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.
Resumen: Solid when locked with no give, but moves smoothly when loosened. Works fine with a Manfrotto 200PL-14 plate. A little less clearance than with the tripod ring for the 70-200 f/4 which I could rotate 180 dog to get it out of the way on a 7D - can't with this.
A favor: Good Footing, Locks In Tight, Smooth Movement
Extracto: I use this lens mostly on a 7D2. It makes very nice images very sharp (even on the crop sensor camera), high contrast, great background blur. I like it a lot and I'm not going to be parting with it any time soon. However, the autofocus performance in low light has been something of a disappointment.
A favor: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Rugged, Strong Construction
Amazing image quality, but poor focusing in low light
RndmNmbr, B&H Photo
7 Mayo 2015
Extracto: I'm using this lens on a 7D2 body. Compared to other lenses this one focuses noticeably slower and has more trouble in low light than any other lens I own, including some much much cheaper glass.
A favor: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Nice Bokeh, Rugged, Strong Construction
Extracto: I haven't had a chance to exhaustively put this lens through it's paces, but I have shot a fair amount with it. First to the pros: This lens has an outstanding picture quality to it, and it appears to be very consistent. The Bokeh is quite good, and it is probably the lightest lens I own.
A favor: Consistent Output, Image stabilization, IS, Is Is Smooth Quiet, Lightweight, Low Light, Nice Bokeh, Smooth and quiet
Extracto: I like the size, weight, and picture quality. This is not a heavy lens. My only concern is the AF ... it can travel a lot, depending on the (side of the lens) focus range setting. I have to remember to set it according to estimated distance of the object I am shooting to ensure the quickest focusing...
A favor: Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Extracto: I love how sharp the image comes out. The first thing I did was taking pictures of a snail outside. Although it looks extremely sharp, even at f/10 I could get one side of a snail in focus, focusing manually.