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. Pues no merece la pena pagar el doble por esta versión. La calidad fotográfica es inapreciable.
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. Given that it's an 'L' series, that's a definite bonus. Color reproduction is nice, and consistent, and the sharpness seems to be evenly distributed across the spectrum.
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 ,.. this took some "getting used to". Now, that I am trained, it works quite well for me.
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. Only then I found out from blogs that shallow depth of field was a main con of macro photography in general. There are tricks to work around this though. I still like the lens and keeping it.
Resumen: This is a great lens to use for close up Macro shots as well as portrait work with a really nice bookeh. Wide aperture delivers good results in low light and is relatively lightweight. A great lens to have in your kit bag if you are shooting weddings etc.
Extracto: The Lens is very helpful for the food photography that I do at work, but when it comes to taking photos of people for portraits, or things that are moving, the focusing comes to fall short a bit... All in all, a very good purchase; excellent image quality and wonderful bokeh.
A favor: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Nice Bokeh, Rugged, Strong Construction