for something that has a little zoom to it, but can still capture closeup shots, especially for travel, events, etc. I'd looked around quite a bit and decided on this focal lens.
Summary: I have a number of cameras and lenses for different purposes. This is my primary lens on my Canon T5i. It is lightweigt for long hikes, yet gives excellent performance. The range is excellent for a lens this size.