Reviews and Problems with Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
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Incorrect photo for product title.
Andrew V, Amazon
29 September 2014
Summary: Beware of the listing, as the photo does not match the title. There are several versions of this lens which appear similar, and the photo is of the earlier non-"USM" version, which many of the listings are selling. The lens you get may match the picture, but you won't be getting the "USM" version.
Summary: This lens is great and if you want to take some amazing pictures I would suggest it for its great versatility. This lens is the first that we have gotten and it does what we need so far. Great for beginning!!!
Summary: I own 3 lens. This is the worst, Feels and looks like garbage. Focus is pretty bad but Ok, Have tryed the IS version, way better than this even without IS on, Note that the IS one has a bigger front element. Also zoom is awkward, Overall. Things to think about: 1.-This lens has a P&S quality. 2.
Summary: This is the Kit Lens that came with the 30D purchased new from National Camera. Pay attention to the title. If the lens is marked just as the title, then we are on the same page. Don't get suckered into a kit lens. It will end up on a deep shelf a month later.
Summary: I dont know what lens everyone else here got but look at the photo on this product page.. this is NOT a USM lens, it does not say USM anywhere on the lens which means it is NOT a USM lens, at least the one I have is not a USM.
Summary: I have this lens, because it came with my Rebel XT. It was the first SLR camera I ever owned, and good deal that it came with it's own lens. Well, when I first had it... it worked pretty good. My pictures were pretty sharp and good quality.
Summary: I got this lens to go with my Canon EOS 6.3MP Digital Rebel Camera. This is a very basic lens not for professional photographers. The lens works great and has taken photos of images that I need most of the time.
Summary: I got this lens as part of a 20d kit. The lens feels cheaply made, with plastic construction. Feeling cheap isn't the only problem as many of the images come out pretty soft. I ended up buying the Sigma 18-125 after about 3 months of putzing around with this lens.