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The Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM Lens is a telephoto zoom lens designed for digital SLR cameras. The lens falls in budget category of lenses and is also one of the lightest lens in its category. This Canon lens has construction of 13 elements in 9 groups and has super spectra coating, which reduces flare and ghosting and enhances contrast. The telephoto zoom lens has 7 diaphragm blades and maximum viewing angle of 32 degrees.
This Canon lens has focal length of 75 - 300 mm and maximum aperture of f/4-5.6. With dimensions of 71 x 122 mm, the lens has light weight of 480 g. The rotating type zoom in this lens gives maximum magnification of 0.25x and optical zoom of 4x. The lens has filter attachment size of 58 mm.
The focus can be adjusted from the front group rotating extension system and is powered by Micro USM Auto Focus Motor. This Canon telephoto zoom lens has closest focusing distance of 1.5 m. The lens is compatible with Canon EF mount.
|Hoya:||58 mm Circular Polarizer, 58 mm HD Ultra Violet, 58 mm HMC (NDX4) Neutral Density, 58 mm Pro1 Digital Circular Polarizer, Digital Filter kit 58 mm, HMC 58 mm Ultra Violet|
|Marumi:||58 mm Circular Polarizer|
|Kenko:||Pro ND4 (W) 58 mm, Zeta Protector (W) 58 mm, Zeta Wideband C-PL (W) 58 mm|
|Rs. 7412 Rs. 6176|
|Rs. 2650 Rs. 2300|
|Rs. 6300 Rs. 4915|
|Rs. 3400 Rs. 2650|
|Rs. 2990 Rs. 2335|
|Model||EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM|
|Maximum Focal Length||300 mm|
|Minimum Focal Length||75 mm|
|Aperture with Max Focal Length||f/4 - 5.6|
|Aperture with Min Focal Length||f/32 - 45|
|Other specifications||USM Autofocus Motor, Super Spectra Coatings, Lightweight Design, Fully Electronic Lens Mount, Magnification - Extension Tube EF12 II: 0.31 - 0.04, Magnification - Extension Tube EF25 II: 0.39 - 0.09|
|Lens Construction (Elements/Groups)||13 Elements in 9 Groups|
|Angle of View||Diagonal: 32° 11′ - 8° 15′, Horizontal: 27° - 6° 50′, Vertical: 18° 11′ - 4° 35′|
|Closest focusing distance||1.5 m|
|Maximum Magnification (x)||0.25|
|Minimum Aperture||32 - 45|
|Drive System||Micro USM|
|Filter Attachment Size||58 mm|
|Dimensions||71 x 122 mm (Diameter x Length)|
|In the Box||Lens|
Only recently i was in the market for a telephoto. And 75-300 and 55-250 were the only ones within my budget. By the look of things you get an extra 50mm ... translated to 80mm in a crop camera like my 500d... and you get it cheaper. While looking at both, the 75-300 even appears more rugged and smart. so why? yes!! IS (image stabiliztion). 55-250 comes with IS while 75-300 does not. Canon lenses are known (and rightly so) because of IS, and here we have one without it.
Even then I went out to the store and had a look and feel. And I got the answer immidiately. Even while holding your breath I got blurry pics at 300mm while sharp ones at 250mm (other things being constant). so dont waste the 13k, spend another 3k and get the 55-250 instead. I assure you that you wont be able to carry a tripod everywhere and besides 50mm beyond 250mm wont make much of a difference. Also the pic from the 55-250 are quite sharp (sharper than the kit lens and in league with the 50mm 1.8 pics).
Good in-expensive Zoom Lens, Very smooth focusing. You will be excited when you use it on First Day, second day you may be disappointed, more Practice needed to capture good pics as it doesn't have IS. Use Breathing Techniques & Work with the Good Shutter speed accordingly... F8 is the good aparture point
Lens takes long-distance snaps with high clarity. Zoom equivalent of 300m would be 16.6x. But unfortunately you need a tripod (or a super-human steady hand) along with this product. Otherwise, your images blur - as this lens is not equipped with an image-stabilizer.
Lens is fit with ultra-sonic motor; so auto-focus is near soundless - good feature to have if you're photographing wildlife.
Using the lens for quiet some time. The picture quality is good. But we always has to be careful not to be shaky while taking snap especially when taking distant shots.
There is no IS facility. So tripod is a good to have.
The 70-300 IS is an alternative, comparatively expensive. but it should be a worth buy.
This lens is good but it has no inbuilt IS (Image Stabilizer)
So in case you are going to use this lens extensively then it you better get a tripod.
If you are looking something close to this in the same price range then you can go for EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Lens