Asked By: Raymond Wright Date: created: Dec 27 2021

Which Canon lens is the best for portraits

Answered By: Steven Clark Date: created: Dec 30 2021

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Asked By: Joseph Martin Date: created: Oct 03 2021

How far can a 18 55mm lens shoot

Answered By: Howard Adams Date: created: Oct 04 2021

The minimum shooting distance is the minimum distance between the focus plane and the sensor plane. The longer the lens the longer that distance. On very short lenses (like 18-55 mm) it’s around 0.28 m while with long lenses (like 70-300 mm) it’s about 1,5 m.

Asked By: Justin Collins Date: created: Nov 14 2021

What Zoom is a 18 55mm lens

Answered By: Bruce Torres Date: created: Nov 14 2021

The zoom capacity of a zoom lens is generally quoted as the ratio of the longest focal length to the shortest focal length, without regard to the image size. So its 55/18 or about 3:1 Zoom ratio. it’s approx 3x , … 3 times from 18 thats around 54 mm and it’s 55 mm focal length …

Asked By: Brandon Thompson Date: created: Feb 20 2021

What is the range of 55 250mm lens

Answered By: Kevin Rogers Date: created: Feb 21 2021

Canon’s new EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS is designed specifically for cameras with ‘APS-C’ sized sensors and combines light weight with a very low price tag for an optically-stabilised lens. On the EOS 400D and 40D cameras we used for our tests, its focal length range is equivalent to 88-400mm on a 35mm camera.

Asked By: Michael Clark Date: created: Jan 30 2021

What does the 18 55mm lens mean

Answered By: Cody Griffin Date: created: Feb 01 2021

What does 18-55mm mean? This refers to the focal length of your lens. 18mm is wide angle, and 55mm is more zoomed. When you zoom your lens in, you’re zooming between 18mm and 55mm. The ‘mm’ stands for millimeter, and this is the distance between your camera’s sensor, and the point of convergence in the lens.

Asked By: Landon Adams Date: created: May 11 2021

What is a 55mm lens good for

Answered By: Elijah Gonzales Date: created: May 14 2021

Provides a Wider View So if you are drawn to things like, architecture, landscapes, or shoot live events or music this is a great lens if you are limited in your wide angle kit lens 18-55mm roster. … This focal range is still only a moderate level of wide angle for your photos.

Asked By: Juan Lee Date: created: Jan 06 2021

How far can a 55 250mm lens zoom

Answered By: Abraham Henderson Date: created: Jan 09 2021

So to get the 35mm equivalent focal length of the 55-250 mm lens we multiply by 1.6, giving us a value of 88-400 mm. So in 35mm equivalent terms, the zoom range of the SX210 IS is 28-392 mm, and the 55-250 lens is 88-400 mm.

Asked By: Richard Gonzales Date: created: Sep 22 2021

Is 55 250mm lens good for portraits

Answered By: Wallace Richardson Date: created: Sep 24 2021

One can rather use any lens to shoot the portraits and you can very well use 55–250 to bring out good Portraits. Just make sure there is enough distance between you and the subject as well as subject and background to get shallow depth. … Great little lens for the price!

Asked By: Christian Collins Date: created: Aug 18 2021

When would you use a 55mm lens

Answered By: Philip Jenkins Date: created: Aug 21 2021

The 55mm end is a short telephoto lens ideal for compressing perspective and taking portraits or closing in on details.

Asked By: Ronald Gray Date: created: Dec 17 2020

What is a 70 300 lens good for

Answered By: Simon Walker Date: created: Dec 17 2020

The AF Zoom-NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4-5.6G is a lightweight and versatile option for those seeking affordable telephoto zoom capability. With a 300mm maximum focal length (450mm equivalent on DX-format cameras) it brings even the most distant action closer. It’s an ideal lens for candids, travel and sports photography.

Asked By: Adrian Anderson Date: created: Dec 20 2021

What is the difference between a 200mm and 300mm lens

Answered By: Jordan Robinson Date: created: Dec 23 2021

On a full-frame camera, at focal length 200mm, the diagonal angle-of-view is about 12 degrees. At 300mm, it is about 8 degrees. In other words, at 300mm, the image captures a narrower part of the scene compared to at 200mm.

