Dont want use its own canon filter adapter ring coz its costly.
Hope this helps
Here’s an example of what I mean by sharp, accurate focus. Look at this portrait and closely at his eyes – you can’t help but notice how sharp they are.
Oh, I nearly forgot – $400 at B&H, where I got mine. Check them here.
What type of lens should I be looking for? What is the benefit of one over the other! DETAILS
For instance if you have a Canon 1100D and want to shoot at parties, then a 35mm f/1.4 might suit you very well and be within your budget; but if you have a 1D Mk iv and want to shoot night football matches, you are looking at lenses starting at $3000 and rising steeply from there.
To simplify: close subjects on a "crop" sensor (portraits, parties, house-sized rooms) 35mm f/1.8 or f/1.4; or 18-55mm with a minimum aperture of f/2.8 throughout the zoom range. On a larger sensor camera, 50mm f/1.8 or 28-135mm f/4 or smaller (the large sensor handles high ISO better so you can get by with a slightly slower lens.
Church or Hall (like a dance or wedding venue): as above but about 30% longer focal length (35mm becomes 50mm and so on)
Sporting Venues: depends on the lighting, and indoors vs outdoors: 10mm -2300mm fv on a crop, and buy a monopod. 300mm f/4 on a full frame plus a monopod. These are not ideal by any means, but they are the best you will do at your 1K budget.
Do not ignore 3rd party lenses; Tokina, Sigma and Tamron. All three make lenses of high quality for your Canon often at much lower prices.
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