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The Canon EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS is a standard Zoom lens and is designed for digital SLR cameras. The lens construction consists of 16 elements in 12 groups, including two molded glass aspheric lenses and two UD lenses. This Canon lens has 8 Diaphragm Blades and has maximum Viewing Angle of 74.3 degrees.
The zoom lens has Focal range of 18 - 200 mm and Aperture of f/3.5-5.6. The camera has dimensions of 78.6 x 102 mm and weighs 595 g. This Canon lens has Maximum Magnification of 0.24x and can Optically Zoom up to 11.1x. The lens can Manually Zoom and has 5-groups helical zoom. The Filter Attachment size of this lens is 72 mm. In terms of Focus, a user can use both Manual and Automatic Focus. The lens has closest Focusing Distance of 0.45 m.
The Canon EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS can be mounted on any digital SLR camera which supports Canon EF-S mount. This lens has a built-in Optical Image Stabilizer with Automatic panning detection feature. The Canon zoom lens uses Micro Motor Drive System.
|Hoya:||72 mm Circular Polarizer, 72 mm HMC (NDX8) Neutral Density, Digital Filter kit 72 mm, HMC 72 mm Ultra Violet|
|Marumi:||72 mm Circular Polarizer, 72 mm Ultra Violet Haze|
|Kenko:||Pro ND4 (W) 72 mm, Zeta Protector (W) 72 mm, Zeta UV L41 (W) 72 mm, Zeta Wideband C-PL (W) 72 mm|
|Rs. 1350 Rs. 1215|
|Rs. 4000 Rs. 3500|
|Rs. 9500 Rs. 7410|
|Rs. 6200 Rs. 4840|
|Rs. 4490 Rs. 3500|
|Model||EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS|
|Maximum Focal Length||200 mm|
|Minimum Focal Length||18 mm|
|Aperture with Max Focal Length||f/3.5 - 5.6|
|Aperture with Min Focal Length||f/22 - 36|
|Other specifications||Distance Scale, 4 Stop Image Stabilizer, Automatic Panning and Tripod Detection, Aspherical and UD Lens Elements, Super Spectra Lens Coatings Combat Ghosting and Flare, Zoom Lock, Circular Aperture, Compact Fast and Lightweight, Durable Build Quality and Lead-free Optics, Magnification - Extension Tube EF12 II: 0.39 - 0.06, Magnification - Extension Tube EF25 II: 0.56 0.14|
|Lens Construction (Elements/Groups)||16 Elements in 12 Groups|
|Angle of View||Diagonal: 74° 20′ - 7° 50′, Horizontal: 64° 30′ - 6° 30′, Vertical: 45° 30′ - 4° 20′|
|Closest focusing distance||0.45 m|
|Maximum Magnification (x)||0.24|
|Minimum Aperture||22 - 36|
|Drive System||Micro Motor|
|Filter Attachment Size||72 mm|
|Dimensions||78.6 x 102 mm (Diameter x Length)|
|In the Box||Lens|
Although I didn't buy it from Flipkart, I want to write a short review here. I am an enthusiast photographer or so I like to think. This is a very versatile lens with a great range of focal length. I have this lens along with the "nifty fifty" and of course the 18-55mm kit lens on my Canon EOS 60D and I dont feel like I need any more lens at all, well maybe another macro lens wouldn't hurt.
Autofocus is reasonably fast on all focal length and the lens feel absolutely sturdy albeit a bit heavy. Be careful though, fitting this lens on Canon 600D or any other xxxD series might make the camera very front heavy when fully extended.
Now the drawbacks, At the wide end there is a very pronounced barrel distortion. Shooting landscape is acceptable, just don't shoot people at 18mm focal length. There is also pronounced Chromatic Abberation/ fringing at around 50mm.
One thing worth mentioning is that at 200mm focal length it produce a very beautiful round BOKEH, much much better than the pentagonal BOKEH of 50mm prime lens.
Even though I don't mention much about the pros,the main pros is the versatility. Just fit this lens on your DSLR and you are ready to shoot anything everywhere and I am really nitpicking on the cons. This is the lens to have if you are going to have just one lens. GREAT GREAT LENS.