Canon EF 50mm F 1.8 STM ii Bangla Review Photovision

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Video Description: Upload on July 4, 2018 Uploaded by: Photo_Vision Title : Canon EF 50mm F 1.8 STM ii Bangla Review Photovision This YouTube Video is all about #Photovision #Photography #Videography #Photography #Tutorial #Bangla #Photography Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens Review Raw File: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1p7xxyvACIlwolWcMkdnQ5vi4DirGCJhw?usp=sharing Canon celebrated the 25th year anniversary of the EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens with ... the announcement of its replacement, the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens. The 50mm f/1.8 II was an extremely popular lens, primarily because of its introduction-to-prime-wide aperture and good stopped-down image quality at a very low price. Many had long been waiting for a new 50mm lens from Canon and the 50mm STM Lens appeared to be a significant upgrade while retaining essentially the same ultra-small size and weight. That the new lens remained Canon's lowest-priced definitely produced smiles. The image below shows the visual differences between the 50 f/1.8 STM (sandwiched in the middle) and the 50 f/1.8 II. 7 rounded aperture blades vs. 5 non-rounded (no more pentagonal bokeh) Metal lens mount vs. plastic Improved overall build quality (my original 50mm f/1.8 II broke in half for an unknown reason) Super Spectra Coating A much improved manual focus ring STM vs. Micro Motor (smoother and quieter) FTM (Full Time Manual) focusing (as long as shutter release is half-pressed) 13.8" (350mm) MFD (Minimum Focus Distance) vs. 17.7" (450mm) 0.21x MM (Maximum Magnification) vs. 0.15x 49mm vs. 52mm filter size (though not much of an advantage from my perspective) Narrower f/22 aperture available vs. f/16 Accepts normal bayonet-mount lens hood vs. threaded adapter Focal Length / Focal Length Range Sometimes, it is easy to justify the purchase of a lens for a subset of its attributes (such as price), but when it is time to select the ideal lens for a particular use, the focal length always becomes a very important attribute. The focal length determines the angle of view which determines the distance required for the desired subject framing and the distance from the subject determines the perspective. Fortunately for this lens, the 50mm focal length has a great number of uses. On a full frame body, a 50mm focal length appears very natural, approximating how we perceive a scene with our own eyes in field of view and perspective terms. In the film days, a 50mm lens was often available in a 35mm SLR kit, indicating both this focal length's popularity and its general purpose usefulness. While not available in manufacturers' kits today, Canon and Nikon both have four 50mm prime lenses in their lineups, showing the continued popularity of this focal length. Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens Review Image Quality MTF Vignetting Flare Distortion Specifications by Bryan Carnathan Bryan Carnathan Canon celebrated the 25th year anniversary of the EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens with ... the announcement of its replacement, the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens. The 50mm f/1.8 II was an extremely popular lens, primarily because of its introduction-to-prime-wide aperture and good stopped-down image quality at a very low price. Many had long been waiting for a new 50mm lens from Canon and the 50mm STM Lens appeared to be a significant upgrade while retaining essentially the same ultra-small size and weight. That the new lens remained Canon's lowest-priced definitely produced smiles. The image below shows the visual differences between the 50 f/1.8 STM (sandwiched in the middle) and the 50 f/1.8 II. Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens Compared to 50mm f/1.8 II Lens The poorly-constructed 50mm f/1.8 II left many opportunities for upgrades and the 50mm f/1.8 STM addressed a substantial number of them. Here is a list of some differences between these lenses: 7 rounded aperture blades vs. 5 non-rounded (no more pentagonal bokeh) Metal lens mount vs. plastic Improved overall build quality (my original 50mm f/1.8 II broke in half for an unknown reason) Super Spectra Coating A much improved manual focus ring STM vs. Micro Motor (smoother and quieter) FTM (Full Time Manual) focusing (as long as shutter release is half-pressed) 13.8" (350mm) MFD (Minimum Focus Distance) vs. 17.7" (450mm) 0.21x MM (Maximum Magnification) vs. 0.15x 49mm vs. 52mm filter size (though not much of an advantage from my perspective) Narrower f/22 aperture available vs. f/16 Accepts normal bayonet-mount lens hood vs. threaded adapter Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens on EOS 5Ds R with Hood Focal Length / Focal Length Range Sometimes, it is easy to justify the purchase of a lens for a subset of its attributes (such as price), but when it is time to select the ideal lens for a particular use, the focal length always becomes a very important attribute. 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