"From Light to Ink" featured the work of Canon Inspirers and contest winners, all printed using Canon's imagePROGRAF printers. The gallery show revolved around the discussion of printing photographs...
Getting photographs right in the camera is a combination of using your imagination, creativity, art, and technique. In Part 3 of this three part series, we focus on shooting strategy and the role of...
This is an expensive high-quality lens that focusses continuously down to 1:1
(i.e., you can take a picture of something that is 24x36mm in size, the
dimensions of the standard 35mm frame). The lens has an
ultrasonic motor that allows manual focusing even in AF mode.
However, I found that the brand new lens I borrowed from my friend Rob was not
able to reliably AF at all, even at normal distances of 10-12 feet. It worked
great as a manual focus lens, though. The lens comes with a tripod collar and
works with the 1.4X and 2X teleconverters.
14 elements, 12 groups
0.48m (1.5 ft)
186.6 mm (7-3/8 in.)
1090 g (38.2 oz)
Where to Buy the Canon EF 180mm f/3.5L Macro USM
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