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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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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 Joe, Access3Dservices
December 19, 2017
I bought this lens to use on my Canon EOS Rebel T6S based on the positive reviews not expecting much for the low price, but I was pleasantly surprised with the results. The lens takes great shots with a beautiful blurry background with open aperature! It sounds like a blender full of marbles when it's focusing so it's probably not great for video with audio, but for $50 it takes incredible still shots! While the plastic mount and overall construction feels a little cheap, you need to be careful with all lenses anyway, so I don't see that being a detraction from this lens's value. If you're used to very expensive lenses costing 20x or more you might not be happy with this, but if you're already considering buying it don't delay, because you could be missing out on some incredible photos!
By Grumpa Tom
November 1, 2017
It's okay for $68 and I did not expect a lot. I just wanted to try out a 50mm prime before I spent big money on a good lens. This lens does not have sharp focus, it is soft everywhere. However, I do have to give it credit for having some amazing bokeh! The photos I took can certainly be considered decent "snapshots" but if you try to crop at 100% you will not be happy. REVISION: Thanks to another user who pointed out that there is also a plastic cover on the inside lens (I had removed the cover from the front lens) I removed it and took some more photos. Well yeah, there is a marked improvement in IQ. Silly me. Who knows how long I would have gone before I noticed it. TO ALL BUYERS: THERE ARE PLASTIC COVERS ON BOTH THE FRONT AND REAR LENSES! So now I am happy with the lens and will be using it more than I expected. I have added one more photo. This is a 100% crop, unretouched, after removing the plastic from the inside or rear lens.
September 5, 2017
This lens will rate differently according to your level of experience. If you are a beginner and this is your first prime lens, you'll be happy with it and love the low price. If you are intermediate to advanced, you will not be happy with it and understand why the Canon versions cost more. If you are a beginner and your main focus is to buy equipment that does the job and is cheap; this is for you. If you are intermediate to advance; save for the Canon 1.4 at least. This YN lens will only frustrate you because of it's lack of sharpness, focusing noice, and overall build quality. I really wish Yongnuo had tried to make a version of the Canon 1.4 instead of doing this version of the Canon 1.8. Hoenstly, for the price, it probably deserves 5 stars, but for my consumer experience; it deserves 3 stars. I think 4 stars is fair.
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 James Hicks
July 5, 2017
At first I was disappointed in this lens as it seemed to lack heavily in the sharpness department and it seemed to hunt for focus. However, I soon discovered the manufacturer had placed a protective plastic sticker over the inside element of the lens (the glass closest to the sensor) that I had not seen. One I removed this sticker the performance of the lens was just I had expected from reading up on it on the photo sites- excellent! I wouldn't pay more than $60 for this lens because anymore than that and you could just get the canon version but for the $40-$60 range this lens performs exceedingly well.
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.
May 18, 2017
I have both the Canon 50mm 1.8 II (NOT the updated STM model) and this Yongnuo 50mm 1.8 model. Thus far in comparison I can say that in terms of build quality they are almost the same. The old Canon 50mm is pretty light but plastic feeling. The Yongnuo feels the same. In terms of performance, again, the lens' are very similar. The Canon does have slightly faster and smoother auto-focus, but it is barely noticeable and would not impact daily usage. I haven't had a proper comparison of the image quality of the two lens' but from my use thus far the Yongnuo is just as good as the Canon. Overall, for the price of about $55 (exactly half of the Canon 50mm II) this lens is worth every penny and I would purchase it again. I thought the Canon 50mm 1.8 II was a bargain for how well it performed, but now that I have this Yongnuo for half the price....its honestly crazy cheap for what it offers.
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.
