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Canon - EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Standard Lens and EF-S 10-18mm F4.5-5.6 IS STM Ultra-Wide Zoom Lens Kit - black

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Standard Lens and EF-S 10-18mm F4.5-5.6 IS STM Ultra-Wide Zoom Lens KitCreate the perfect package for portraits and landscapes with this Canon portrait and travel two-lens kit. It includes a 50mm f/1.8 lens for taking incredible photos of people or animals and a 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 lens for outstanding wide-angle photography. Powerful stepping motors make it easy to use this Canon portrait and travel two-lens kit when videoing.

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    What's Included


    • Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Standard Lens and EF-S 10-18mm F4.5-5.6 IS STM Ultra-Wide Zoom Lens Kit
    • Lens cap (E-49)
    • Lens cap (E-67II)
    • Lens dust cup (2 pcs)
    • Owner's manual

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (270 out of 276)

    Features


    Standard lens is compatible with most Canon DSLR cameras

    Works with cameras with Canon EF mounts.

    Ultra-Wide Lens is compatible with Canon EOS 70D, 60D, 50D, 40D, 30D and 20D DSLR cameras

    Plus Canon Rebel DSLR cameras for wide-ranging use.

    STM (stepping motor)

    Along with a newly designed focus mechanism supports the Canon EOS Movie Servo AF function, providing smooth, quiet continuous autofocusing while you record videos or take photos.

    50mm focal length

    A versatile focal length for capturing crystal-clear shots throughout a variety of shooting situations. 80mm effective focal length when used with an APS-C camera.

    10-18mm focal length

    Enables versatile shooting options.

    f/1.8 maximum aperture

    For optimal light gathering capacity, resulting in clear, highly-detailed images.

    f/4.5-5.6 maximum aperture

    For optimal light gathering, resulting in crisp, detailed images.

    0.21x magnification

    Magnification ensures your images come out just the way you want.

    Create beautiful, soft backgrounds

    Features a circular aperture with 7 blades.

    UD lens element

    Along with a large-diameter element and an aspherical lens element reduces chromatic aberration throughout the entire zoom range, so you can take quality images with high resolution and contrast levels.

    13.8" minimum focus distance

    Accessories included

    Comes with a lens cap and a lens dust cap.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 276 reviews

    98%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Fantastic Deal and great Lenses too!

      Posted
      JonSolo
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      As a proud owner of the Canon 80D with the EF-S 24-135mm USM lens I was looking for something to complement my setup. The EF 50mm lens is quite sharp and incredible. The low 1.8 aperture makes for some really clean shots with a very nice bokeh. No it is not the pricier F1.4 version, but it appears just as clean in my shots. Considering it is several stops down from my zoom it really opens up as a nice portrait lens on my cropped sensor camera. The best part is that I can keep it and move up to a full frame camera in the future. Packaged with this is the humble EF-S 10-18mm Ultra Wide zoom. Low aperture in a wide angle is not a HUGE necessity, but it IS a very dark lens. Still the pictures are crisp almost to the edge and with the right lighting conditions it makes a great argument for a lower priced lens. Though both of these lenses feel a bit "cheaper" in the build than the "red ring" lenses, they are fantastic work horses that would find themselves at home in any enthusiast's bag.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great deal on two great lenses

      Posted
      Anonymous

      I was shopping for a 10-18mm STM lens, but I had to jump on this package because it was such a good deal. The 10-18mm lens offers a very wide angle, I have read 108 degrees, and while it's a darker lens, it's also very sharp. It's largely inline with the 18-55mm or 55-250mm lens in terms of photo quality, so if you are familiar with those you should know what to expect. These cheaper Canon lenses have came a long way since the original IS lenses and earlier. The 50mm was a pleasant surprise. The aperture on this lens (f/1.8) is low enough to achieve the Bokeh effect on portraits quite easily. If used with an APS-C sensor, the zoom on this lens is an effective 80mm, making it adequate for many macro shots, but also functional enough for most portraits, although for the latter, I would prefer a 40mm lens (although the 40mm lens isn't as wide of an aperture at f/2.8 so I would not recommend it over the 50mm if you can only buy one). In my limited use so far, I find that f/2.8 can still achieve the Bokeh effect quite nicely as well but with a more gradual blur, and seems to be the sweet spot for macro shots.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Two essential lenses!

