Reviews and Problems with Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II
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Good lens for the price
Vern, B&H Photo
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: Outdoor use. I haven't had the lens that long, but the photo's I've taken with it have very good quality (using a Canon 60D. A good lens to have in you camera bag if your watching you photogragh budget, but want good quality photos. I have no negatives comments on the lens at this time.
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus
Excerpt: I purchased this lens for my wife's Canon T2i. It is exactly what she needs, she takes lots of nature pictures and she is very pleased. Very good results for the price. I have to add that you cannot beat B&H for service. I got quick and very informed help from the online chat.
Summary: Purchased this set for my daughter who is an aspiring photographer. She hasn't fully used it, however, she tried it out on a few photo shots and the pics were stunning. Love the clarity it gave the pics. It fit perfectly on her Canon.
Excerpt: The canon box itself was sealed with souq.com sticker, not sure whether the product legitimately without seal from canon or it was checked from souq.com warehouse first before dispatching to make sure the product is working. The product was fresh from the box and so far so good.
Excerpt: Great for the price, and highly underrated! Its a perfect lens for those who can't afford "L" lenses. The focus is good (9/10 times gives perfect, sharp images). Only downside is its really plasticky (I guess thats why its cheap). Overall, I would say its the best entry-level zoom lens!
Pros: Consistent Output, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight