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Preview: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 STM IS
Quite good for a kit zoom I'd say


Vibrant colours, this new one seems to lack the veil of its predecessors. Looks nice indeed Smile

yes it looks to be a nice light and squeezy little thing to fit in those useful mm's between the wider and the not so funny one - speaking personally that is - ta 

Impressive saturated and vibrant colours, and very sharp too, though the bright and directional light helps here. Which camera body did you use? Are they straight from-the-camera jpegs?

Don't be overly impressed by the saturation though.

The light here in Oz is magic compared to Europe and there is always some dependency towards the raw converter.

Could you bottle some of that magic light and ship it over here? The sun did make a short visit but I think it's gone again until winter.
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The MTFs will be impressive ...

Quote:The MTFs will be impressive ...
Yeah, I suspected it might be sharp. It is contrasty enough to be really good for a kit lens.

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