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A Sorry,it does not support,it supports Canon EOS DSLR Cameras.
A No,it doesn't support.
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A Yes, it fit Canon 700D .
A It does not fit canon eos m10
A yes，it is compatible for cannon 1300d
A NO,it isn't compatible with nikon d3100 D3821 Is compatible with nikon d3100,the link is https://www.tomtop.com/p-d3821.html
A ja, es compatible con canon rebel t3i .
I use this with a Canon T6. It is pretty sharp.
By Gilbert on January 27, 2018
Yes, however, it is a full frame lens so on the t6i the crop factor is important. This lens will be a 80mm f1.8 on the t6i. It WILL work perfectly but the focal length is the longer 80mm on that camera as it will be on all Canon APS-c sized sensor cameras. It is only a 50mm f1.8 on a full frame Canon Camera like the 5D series.
By Patrick on July 30, 2017
I used it on a Canon t3i yesterday :D
By tac cat on August 3, 2017
Ignore the other answers, as they are incorrect. This lens has an autofocus motor that squeals like a pig and is overall made with cheaper mateirals. I would only recommend it if you are using it in a place where there is no other people around.
By Kyle M. on July 11, 2017
sorry, it may not work.
By Darci on July 11, 2018
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By Von on June 11, 2018
It should be compatible. This lens is made for canon eos cams.
By Kyra D on June 3, 2018
Works fine with mine. Be sure to check the lenses very carefully for protective plastic. Mine was applied so well I missed it the first time.
By Mike 77373 on May 19, 2018
no, it falls off a lot
By sophia on May 18, 2018
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December 10, 2018
I don’t do photography professionally, but this lens really makes me feel like I do. It’s easy to use & very straight forward. It would be great for any beginners that don’t want to spend too much before diving into photography! You really won’t find a better lens for this price. It puts the quote “you get what you pay for” to absolute shame.
January 15, 2018
Ottimo obiettivo (che diventa 80mm su APS-C), decisamente luminoso ed incredibilmente economico (non stabilizzato), soprattutto se paragonato all'originale Canon. Arriva ottimamente imballato, con istruzioni in inglese; le foto pubblicitarie corrispondono perfettamente all'articolo. Idoneo alla mia eos 1300d (ovvio dato l'attacco ef/ef-s), se proprio si vuol essere pignoli, posso dire che l'AF è rumoroso. Dov'è quindi il trucco? Semplicemente è di una leggerezza estrema, completamente in materiale plastico (tranne gli anelli di fissaggio), quindi attenzione a come si maneggia (non è un campione di solidità), ma le performances sono ottime.
By John EFRD
November 22, 2017
The lens is decent for the price point and is a good starting lens. Pros- The lense's price point was relatively good and offered a cheaper alternative rather than Canon's lenses which can run up past $300 or more. Very fast focusing. Cons- The photos come out blurry when taken on the lowest F-stop available for the lens though increasing the F-stop by one or two stops should fix that. Conclusion: I overall enjoyed the lens as it had a cheap price point that didn't break the bank and provided a better alternative to Canon's lenses for photographers who don's have much money.
November 12, 2017
I got my YOUNGNUO 50mm 1.8 lens today, and I guess i got lucky - not only is it tack sharp, but mine has no dithering or hunting for focus even in pretty low light; in fact, it focuses faster than my Canon lenses and with much more sureness. I know that there's a certain amount of sample variation, but most of the reviews say this has very good image quality, and mine sure does. It has a creamy bokeh, too. Of course, nothing in life is perfect. For those shooting video, this lens isn't as quiet as Canon's STM 50mm 1.8. Mine is still pretty quiet, but not silent as you need for video where you'll be using the sound. And build quality, while quite good for a $50 lens, is pretty plasticky, but on the other hand, so are the Canon 50mm 1.8 and 50mm 1.8 STM lenses I've used. All in all, I'm really liking this lens, and the price and light weight make it even better. If you have a Canon camera and need a sharp prime for pictures, you can't go wrong with this lens. I think next I'll try the Yongnuo 35mm 1.8 and see how that does.
