Canon 75-300 III Lens Review
Introduction: Canon 75-300 III is an ordinary looking zoom lens. The lens is mostly built with plastic material and the mount is made of metal. The zoom ring of the lens does not work smoothly. It weighs around 456gm.
It has a maximum focal length of 300mm with the maximum aperture of 5.6mm. The front side of the length extends a bit when you zoom in. It does not have a full-time manual focus facility.
Performance: This lens works very well with 75mm focal length and it produces an image with better sharpness. When you take the portraits, the bokeh is a bit sharp.
At 75mm focal length and with f4 aperture the image is quite sharp but there is a problem with purple fringing. In the corners of the image, chromatic aberration is visible and it is quite disappointing.
At the widest angle, with 75mm the lens creates good images.
Compatibility: It is compatible with APS-C Canon and full frame digital cameras.
Additional features: The lens uses the DC motor to control the autofocus mode. It provides 2 years of the warranty period.
Canon 75-300 III Lens Pros and Cons
- The autofocus mode works beautifully.
- At the higher aperture, the image gets sharper.
- It is a cheap lens with various features.
- The zoom ring is quite slow.
- The autofocus is a little inaccurate.
- The lens does not have image stabilization.
Canon 75-300 III Lens Verdict
This could be an excellent lens at an affordable price. This zoom lens provides a good range of focal length with a good aperture. But the performance is not up to the mark. The autofocus works impressive, though the image creates a problem with a chromatic aberration in the corners of the image. The bokeh does not provide an excellent performance as well. Check out Canon 75-300 III Support.