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Canon EF-S 18-55MM F/3.5-5.6 IS II


Canon EF-S 18-55MM F/3.5-5.6 IS II




Canon has maintained the position that image stabilization functions best when installed in the lens. According to Canon, "The advantages of IS in the lens are, first, that each IS system can be designed and optimized for its specific application, yielding a level of performance unattainable by the in-body, shifting sensor technique. Second, one can see the image stabilization effect in the finder. The image is steady; accurate framing is possible; the AF point can be placed precisely, and the photographer can concentrate on the shot and capture the best moment. Panning is also easier and more effective than with the in-body approach." With that understanding along with the popularity of IS, it is not surprising that Canon introduced an image stabilized version of the value-priced Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II Lens currently included in many Canon DSLR kits.

What was less apparent from the announcement was that the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens would bring us an upgrade in optical performance as well. Before reading any farther, you need to be aware that all Canon EOS cameras can accept EF lenses but only Canon EF-S compatible bodies (1.6x FOVCF only) can accept EF-S lenses.



Specification
Maximum format size APS-C
Focal length 18-55mm
35mm equivalent focal length (APS-C) 29-88mm
Diagonal angle of view(APS-C) 74° - 27°
Maximum aperture F3.5-5.6
Minimum aperture F22-38
Lens Construction • 11 elements/9 groups
• 1 Aspherical element
Number of diaphragm blades 6
Minimum focus 0.25m
Maximum magnification 0.34x at 55mm
AF motor type DC Micro Motor
Focus method Extending front element
Image stabilization • 4 stops
• Single mode (no panning
Filter thread • 58mm
• Rotates on focus
Supplied accessories • Front and rear caps
Optional accessories • EW-60C Hood
• LP814 Case
Weight 200 g (7.1 oz)
Dimensions 68.5 mm diameter x 70 mm length
(2.7 x 2.8 in)
Lens Mount Canon EF-S only
Other Supplies distance information for E-TTL II flash metering



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