By Derrick James
September 13, 2017
Read the reviews and was leery at first but has worked well so far. I’m using a t3i still and this lense has done well. Only reason I rated it four stars is because sometimes it looks in focus and get the photos over to my Mac and are blurry. Could be user error, I am getting older so sight is not what it use to be. Overall I’ve had for a few months and have swapped this lense out with others over 3 dozen times and no issues with it sticking to the body. Quality probably not as great as canon but for $30-$40 cheaper I’m satisfied.
By LeRoy W. Lee
July 17, 2017
This is by far THE best inexpensive lens in my kit-bag!!! I have two other lenses that are zoom, but this is my only fixed, or "prime" lens as they're called. The fastest also at F1.8. You can blow-out the background with sometimes desired blur (less depth of field), and shot pics in very low light without having to up the ISO. This way you can print pretty big enlargements without graininess. This lens also has 7 aperture blades vs. 5 for the Canon 50mm F1.8. And, at almost half the cost. More aperture blades are desired when the lens is stopped-down to it's smallest setting; being F22 on this lens. It creates a more rounded "iris" or opening which makes for less distortion and chromatic aberration, or ghosting around the edges of the picture. Yes, the body is primarily plastic, and does not feel of high quality; nor is the Canon counterpart. But, it more than makes up for this in the quality of images and it's faster F-stop. I had a Canon F1.8 50mm, and literally wore it out, and at this price I just couldn't pass it up. I'm so delighted with this "Nifty Fifty" as it's called in photo circles. It has the usual M/AF switch on the barrel, and is actually slightly larger than the canon model in size and weight. The MF ring on the front is also a little bigger than Canon's, and makes for easier focus. I have a Yongnuo TT/NW680 flash which is also a great, and inexpensive product vs. the HIGH cost of Canon's flashes. I'm not Canon bashing again, but they do charge a premium for their accessories... Buy this lens now if you can, as many believe it will go waaayyy-up in price once it gains momentum and popularity among photogs! You will not be disappointed in this purchase. PROMISE...
By Just Trish
July 4, 2017
I am really enjoying this lens! I broke my plastic canon version and was so sad but knowing the performance of that lens I was a little skeptical of purchasing another for a general use. This lens is of similar quality (again compared to the plastic canon 50mm) but it doesn't give me a hard time with soft pictures or having the AF jump around. It isn't perfectly smooth with the AF or maybe my canon was a complete lemon and I didn't know but I am happy I opted for this instead. So happy, in fact, I picked up the 35mm version also and love it. The picture quality reminds me of a cross between the current 50mm and the old awesome film version my mom used. I know, because I still use that old glass with a converter on my 50d.
By Peter Koegel
June 11, 2017
Been very pleasantly surprised with this lens so far. I use this lens on my EOS M mirrorless camera with an EF-EOS M adapter. The photos it takes are very sharp. The colors are bright. The bokeh is better than my EF-M 22mm. The autofocus is pretty fast. I can shoot images faster with this lens on the adapter than with the native EF-M 22mm or EF-M 18-55mm lens. The only negative I have experienced so far is the noise of the autofocus. I have shot video with this lens yet to see if the autofocus noise gets picked up by the camera mic. I consider the noise a fair trade-off for a lens that is forty percent cheaper than the nifty-fifty. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
By SJ Kwapien
May 15, 2017
After reading the mixed reviews, I hesitantly purchased this lens fully prepared to be faced with noise and out of focus shots. Thankfully, those negative reviews have not been my experience! I've taken this lens for a run twice now at two outdoor events with tons of activity, varying outdoor lighting (harsh mid-day sun, indirect sun and shade) and when looking through the shots at the end of the day, I can easily say the only thing that needs improvement are my composition skills. I felt the lens was extremely responsive and behaved exactly as I would expect, and the light weight and small size of the lens made for a much better outdoor photography experience than I'm used to. With the lens set to aperture priority 1.8, the shots were crystal clear at my focus points, and even though the subject (a toddler) was constantly moving, the lens had no troubles keeping up. Switched to shutter priority, it responded like a dream and the images looked exactly as I would expect. As a family/lifestyle photographer, I have to say I wish it hadn't taken me so long to get this lens!! It will be a staple in my bag for every photo shoot or family trip.
