Julia takes two Canon mm Macro lenses on a real beauty shoot to see which is the better buy, and better lens.
Optimized for close-up shooting, the EF mm f/ Macro USM from Canon mixes a comfortable short telephoto focal length with a short working distance. Short telephoto prime is designed for full-frame Canon EF-mount DSLRs, however can also be used with APS-C models where it.
In this version of our dPS writer's favorite lens ongoing series, see why the Canon mm macro is this author's go-to lens.
The Canon EF mm f/L Macro IS USM lens, sitting on my desk, is only inches long, or tall if you prefer, but the ET lens hood.
Canon calls this the Canon Macro Lens EF mm f/ USM. EF means " Electronic Focus" which all Canon autofocus lenses do. USM means Ultra-Sonic Motor.
Luckily, it's the reknowned Canon EF mm f/L IS USM Macro lens. The Canon mm macro lens sports a red ring and stands with the best of Canon's.
A couple of years ago, I wrote a love letter of sorts, to a lens that I don't own, but rent as often as I can, the Canon mm f/2L IS. Since then.