Asked By: Landon Price Date: created: Mar 05 2021

What is a 55 250mm lens used for

Answered By: Blake Bell Date: created: Mar 06 2021

Compact, powerful telephoto zoom Taking you closer to the action, the EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM is the perfect companion for your EOS’s 18-55mm standard zoom lens, and ideal for wildlife, sports and travel photography. It combines powerful telephoto performance with great image quality and instinctive handling.

Asked By: Geoffrey Thomas Date: created: Mar 04 2021

Which lens is better 55 250mm or 70 300mm

Answered By: Jesus Collins Date: created: Mar 05 2021

Unless you’re always going to be shooting from larger distances, at half the price the 55-250 is a better value as a telephoto zoom lens for your T3i. Image Stabilization (IS). Both the EF 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS and the Ef 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS have it.

Asked By: Lewis Scott Date: created: Feb 08 2021

Is a 18 55mm lens good for portraits

Answered By: Michael Nelson Date: created: Feb 11 2021

Though not as close to perfection as a prime lens, 18-55mm will help you take fairly good portraits. To get good portrait shots with 18-55mm lens, you need to: Keep a good distance between your subject and the background. This is important because only then you will be able to get a nice shallow DOF in the background.

Asked By: Neil Bennett Date: created: Dec 13 2020

How do you blur the background with a 18 55mm lens

Answered By: Harold Wood Date: created: Dec 16 2020

So place your subject with at least 5 metres space behind them, zoom in to 55mm and shoot your portrait at f/5.6. The longer focal length will be more flattering to your subject, and the space behind them will add to the background blur. That’s the secret to a blurred background with a kit lens…

Asked By: Adrian Griffin Date: created: Aug 11 2021

When would you use a 24mm lens

Answered By: Norman Lewis Date: created: Aug 12 2021

For landscapes, a 24mm lens is an extremely popular choice for capturing those wide, epic scenes of city skylines or mountain ranges. 24mm allows you to play with your foreground and at the same time still get an epic view into the distance. So if mountain vistas or waterfalls are your things, 24mm could be for you.

Asked By: Edward Gonzalez Date: created: Oct 22 2020

What is the difference between 18 55mm and 55 250mm lens

Answered By: Louis Rodriguez Date: created: Oct 24 2020

The 18-55 lets you take pictures with lower zoom, the 55-250 gives you higher zoom. the 18-55 for a walk-around lens (esp. … The 18-55 lets you take pictures with lower zoom, the 55-250 gives you higher zoom.

Asked By: Steven Baker Date: created: Jan 31 2022

What is the difference between a 55 200mm lens and a 70 300mm lens

Answered By: Carl Phillips Date: created: Feb 01 2022

55-200 vs 70-300mm VR Nikon lens. 55-200 will give a wider angle of view at wide end, while 70-300 will zoom in tighter at long end. at a quick glance, it appears to me that all versions of both lenses have equal aperture range, so no difference in speed.

Asked By: Blake Butler Date: created: Dec 06 2020

How far can a 200mm lens reach

Answered By: Brandon James Date: created: Dec 06 2020

A 70-200mm is about a 2.85 x zoom. What you are really asking is what is the “reach” of a lens. Taking 50mm as “normal” a 200mm would bring a subject 4 times closer, a 400mm 8 times. This will give you a good idea of what each focal length will look like.

Asked By: Anthony Campbell Date: created: Dec 31 2020

Do I need a 50mm lens if I have a 18 55mm

Answered By: Austin Gray Date: created: Jan 03 2021

It depends what you want out of that lens. If you shoot street then 18-55 isbetter. If you shoot portraits and need some shallow depth of field then 50mm is tthe choice.

Asked By: Sebastian Reed Date: created: Dec 10 2021

Which lenses are best for portraits

Answered By: Abraham Davis Date: created: Dec 13 2021

10 More Favorite Portrait LensesTamron SP 45mm f/1.8 DI VC USD for Canon and Nikon.Tamron SP 85mm f/1.8 DI VC USD for Canon and Nikon.Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8G OSS.Sony FE 50mm f/1.8.Olympus Zuiko Digital 45mm f/1.8.Olympus Zuiko 25mm f/1.2.Fujifilm 56mm f/1.2 R XF.Fujifilm 35mm f1/4.More items…•

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