Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens Review (On EOS 80D)

One of the most popular telephoto zoom lenses that is shipped with many entry level DSLR kits is the Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens. This is a lens that has been on the market for many years and may leave you wondering how well it performs on modern DSLRs. In this review I discus some pros and cons of this lens and we take a look at some photo taking with this lens.

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Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens Review (On EOS 80D)

Comments

Kevin Clements says:

Hmmmmm, no IS…may be a deal breaker for me with my shakey hands LOL

chelepalma says:

I bought this lens for $55 I couldn´t resist the deal, the photos that you take are beautiful maybe not the sharpest lens in the world but with a tripod they are pretty good.

FoodFolksandGuns says:

I just bought this lens refurbished from Canon’s website for $70. Its performance is so-so but for that price I couldn’t resist.

LEGIN 6 says:

I’ve had this lens for about two years It came with my camera kit and never used it because I was a beginner
instead I purchased a 22-250 because it has image stabilizer how ever as I improved my skills I decided to start
using this lens which helped me even more I’m in manual mode and manual focus with this lens all the time and take some pretty good pics
with this lens I’ve grown to love it

camera says:

thanks my frd

camera says:

can i use this lens canon 1200d

razib khan says:

can i use this lens with canon 700d ?

Lil Joey says:

would you buy it for $41? is it worth it?

TheTotalMechanic says:

I had this lens from my previous Digital Rebel XTI (which i recently upgraded to the 80D from) and while the IQ was all right, i feel my more recently purchase of the 55-250 STM was much better with sharpness and vignetting as well as chromatic aberration. Overall the “loss” of focal length was more than justified with the difference in overall image quality. The 75-300 is by no means a bad lens, i just feel the 55-250 is much better. The 55-250 is also much more smooth when zooming over the 75-300. The 75-300 seems to skip a bit if you could call it that. The only thing that the 75-300 has over it is mechanical focus. I do prefer that over the focus by wire. Being a full frame lens the 75-300 on an APS-C sensor gets the best glass in the center of the sensor. I like the IS on the 55-250 but the 75-300 was easy to wrangle without it.

Divi Photos says:

Keep up the great work

Joe's Photo & Video Channel says:

One of the most popular telephoto zoom lenses that is shipped with many entry level DSLR kits is the Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Lens. This is a lens that has been on the market for many years and may leave you wondering how well it performs on modern DSLRs. In this review I discus some pros and cons of this lens and we take a look at some photo taking with this lens.

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JW Studios says:

What would be a good price for this bad boy used in good condition?

Paul Gibbons says:

Great video Joe. I’m looking to upgrade my Rebel XT’s stock lens (18-55) to something with better zoom. In the $200-$250 range. Any suggestions? I see the EF 75-300 is only $100 on Amazon, but have a bit more to spend for something better.

BigBadWolfe None says:

I got this for 50 bucks as it was a display model and it’s worth 50 bucks on my Rebel t3, but IDK. Coming from a Nikon 55-200mm VR on a Nikon D3000 I just wasn’t very impressed. Love the lens that came with the Rebel t3, very clear and sharp vivid colors. After your video I’m gonna give it another shot because you have some fantastic photos with it.

Lokesh Lama says:

this lens can I use on canon 1300d ? or not?

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