Extracto: Ha sido una auténtica decepción. Tengo un 24-105, un 15, un 35, un 50, un 70-200, un 17-40, y tenía la versión 100 mm macro. Todos canon claro está. Y finalmente compré la versión del 100 mm con estabilizador, pensando que sería mejor que su hermana pequeña, la que no lo lleva.
Extracto: I got this to complement my Sigma 150 f/2.8 macro, which has too much reach for some types of closeup shots. The color rendition and contrast are superb, and it is very sharp. Autofocus is fast and accurate. It is also relatively light, even though it seems well constructed.
A favor: Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh
Sharp lens, good image stabilization, somewhat noisy focus
Bob_B, B&H Photo
24 Diciembre 2015
Extracto: These are my initial impressions of the Canon 100mm f/2.8 macro IS USM lens: 1. Very sharp at macro distances 2. Good contrast with limited vignetting 3. Image stabilization very good, maybe excellent 4. USM focus mechanism a bit slow and noisy when compared to other Canon USM IS lenses I own.
Extracto: I recently purchased this lens for capturing images of small plants and wildlife. It has enough reach that I don't need to get too close, and I can capture a wide range of subjects. It even works well as a simple 100mm prime.
A favor: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh
Extracto: My go to lens is my canon 70-200 2.8. Even after purchasing the 100mm macro I have to say that is still true. However, I have never felt like my close-up portrait work was As good as I liked. Problem solved!