      Posted
      Wanderer59
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      I walked into Best Buy one evening to buy two lenses. Specifically, these two lenses! I wanted a wide angle for landscapes; and everyone who owns a DSLR should own a 50mm lens. I was excited to see this bundle; especially because it was on sale! Even if you own a cropped sensor (or APS-C) camera, the 10-18mm lens still offers a very acceptable wide angle perspective. The "nifty fifty" lens speaks for itself. It's a 'great walking' around lens to have on your camera. In my city, we have several really large summer festivals; this lens is perfect for taking portrait shots of festival visitors and friends. It provides outstanding bokeh for your portrait shots. Also, if you insist on insulting a DSLR by using it for taking selfies, the 50mm is right up your alley. (I regret offering that suggestion...) I gave this bundle four stars because the pricing doesn't save you much money at all if you purchase the lenses separately. But I got it on sale, which made this bundle a no brainer! In any event, if you're a serious photographer, these two lenses should be in your gadget bag.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Save on one good lens and one mediocre lens

      Posted
      IslandDad
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      The 50mm 1.8 does not disappoint. I had the original fantastic plastic version, but needed another one since my son started shooting. The metal lens mount is a step up and the picture are fantastic. The 10-18mm, though is a bit of a disappointment. First, as other online reviews have noted, it is quite a dark lens. It goes to f5.6 rather quickly and even in the bright sunlight of my island paradise, pics tend to come out under exposed. Shoot RAW if the shot really matters. Also, there's a lot of distortion on both ends of the zoom. When shooting video, you get an almost fisheye perspective while panning. Overall I'd say it's a fun lens to have, but not a great one.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Best Value for the Two Travel lenses

      Posted
      Iced
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      The Canon EF 50mm f1.8 Stm is a very sharp lens. I am using this one for flower photography and for portraiture. It's not the fastest lens but I am amazed how sharp the eyes of a subject could be even when being cropped! It's a little bit tricky though when using it to photograph flowers because of the shallow depth of field. But I always look at the LCD screen(zoom in) to review the in focus area. The Canon EF s 10-18mm IS Stm is a very a good lens too. I am using it for street and landscape photography. It's not the sharpest lens but it's good enough knowing the price is very cheap. And I am so happy with the way it performs during daylight, the IS serves me well. At night, as long as I am using tripod or with the steady hand, I can still get sharp images. For the price of both lenses amounting to $ 319.99 plus tax, it is the best package deal lenses available!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great lenses and combo package

      Posted
      RBrown
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      The build quality of these two Canon lenses is fantastic. They are smooth and sturdy. The glass is clear and produces great results. For the price these are a great upgrade from the dual kit lenses I have for my T6. The focus ring is very sensitive but mostly for the wide angle lens, I have noticed it is either needing to be focused almost all the way in one direction or the other but once your on pretty much on it you can see how sharp these lenses are especially in comparison to kit lenses. The focus ring is super smooth when using in manual. If using in autofocus it’s fairly quick and to me not overly noisy.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Very Disappointed in one lense

      Posted
      TrinaO
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      So this product was recommended. The EF-S lens does not fit on my 6D Mark III camera because it is for a crop sensor camera and not a full frame camera. Why they recommended this is beyond me. I have never had a full frame camera and this is my first but given that they recommended it I figured it was a good buy. I was sorry mistaken as I tried to put the lens on and it wouldn't fit. Now I can buy an extender tube to convert it however, that is another $100 or more and it will leave a ring around the entire picture.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good set for the price

      Posted
      derrickalda
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      The wide angle is nice for inside group pictures, or architecture. The lens aperture is high, but with modern ISOs, that's not as big of a problem with taking simple family shots. It has a little distortion, and feathering around the edges, but that is as expected with a wide angle approaching fisheye. I've had several 50mm primes over the years, and it's a excellent lens. Perfect for portrait, or shooting at low aperture to achieve depth of field blur.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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