May 9, 2017
Bought this Yongnuo a year and a half ago, so far so good, No problems, no issues. I also have the Canon fifty which I like better but the price is also more for that Canon. I bought this one for my T3, which I keep in a separate bag and let the kids use it when they want to borrow my camera. I have a T3i which I like to use, and I use the Canon fifty with that one and keep it in that bag. The Yongnuo is definitely worth the price if you want a nifty fifty, just starting out, and don't want to invest $125 in the Canon, but $50 or so works better for you. When you can find a new lens within the range of $50 that's a deal.
By Colin Love
May 8, 2017
This is an absolutely stunning lens for this price point. Image quality is consistently sharp, and especially when stopped down to f/8. In my studio photography, this lens shows all. Every wisp of hair, every little freckle, it's just fantastic. Wide-open the overall sharpness could be a bit better, but the bokeh (quality of the background blur) is wonderful, the extra aperture blades that set this lens apart from the official Canon 50mm 1.8 II make all the difference in keeping those orbs of light round and unobtrusive. If you're looking for a lens, get this. It won't solve all problems in photography, but it is more than worth it for the quality of the lens, and the quality of the discipline it requires to shoot without the flexibility of zooming. There's a reason I've had a 50mm lens on my camera (first the Canon, now this) for more than a year now. I'll occasionally swap out for other primes when needed, but the 50mm consistently delivers high quality images, even on my Rebel T5i, which is no more than an entry-level DSLR. And for those wondering, I do prefer this over Canon's model. It's half the price, but certainly not half the quality; the focus ring feels nicer in the hand and the overall build feels more sturdy (even if it is still a plasticy lens.)
March 14, 2017
For the price you pay,this is an amazing lens. I do not regret my purchase at all, although slightly loud when it comes to auto focus noise while recording, this lens is top notch for only being $53. I much rather stick to manual focus but if you use auto focus then it might be a tad bit slow, but even then it's not a deal breaker. If you're looking into buying a prime lens but you're on a budget or if you just want to try out a lens before making a bigger investment then this is the best choice especially if you're just branching out into prime lenses.
By Grace Moe
March 10, 2017
So in terms of usage for me, it’s really awesome for the price! I’m pretty beginner at photography and use it for headshots of haircuts I had completed for my portfolio. It serves its purpose without breaking your wallet! I also took it to a concert recently and got some really nice shots even not being right near the stage. The quality is excellent! I was by no means looking to spend hundreds of dollars to invest in lenses as I don’t have a desire to dive into photography too much, so this was a perfect buy!
March 7, 2017
I LOVE THIS LITTLE, $50 Lens!!!I own a fotodiox canon to Sony emount adapter that allows me to use a different Canon lens and the autofocus worked ...this lens does NOT auto focus with my a6300 camera, it's manual only...however; minutes before I was returning it to Amazon to buy a Sony brand 50mm instead; I decided to mount it on my old Canon 20D...my last camera ...I have taken beautiful photos for years with it...anyway; this 50mm is SUPER SHARP, auto focuses equally as my several canon lenses do...I'm keeping it and my pics are sharper on my 20d than my LOVED Sony a6300!!! Buy this if okay with manual only on non canon cameras. Otherwise this little cheapo is awesome!!
By Jim H.
November 23, 2016
I am a professional photographer and had a failure in one of my high end lenses at the most inopportune time. I sent my "L" lens off to be repaired and needed something to replace it until I could get it back. After a lot of research I just couldn't find anything better for the limited amount of money I could spend. The ratings were good but I just couldn't believe that this would give me the quality I needed. Having no other options I ordered it anyway to fill the need. What a pleasant surprise. After a minor glitch (my fault, explained below) I found this lens will give me crisp clear focus and colors. It is an excellent lens for those who cannot afford the top of the line lenses that will last forever but take forever to pay for. This lens is good for probably a year of continual medium to heavy use and then just throw it away and buy another. It is made of plastic and needs tender loving care to hold up for any amount of time but I think you will be pleasantly surprised at the quality of photos you can get from this. If you have a limited budget and need a lens that will get you those low light photos then buy this. Yopu won't be disappointed. Just be careful on banging it around. Now a little help and the "glitch" I mentioned. When this was delivered I handed the box to an associate and went to a meeting. I got a call that the lens was horrible and the best focus was slightly blurry with a halo around everything. My initial reaction was that "You get what you pay for". Upon my return to the studio I grabbed the lens and put it on a different body and got the same result. It looked like I was shooting through a thin film of Vaseline. Upon closer inspection I found that my associate had removed the protective plastic sheet from the front glass of the lens but not the small one on the back glass. (think of the plastic on the front of a new phone) If you remove both piece of plastic you should get some pretty good photos.
