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here's some sample images with cheap 28-90 III lens...(~$60)

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surprisingly good performance on 5d
not bad for a cheapo :lol:

Post #1, Oct 24, 2008 00:55:54


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what about them apples! :P

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Post #2, Oct 24, 2008 01:03:43


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the cat :)

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does anyone have any sports shots, preferably indoors, to show from this lens?

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so how do you like the lens?

im thinking about getting it.

do you think it would be worth 80 bucks??

Post #5, Dec 07, 2008 01:18:05 as a reply to seisky's post 14 days earlier.


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i wouldnt use it for indoor or outdoor sports, ever. Its okay for a kit lense. Worth about 80 id say.

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i paid 25 for mine brand new in the box at circuit city :D

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Mine came as a kit on a rebel K2. It's actaully a nice lens, considering the price


Here's one of my christmas present...

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Here's a macro for any of you that are interested

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Post #8, Dec 30, 2008 00:05:49


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this lens isnt actually that bad considering. pretty fricken sharp too haha. very slight adjustments with iphot, nothing crazy haha.

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Post #10, Dec 29, 2009 03:33:45 as a reply to REXTi's post 27 days earlier.


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bestfromnw wrote in post #6551308external link
what about them apples! :P

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What are those spots caused by? The last 2 times I used my 18-55 IS lens at a local graveyard I ended up with those. Once on the right and once on the left.

Post #11, Jan 10, 2010 18:32:28


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with 500D and polarized filter.

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without filter.

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ISO: 100
Exposure: 1/1000 sec
Aperture: 5.6
Focal Length: 90mm

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kent ­ andersen
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with Kenko tubes. The 28-90 is an great lens for makro together with the kenko tubes.

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Post #14, Oct 22, 2010 00:46:26


Living in Austria, I am so glad that there is stuff like Gimp out there...
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Hi guys! Am looking at getting this lense from ebay to use for macro shots in the woods etc. I already have the 17-85mm usm lense and it covers most of the range this lense dose.

Is the 28-90 going to be better than my lense for macro shots.

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