Den kompakte EF-M 28mm f / 3.5 Macro IS STM til EOS M series digitale kameraer er verdens letteste objektiv med autofokus og verdens første makroobjektiv med indbygget Macro Lite (Macrolys indbygget i objektivet), der er designet til at hjælpe nye og mere avancerede brugere tæt på i at fange disse utrolige detaljer.

Canon EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM * 200,- CASHBACK

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EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM

The dew on a flower. The color of a cat's eye. The facets and sparkle of a diamond ring. Some ultra-close-up photos are difficult to capture with a standard lens. The compact EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM for EOS M series digital cameras is the world's lightest* autofocus lens and the world's first macro lens with a built-in Macro Lite**, designed to help new and more advanced users close in to capture these incredible details. The built-in, forward-facing Macro Lite helps illuminate hard-to-capture subjects for bright, vibrant photos showing off big, bold details. The world's first autofocus lens capable of focusing to infinity*** in normal shooting and Super Macro Mode provides magnification up to 1.2x, allowing for incredible close-up photography. While you're focusing that close, the Hybrid IS image stabilization helps keep the image sharp by helping to reduce blur due to camera shake. A lead screw-type STM stepping motor means the lens is smooth and quiet during operation. The EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM opens up a whole new world of the macro for beginner and advanced users.
 
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The EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM is the world's lightest macro lens*, featuring a total length that's less than 2.0 inches so you can take it just about anywhere with its easy portability. To help ensure pictures with minimal blur while capturing details and small objects, the EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM also features advanced Hybrid IS image stabilization technology.

* Among macro lenses for interchangeable lens cameras. As of May 11, 2016, based on Canon's research.