By G. Brockett
April 5, 2016
I purchased this lens primarily as a cost effective low light lens, and for that the F:1.8 is nice. The focus is considerably noisier and slower than any of my Canon lenses. The perspective on my Canon Rebel T6 is the same as my vision, i.e. the view through viewfinder is identical to the one through my eye not looking through the viewfinder. For the price I think it is a great deal, even if I likely won't use it as much as the stock 18-55mm F:3.3 zoom when shooting in this range. When mounted the lens extends about (measured without filter)) 1 5/16" (4 cm) from the camera body.
By Keys Cuda
March 31, 2016
What I like: Price; image quality; the 1.8 for low light photos. Where the low price shows: Slow autofocus (too slow for action photos, fine for general use); minimum focus longer than Canon 50m lens, so not great for macro. It you want a 50 for portraiture, event shots or landscape, it's OK. Posted by a guy who carries a camera bag for work, and shoots community-sports pix. When using it for indoor sports (basketball), I use the manual focus to pick a spot on the floor, and wait for the action to get there, rather than wait for the camera to autofocus.
March 30, 2016
I ordered a $50 lens - and got a $50 lens. But for that price, it does certainly give great results. It is a piece of plastic, knockoff of the Canon 50 1.8, but again, for $50, you really cannot go wrong. I have taken some absolutely beautiful photos with this lens attached to my canon 5D. I would recommend this lens as the perfect first prime lens for any photographer looking to upgrade from their kit lens. I have seen several youtube reviews of this lens as well, and for the most part it seems that performance is nearly indistinguishable from the canon version. I cannot chime in because I only have this version. If you don't care about looks, and care more about function for price, this lens is for you. If you want something a little nicer looking that works basically the same in all regards, then go for the new canon STM version and spend an extra $75.
By James H.
March 3, 2016
After reading positive reviews on camera sites and Reddit, I wanted to buy this lens to use with the Canon SL1. I am an amateur photographer very far from expert level, but my understanding of this lens's stand-out feature is its large aperture. A large aperture (low f-stop) narrows the depth of field, putting the foreground and background out of focus. It also lets in more light, useful in situations that may benefit from that. I chose this lens over the official Canon 50mm lens primarily because it has a seven-blade aperture whereas the Canon has a five-blade. The five-blade lens creates hexagon-shaped bokeh--the blurred light orbs that can appear in an out-of-focus background. More blades = rounder bokeh, and that is usually desirable. Of course, this lens is also cheaper than the Canon. Pros: takes good pictures (obviously important) autofocus is reasonably quick light-weight inexpensive produces round bokeh
February 2, 2016
This is my first 50mm lens for my Canon Rebel SL2 and I figured for $60ish, why not get myself a 50mm prime like this one. As far as I can tell, this lens gets the job done and seems to work well enough for what I need at the moment. I would recommend that Yongnuo improve the material used for the lens as it definitely seems quite cheap with plastic-y feel to it even more than the plastic kit lens Canon and Nikon provide. Obviously the material is probably the reason it's so reasonably priced, but if the material was better I'd be willing to pay $70. Also the autofocus motor is very talkative...not the quietest motor in the garage if you know what I'm trying to say, but hey it does focus well enough once it does so...what can I say. Overall I'm pleased with the lens and would consider buying more lenses from Yongnuo in the future so long as the quality of the material is ever so slightly improved. More than likely I'll probably get myself the Canon Nifty-Fifty (50mm 1.4 or 1.8) STM since they are actually better quality in every aspect, but for now I'm not doing professional portrait shoots so I don't need them yet and this 50mm will serve me well enough to self-portraits and just overall learning how to work a 50mm lens.
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