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Resolved! Macro Advice Needed

Hello everyone. I am new to this forum and a reall rookie whenn it comes to photography. I have a Canon EOS700D which I thinkmis called a Rebel T5i in other parts of the world. With the camera I use the follow lenses: EFS - 18-55mmEFS - 55-250mmEF - ...

erskine by Contributor
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Resolved! Canon EF-M 22mm STM Lens Noise When Focusing?

Hi So i just got a EF-M 22mm lens.While testing in video mode i can hear the lens as it changes focus fromone subject to another.With the kit lens 15-45mm STM i can't hear a noise... Is the 22mm defective, are they supposed to make a noise, even thou...

nodal point for Canon 24-70mm F2.8 II

Hi All, Instead of buying all kind of gears for pano photography, I was wondering if there's a published Nodal Point chart for all Canon EF lenses? If there isn't one, what pano gear would you recommend?Thank you,LV

limvo05 by Rising Star
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Resolved! Focus ring on 18mm-55mm loose

 I recently invested i getting a 18-55mm lens for my Canon EOS 70D. It was working fine until I tried putting on a fisheye/macro lens attachment; when i took the attachment off the focus ring on the 18-55mm lens was loose and now it will not focus   ...

Jadee by Apprentice
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Auto Focus on 18-55mm lens not working

Up until today my 18-55mm lens has been working just fine while on AF; however, today when I took my camera out I found that the AF feature wasn't working. It works fine when on MF. The thing that I find wierd is that the AF does work [kind of] if th...

rca1992 by Contributor
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EF 300 1:4L IS Lens Hood Operation

The illustration shows this lens with a built in hood that extends. How do you get it to extend? I'm reluctant to use any force. Will a filter prevent the hood from extending?

New RF 70-200 knick on inside element???

I just recieved a brand new Canon RF 70-200 2.8 from Adorama. When inspecting the front element I noticed what seemed to be a dust particle out of the box. Went outside in direct sunlight and it seems to be a tiny scratch or knick on the inner lens e...

Focal length of a portrait lens

From time to time (including recently), someone questions why the best portrait lenses tend to be a bit on the long side of normal. The short answer is that if you get close enough for the subject's head to fill the frame, a shorter (normal or WA) le...

EF 24-105 4L IS USM dropped, zoom ring too tight

I recently dropped my EF 24-105 4L IS USM lens, and now the zoom ring is extremely tight, which causes issues when shooting video. Just wondering if this might be repairable or would be more practical to replae it. 

KonaBolt by Apprentice
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17-40 mm Still Ok?

Looking to purchase the 17-40mm lens and was wondering if this lens is still ok even to age?  I certainly don't want to pay double the price if I don't need.  Secondary question....When using this for primarly landscapes, how can I proctect water, du...

xzebra by Contributor
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