Canon EF 100/2,8 L IS USM Macro 1:1

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  • Canon EF 100mm F2.8 L Macro IS USM review

    Plus

    • New Hybrid IS system
    • Distance window is well positioned
    • Weather-resistant
    • Control over distortion is superb

    Minus

    • Focusing in lower light is slower than rivals
    • Softness at edges is disappointing
    • Chromatic aberrations a slight problem

    5 år sedan
  • Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM

    Pros

    • Build Quality
    • USM focusing
    • New Image Stabilisation system
    • High resolution
    • Useful Focus limiter switch

    Cons

    • Supplied lens hood is a little deep for use at close distances
    • Focus breathing can make composition tricky

    Ratings

    • HANDLING: 10/10
    • PERFORMANCE: 10/10
    • VALUE FOR MONEY: 8/10
    • OVERALL: 10/10

    7 år sedan
  • Canon 100mm F2.8 L IS USM Macro Lens Review

    Pros:
    •Superb optical quality
    •Fast, silent, and accurate autofocus; full time manual focus
    •Highly effective image stabilization (for longer subject distances, at least)
    •Solid build, including dust and water sealing

    Cons:
    •Hybrid Image Stabilization still not particularly effective at macro distances
    •Precise manual focus at 'portrait' distances slightly tricky
    •Very expensive compared to non-stabilized alternatives

    7 år sedan
  • The Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM L IS macro is a very fine lens and a welcome new option in the market. The resolution is generally very high although the border quality could be a little better at large aperture settings. Typical for macro lenses distortions are a non-issue. Vignetting is only a real problem at f/2.8. The quality of the bokeh (out-of-focus blur) is excellent and among the best that we've see here. Unfortunately there's still some bokeh fringing which may spoil the game a little at f/2.8, less so at f/4. Lateral CAs are well controlled although potentially (just) visible at the borders. Technically the lens is probably really not superior to the conventional 100mm f/2.8 USM macro but it offers a slightly better build quality and obviously the new hybrid IS which is certainly more than a plus for some. The AF performance is about on par and as such vastly better than third party alternatives.

  • The Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM L IS macro has a comparatively easy play in the APS-C arena. The center to corner resolution is very high up to f/11 and even f/16 is a perfectly usable setting here. Typical for macro lenses distortions are a non-issue. Vignetting is only a slight problem at f/2.8. Lateral CAs are well controlled although potentially (just) visible at the borders. The quality of the bokeh (out-of-focus blur) is excellent and among the best that we've see here. Unfortunately there's still some bokeh fringing which may spoil the game a little at f/2.8, less so at f/4. Technically the lens is probably not superior to the conventional 100mm f/2.8 USM macro but it offers a slightly better build quality and the new hybrid IS. The AF performance is about on par and as such vastly better than third party alternatives. Not an easy decision ...

  • The Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM macro may be a comparatively old lens by now but it's still capable of playing
    in the top league - easily. It provides sharp images straight from f/2.8 and it's downright excellent between
    f/4 and f/8. Diffraction effects reduces the performance thereafter but it's fine to use all the way down to
    f/16. Neither distortions nor lateral CAs are something to worry about. Thanks to its full format design it
    produces only a medium degree of vignetting at f/2.8 when used on APS-C DSLRs. The amount of LoCAs (bokeh fringing)
    is comparatively moderate even at f/2.8. The quality of the bokeh (out-of-focus blur) is pretty good although
    not perfect.

    The Canon lens features a true IF (internal focusing) mechanism so its physical length remains constant
    regardless of the focus setting - in terms of long term durability this is clearly a superior approach
    compared to the usual extension system used in third party lenses. The principal build quality leaves
    also nothing to be desired for a lens in this class. The implementation of the USM (ultrasonic AF) is
    excellent - compared to conventional macro lenses in this range it is a speed daemon here and a near silent
    one.

    All-in-all highly recommended for APS-C EOS DSLRs!

  • The Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM macro may not have the shiny reputation of an L grade lens but it's a great
    performer nonetheless. It provides sharp images straight from f/2.8 all the way down to f/16 and neither
    distortions nor lateral CAs are something to worry about. It produces some pronounced vignetting at f/2.8
    but within the full format test scope it's actually better than most here. The amount of LoCAs
    (bokeh fringing) is comparatively moderate even at f/2.8. The quality of the bokeh (out-of-focus blur)
    is pretty good although not perfect.

    The Canon lens features a true IF (internal focusing) mechanism so its physical length remains constant
    regardless of the focus setting - in terms of long term durability this is clearly a superior approach
    compared to the usual extension system used in third party alternatives. The principal build quality leaves
    also nothing to be desired for a lens in this class. The implementation of the USM (ultrasonic AF) is
    excellent - compared to conventional macro lenses in this range it is a speed daemon here and a near silent
    one.

    Regarding its performance characteristic in this full format scope it is a steal for the money and
    as good as the much more expensive Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM L IS - minus image stabilization and
    a slightly less impressive build quality.

  • Inget betyg
    Canon EF 100 mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM

    Pros

    • sensational picture quality in the frame centre, right from the maximum relative aperture,
    • great frame edge picture quality both on the APS-C and on the full frame,
    • low chromatic aberration,
    • zero distortion,
    • imperceptible coma,
    • low vignetting on the APS-C,
    • autofocus fast, silent and accurate,
    • efficient stabilization,
    • solid and weather-sealed barrel.

    Cons

    • vignetting on the full frame could have been lower.

    7 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Canon EF 100 mm f/2.8 Macro USM

    Pros

    • excellent image quality in the frame centre and at the frame edge at all apertures,
    • negligible chromatic aberration,
    • distortion at practically zero level,
    • very low coma,
    • moderate astigmatism,
    • silent and relatively quick autofocus,
    • good build quality.

    Cons

    • autofocus could have been more accurate.

    7 år sedan