Top 5 Budget lenses for Canon DSLR

Top 5 Budget lenses for Canon DSLR

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  1. If you can get your hands on the cannon 50mm mark 1 then get that as it has much better build quality and pretty much identical image quality

  2. Just a polite suggestion,leave the word on screen.nice video though.
    

  3. Thank you!

    You are good and you are right!

  4. I think every photographer must own F/1.8 50mm Canon lens its an whery nice lens i own it and it gives me an nice sharp and bokeh images not onlye on day time but in night time too cous af apature

  5. Chocolate Rain!!

  6. u said budget lenses yet most of these are 400 dollars

  7. Have you ever tried using the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Lens on a 60D or even a rebel series body?I bet you still get great images.

  8. thumbs up. nice tip

  9. stop reading lol

  10. very surprised i did not see any rokinon or tokina there a great value for money especially for video

  11. Kai Wong's little brother?

  12. Got the Sigma 17-70mm, Canon EF-S 55-250mm and The Canon EF-S 50mm from your choices. I have also have the 18-55mm kits lens that came with my EOS 600D, plus an old Sigma 70-300mm. The icing is my recent purchase EF-S 10-18mm wide angle IS STM lens. Great value for money.

  13. West Chester University's College of Visual and Performing Arts

    Full disclaimer: I am new to photography. Just bought a Canon EOS 70D Digital SLR Camera Kit with 18-55mm IS II Lens and Canon EF 75-300mm III Lens. I also bought the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II based on your recommendation since I will be shooting a lot of indoor music, theatre and dance performances. Any recommendations on tutorials and/or settings I should read up on to get the best quality when shooting?

  14. OMG ur like Kai's little brother!

  15. if I have a 28-75 mm f/2.8 lens set at 40mm f2.8 could i get the same functionality and photo result compared to a pancake 40mm f2.8? weight and size are irrelevant. Thanks.

  16. Juan Sipho Habdad Botha

    What lenses would you recommend for video making?

  17. i do have a canon eos 450d i yust bought snd i have canon ef 28-80 lens, dos it work with this lens. or it have to be dslr lens.

  18. I chose to go for the 50mm F/1.4 option. Closer to $350 used on Amazon but it is worth repairing if dropped accidentally compared to the 1.8 which you just just replace for the nearly same cost if the unfortunate does happen. . 

  19. why are all photo-reviewers asian? lol

  20. Helpful video. Can u also do a review on the Zeiss Planar T* 50mm f/1.4 and perhaps the Tokina 11-16mm ATX PRO DX ii please ?

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