Canon EFS 1018mm f/4.55.6 IS STM Lens

The Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom Lens provides an ultra-wide angle of view in a compact, portable package, perfect for EOS cameras with an APS-C sensor. It has a 4 group optical...read more

$299.99
$279.00

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Product Features

  • Focal Length & Maximum Aperture: 10-18mm 1:4.5-5.6
  • Lens Construction: 14 elements in 11 groups
  • Diagonal Angle of View: 107°30' - 74°20'
  • Focus Adjustment: Rear focus system
  • Closest Focusing Distance: 0.72 ft. / 0.22m

Product Description

The Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom Lens provides an ultra-wide angle of view in a compact, portable package, perfect for EOS cameras with an APS-C sensor. It has a 4 group optical zoom system and includes a large-diameter element, an aspherical lens element, a UD lens element and enhanced lens coatings for high-contrast, high-resolution images. Additional features: circular 7-blade aperture; Canon Optical Image Stabilizer system; stepping motor (STM); rear focusing system; plus more! ....read more
$279.00

Average Customer Rating

  4.7 out of 5
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The Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom Lens provides an ultra-wide angle of view in a compact, portable package, perfect for EOS cameras with an APS-C sensor. It has a 4 group optical zoom system and includes a large-diameter element, an aspherical lens element, a UD lens element and enhanced lens coatings for high-contrast, high-resolution images. Additional features: circular 7-blade aperture; Canon Optical Image Stabilizer system; stepping motor (STM); rear focusing system; plus more! ....read more

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One Response to “Canon EFS 1018mm f/4.55.6 IS STM Lens”

  1. Pame says:

    I don`t really care what the reason for this pricing is. Maybe they really can`t pull off mass production of this sensor at reasonable costs, as the Phase One technicians predicted. Maybe they got threatened with super expensive highly risky law suits for the reverse engineering of their mounts by Canon, Nikon and Sony and other makers- because they are afraid of an affordable SD1 coming before Nikon releases the D800 or Sony releases it`s own 40 Megapixel APS-C monster, the A770. One must think of things like this, way in advance.But Why don`t we show Sigma a way out of this situation?I could live with that SD1 price, if Sigma made me an offer that every serious medium format maker would make me Let`s take Mamiya / Phase One.If think of buying a Mamiya / Phase One 645 DF camera with a P45+ digital back, I pay the normal price (which includes a great worldwide professional service!)- and I get to choose 2 lenses for free.If I like to have the P65 Back, then I get 3 lenses for free. I can choose any 3 lenses- even the brand new, expensive but world class Schneider-Kreuznach leaf shutter lenses for this type of camera.The SD1 is no medium format camera. Resolution alone makes no professional medium format cam. It has an APS-C size sensor, no tethered shooting, no leaf shutter lenses, no worldwide professional service.But the price is in the medium format class.So, dear Sigma sales team.I kindly ask you to make me the same offer.I would buy the SD1 for the price stated- if you let my choose 2 or 3 lenses with the camera for free. And please, don`t make restrictions like those stupid kit offers from Sigma USA.Just offer me 2 options: I can choose 3 lenses, given the value of each lens doesn`t exceed let`s say 1200€, or I can choose 2 lenses when the value of each lens exceeds 1200€, and set an upper limit for this offer of a maximum lens value of 4500€. Something like that would be nice. I leave it for the sales team to do the math. As a pro, aware of the lack of reliability of Sigma cams from the past, I would have to buy 2 or even 3 bodies anyway- so that I can still get the job done in case one camera freezes entirely and another body suffers from sudden AF or exposure meter death, like it was the case with my other Sigma SDx`s in professional use I already have this great 17-50mm f2.8 OS lens, the 70mm makro, the 105mm makro. I like to have the 8-16mm, the new 50-150mm f2.8 OS and the new 120-300 f2.8 OS, plus the 4.5mm fisheye and maybe a 50mm lens (without those severe focus shift problems like the 50mm 1.4 HSM suffers from, which makes that lens basically unusable wide open, sorry Sigma, that`s true and even confirmed by Sigma technicians) that actually works, or a 30mm prime. Throw in a EF 610 DG Super flash, free with each body (you do know that Metz refuses to make adapters or flash units for Sigma cameras (after SD10) since they so tired of that Sigma-games you play), you got me back on the Sigma table again So, what do you say Sigma sales team?

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