Reviews and Problems with Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM
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Sharp Macro Lens
M, B&H Photo
31 July 2014
Excerpt: I used the EF-S 60mm Macro to take pictures of flowers at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania. The lens worked very well and the pictures were sharp. I was using the camera hand held. I tried several different f stop settings and noticed some of the larger ones such as f2.8 to 3.5 seemed to give better...
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight
Excerpt: Before purchasing this lens I scoured the reviews on many other Macro lenses here at BH. Narrowing it down to the Canon 60mm, 100mm, and 180mm. I really wanted to get sharp nature/butterfly photos that would reveal details that our eyes cannot see.
Excerpt: I've only used the product for a couple of weeks, but first results meet/exceed my expectations. My interest is in close up shots of flowers and insects. I've learned: (1) the lens does a far better job than my 17-55mm f2.8 lens (as well it should), (2) DOF is very shallow, (3) and hand-held shots...
Excerpt: Paired with my Canon 7D, this lens captures outstanding detail and its depth-of-field control makes it a true artist's tool. Even wide open, the images are crisp. Using it as a prime lens for video also means precise image control.
Pros: Crisp Focus, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Nice Bokeh
Excerpt: Purchased this lens for macro work. I already have the kit 135mm canon and Tamika 11-16mm wide angle lens for my Canon 70D. This lens looks like the perfect lens to keep on the camera unless you need a wide angle or zoom. Ive used it so far for portraits and closeups on flowers.
Pros: Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Rugged
Summary: This lens has converted me to seldom shoot anything that isn't prime. I couldn't ever see myself giving up the convenience of my zooms, but the sharpness of this lens is too much to pass up. I always use it, if at all feasible.