The Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Lens is a long-reaching zoom lens that gives a 35mm-similar focal length range of 88-400mm, covering portrait-length to telephoto perspectives to fit working with distant subject matter. Greatly benefitting this lens’ reach is the incorporation of image stabilization, which fits to reduce the illusion of camera shake by as much as 3.5 shutter speed steps to enhance handheld use in low-light conditions. An STM stepping focal point motor may be integrated into the lens’ design to offer smooth, quiet, and fast focusing performance that may be ideally-suited for video applications in addition to tracking moving subjects. The rear focusing system, high-speed CPU, and an enhanced AF set of rules also give a contribution to quickened overall AF speeds. Full-time manual focal point may be supported to allow fine-tuning of focal point even whilst working in AF modes. Moreover, the front lens section does not rotate all through focusing to raised facilitate the usage of polarizing filters. The optical construction of the lens employs one ultra-low dispersion glass element to lend a hand reduce chromatic aberrations and distortion all through the zoom range whilst also enhancing contrast and clarity. Optimized lens coatings have also been applied to make sure color fidelity by countering the consequences of lens flare and ghosting.
Long-reaching zoom lens provides a 35mm-similar focal length of 88-400mm, covering portrait-length to telephoto perspectives.
Optical image stabilization helps to reduce the illusion of camera shake by as much as 3.5 shutter speed steps to learn shooting handheld in dim lighting and with greater zoom magnifications.
The STM stepping focal point motor produces near-silent, smooth, and quick autofocus performance that may be well-suited for video applications.
One ultra-low dispersion element helps to cut back chromatic aberrations and distortion whilst also contributing to bigger image sharpness, contrast, and clarity.
Enhanced lens coatings minimize flare and ghosting so as to produce true colors with maintained contrast.