April 11, 2017
I decided to learn digital photography with my wife's old Rebel XT. She already has a nice assortment of glass and rather than put her expensive lenses at peril, I decided to pick up the YN50. They now use a dark blue film with a visible tab that makes it obvious that you should remove prior to use ;). I'm extremely satisfied with the AF performance of this unit. I didn't expect it to work as well as it does for such a low price point. In MF mode the manual action is pretty smooth. Not as smooth as my wife's fixed lens but at 1/10 the price I can easily forgive the YN50. Bang for buck it's hard to beat. This sample was taken indoors without flash (ISO 1600)
By Life With Kait Blog
March 9, 2017
This prime lens is perfect if you're like me - a hobby photographer or a mama who is constantly chasing around a toddler! I use this lens in conjunction with my Canon T5 camera, and so far it does not disappoint! I didn't have the funds to purchase the name brand Canon competitor of this lens, but this one works exactly as I had hoped and imagined. I am able to lower the f/stop for those perfect blurry background shots (or for hiding the messy house in the background... whichever) and also provides me with so much better lighting in our dungeon of a home. It is easy to snap on and off the front of the camera for a quick lens change if need be. I like the compact size so I will probably be packing this to take with us on our trip to London later this year. It does have the stabilization button on the lens, just like it's more expensive Canon cousin. Overall I am very happy with this lens and what I use it for, and thanks to clarity and beautiful photos it snaps, our daughter will definitely never be short on photos.
January 12, 2017
Am new at photography and have an older Canon XTI. Currently have a kit 18-55 and 5-250 with the lowest f at 3.5. I've wanting a 50mm at a fairly lower price since I'm just starting out and on a budget. Was looking at this and comparing to maybe a used Canon. I'm incredibly glad that I got this! the pictures attached are right out of the box. It is definitely made in good quality and surprising at how much it is. There IS a plastic film on both ends you have to remove before use. I can see how the autofocus would be loud for video, but for pictures it's perfect! The main reason I wanted this lens was the F1.8. I wanted to get specific focus and blurs (i think its called bokeh) for a two shoots i have lined up. Definitely see how people keep this lens as their main walk around lens. All the pictures attached are un-edited and varied in light (indoor and outdoor); converted from RAW to JPEG at highest quality and no flash used. It came next day and packaged very well. Would absolutely buy this again and recommend to everyone.
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 Ingemar Smith
June 30, 2016
I have owned this lens for about a month and taken around 500 shots with it. It is not as good as its direct competitor, Canon's Nifty Fifty. It is not as sharp. The chroma is about the same or ever so slightly worse than the Nifty Fifty. On a tight budget or as a backups backup, it is good to have this. It's fifty bucks. I wish it were as sharp as Canon's budget offering. I would get several of these. As it stands, I'll stick with one and reacquire a Canon or Sigma fifty.It remains to be seen if Yongnuo used the same internal design as Canon which will mean that little plastic focus backstop will start breaking off in these as it ALWAYS eventually does in the Canon. We'll see. A good decently sharp lens at half the price of its direct competitor is a great deal.
By Nate F.
June 2, 2016
Great lens for the price - Yes, it's a hair softer at 1.8 than the Canon lens, but it's nothing that can't be fixed in post. I've shot video with this as well as taken plenty of photos and this lens looks great. A few things I've noticed: - The auto focus is a little slower in low light, but nothing terrible. Give it something with good contrast to focus on and this won't be a problem. - The auto focus is fairly loud, but not much louder than the Canon kit lens. Don't let that scare you away. - I noticed when using this lens at a distance, say when you're subject is more than 50 ft away, at f1.8 you'll notice a slightly heavier chromatic aberration in the magenta tones. This goes away at around f2.2, but it wasn't noticeable when the subject was closer to the lens. Again, this is something you can fix in post. Overall, for the price, this is an amazing lens for video and stills.
May 6, 2016
I've used the Canon 50mm f/1.8 in the past and I really disliked it. However, that was earlier in my photographic education and it's been apparent for a while that I needed a 50mm consistently for my wedding/commercial work. I saw this offering by Yongnuo and thought, "What the heck, for the price of a few lunches I can try it this focal length again." I've been pretty surprised at the quality of this lens. Though only 1/25th the price of the stellar Canon 50mm f/1.2, this little piece of gear does what it needs to do without too much hassle. This is *definitely* a solid offering in the 50mm world and I would recommend this over the Canon f/1.8 any day of the week. No noticeable vignetting and crisp color/sharpness definition.
