Canon EF-S zoom lens - 18 mm - 200 mm

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  • Zoom lens
  • 18 mm
  • 200 mm
  • f/3.5-5.6 IS
  • Canon EF-S
  • for EOS 1000
  • 40
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Canon EF-S zoom lens - 18 mm - 200 mm
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Main Features
  • Zoom lens
  • 18 mm
  • 200 mm
  • f/3.5-5.6 IS
  • Canon EF-S
  • for EOS 1000
  • 40
  • 450
  • 50
  • 500
  • 7D
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  • Rebel T1i
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Compact, lightweight and a wide magnification range - this standard zoom lens features a wide focal length range from normal to telephoto equivalent to 29-320mm in the 35mm format. It features an Optical Image Stabilizer for up to 4-stops of effective correction even at full zoom. Since Canon's optical image stabilization system is in the lens, not in the camera, you can see the stabilized, steadier images through the viewfinder. And the circular aperture can give beautiful background blur effects. This wide zoom ratio EF-S lens delivers excellent high-speed performance at an affordable price.

Canon EF-S zoom lens - 18 mm - 200 mm is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 53.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EF-S 18 - 200 I have had this lend since it was first introduced. I rarely use any other. I only have to carry one lens. True the lens creep can be aggravating, but the lock is there for a reason and has never failed. My only complaint is that Canon, instead of improving on this lens, stopped making it. Now you have to buy 2 and carry 2... I would love to see Canon make an 18 - 300 lens.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Lens with Average Sharpness I got this as a kit lens with my 60D. On an APS C body, 18mm is about 29mm (28.8) and 200mm is 320mm equivalent (mm x 1.6 crop factor) so the range is equivalent to Canon's 28-300mm for full frame bodies. Unlike others who see this as their primary lens, I mostly use my Sigma 100-500mm (birds, deer, etc.), my Canon 100mm Macro (for tiny things), or my Sigma 18-35mm Art lens (which is my 29-56mm). I have two others in addition to my Canon 18-200mm.The lens is a good lens for the range it has and, thus, it is an excellent all-around lens. It is light and the lock mechanism works well but can be overridden easily. IS is super - it's quick and gives 2-3 stops. I say 2-3 because I'm an old guy and my hands are not that steady. You can see the image stabilize as soon as you depress the fire button. Now the bad - image quality. Do not use this lens with any filter - quality drops significantly. I have several lenses but my sharpest are my Sigma 18-35mm Art and my Canon 100mm f/2.8 macro. In numerous tests with all my lenses, with or without a B+W filter, quality degradation is not noticeable but with the 18-200mm, image quality drops significantly. So I do not use a filter, ever, with this lens. That means no polarizer which I like. f/3.5 is not fast and indoor shots do require a tripod or flash.
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Lens My wife gave me this lens for Christmas 5 yrs ago to go with my recently purchased Rebel t2i. Since receiving this lens I rarely use any other lens. I shoot indoors and outdoor. Landscapes and people; stills and action. I love this lens. I am planning on purchasing a 7D and will carry this lens with me. I wish Canon would continue to make this 18-200 or 18-300 range lens in an up graded lens, fixing the lens creep.
Date published: 2016-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Lens for budget. At this price you can't beat the performance of this lens. It can be from Ultra wide angle to 200 mm zoom. Light weight for a zoom lens best for Crop body camera like 60D & 70D. It is sharp lens with lock to hold the zoom mechanisms. Many people complain about the weight of the lens until they hold on 70-200 mm F2.8 II. I never bought canon lens without red ring but this lens is got my attention when I went out shooting with my friend and he introduced me with this lens. The performance quite please me. The only issue is that the aperture doesn't stay when zoom in and out but that is not a large issue. The lens came with image stabilizer which is is a big plus. Other then that I would give this lens a red ring category.
Date published: 2015-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does a Nice Job I haven't used this lens much, but so far I have been very pleased with it. It seems a little heavy, but I need just a single lens to carry on travels. So far I have nothing bad to say about the lens.
Date published: 2015-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from An average lens I bought this lens so that I need not have to carry both my 18-55 and 55-250 while I travel. In a way it serves the purpose but I've noticed the following cons1. it is too heavy2. The lens zooms out by it's own due to the weight which makes it difficult to keep focus when you shoot something vertically down.3. it is too risky to hang it on your shoulder or neck as it is too likely to get hit and damaged. Canon provides a lock on the lens which can prevent it from zooming out but I dont trust that lock as I doubt whether it could hold such a heavy lens. Also a lot of people have complained about broken locks.4. It has a strong barrel effect while shooting at low focal lengths.To mention the pros1. It takes good quality pictures (ignoring the barrel effect at lower focal lengths)2. A good multipurpose lens.
Date published: 2014-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from superb value , maximum coverage My first DSLR was the Canon kit which included the 60D w/ the 18-200 Lens. I still own the lens, but not the camera.I've read all of the reviews, and would like to say that the cons on this lens are not a big deal, and easy to live with, considering what this lens does, especially for the money!!And YES, if you take care of your things, it makes all the difference in the world. This lens may not take the abuse that other more expensive lenses do.I don't consider this lens a poor build at all, it's just not an "L" lens, which causes some to rate it down. I now use it on my 7d and love it.I also own a 5d mrk III.The lenses I own are: (all Canon)EF-S 15-85 / 18-135 / 18-200EF "L" 16-35 @ F-2.8"L" 24-70 @ F-2.8"L" 24-105 @ F-4
Date published: 2014-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great general purpose lens I bought this lens in Oct, 2008 to replace the Canon 28-135. I like the longer focal length so I do not have to change lenses. Less chance of getting dust on the sensor. After 5 1/2 yrs of using it, I have had no problems to speak of. Barrel is still very tight, very very few specks of dust in the lens. I and my wife travel extensively and the lens is always used. Auto focus is as fast as with the lens with the USM. Some people complain about chromatic abberation, however I have not had any problems with that even with enlargements. Yes, there is lens creep but then if you know that up front, which a person should from looking at the lens prior to buying it, then it is not a problem. Quality wise it is not an L lens but then neither is the price. If people take care of their equipment and don't abuse it, then the lens should last a long long time or until Canon comes out with an upgrade you would want. I have used this lens with the T1i, T2i, 60D, and now the 70D.
Date published: 2014-06-17
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