By Stacey J.
March 9, 2016
Alright. I had mixed expectations for this. I heard both good and bad things, so I thought I'd give it a shot. I have a Sony a6000 and use an adapter for EF-S lenses, because I had several already and didn't feel like dropping $250 on an E-Mount nifty fifty. Anyways, I could not be more satisfied with this lens. I've been shooting with it all day and have been getting amazing results. The large aperture is great for low light, and I don't see any problems with the edges of photos I've taken. The boken that you can get with it is also great. The lens itself feels very solid, even though it is quite lightweight. Mounts perfect. Only complaint I have is that the focus ring is slightly looser than it could be, so manual focusing is just a bit more tedious. Other than that, it's a great lens. Now, if it weren't for the terrible packaging, I would have given it five stars. The box it came in was about 12x18". The actual lens is under 4" all the way around. Inside the outer box, the lens (and the small box it came in) was packed extremely loosely. There was on air fusion inside. Now, you'd think that a) they could be a little less extreme on the amount of packaging and that b) they would pack the lens so that it can't bounce and move freely around the box. I'm slightly surprised it wasn't damaged in shipping. Maybe do something about that. Here are a few of the pictures I took tonight, illuminated by nothing other than a street lamp quite aways away and the moon. 5 second exposures, ISO 400.
By Forrest Whitesides
March 1, 2016
My copy is moderately sharp wide open and has a really nice bokeh. Build quality is similar to the older Canon "nifty-fifty", which is to say flimsy plastic. Sturdy enough, I suppose. But considering this lens is about $50, and the image quality is very similar to the Canon (non-STM), it's a really hard to beat value, especially for beginners wanting to get a taste for prime lenses or as a nice cheap all-around option for a second or third SLR body. I think the newer Canon 50mm f/1.8 (STM version) is a better lens, but it's 2.5x the cost of the Yongnuo. For budget shooting, there probably isn't a better lens than this one. My only gripe (so far) is that the lens is shipped from the factory with plastic static stickers on both front and rear elements, and they are difficult to remove without tweezers. This opens up an opportunity to scratch or otherwise mar the front or back lens elements before you even get to use it. I'm all for protection during packing and shipping, but they should have made the protective plastic easier to remove.
By Colin Stevenson
February 24, 2016
I'm no professional photographer, but still wanted to create, so I got this. Since I was learning photography while using this, it fit my needs well. It had an autofocus when I was having trouble manual focusing, and the manual focusing was easy to use. Now that my tastes have refined a little, this lens definitely has some flaws. It's autofocus can be a little soft, and it has trouble with focusing closely. Even more, compared to some nicer, but still relatively budget lenses, this isn't very sharp. If you don't plan on doing tons of photography, are just taking family photos, or starting out photography and want to try a new lens but don't make enough money for much else, this lens should be good for you. I've been shooting on a crop sensor, so this lens is better for portraits for me, but I've created all kinds of fun photos with it.
By J. Shulke
February 10, 2016
I've held off for some time, wanting to skip the Canon 50mm 1.8 and put the money towards the 1.4 instead. But when I read a review about this lens, seeing that it was pretty much identical to the Canon, yet costing a third less (which is nice) but more importantly, having a 7 bladed aperture as opposed to the Canon's 5 blade, I decided to pick it up. So far, it seems to focus and work well, although I'll admit, the autofocus noise shocked me. (My other lenses have all been STM models, and I haven't experienced the standard USM Canon lenses yet.) But I don't ever plan on shooting video with it, and the bokeh in photos will look far nicer due to the 7 blades. I consider this to be a better buy over the Canon model, as far as the 50mm 1.8 is concerned.
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