Do I need 70-200 lens?
If you shoot a lot of indoor sports, you’ll need the speed of the 70-200mm f/2.8 lens. Gyms and indoor arenas, as well as stadium lights can have terrible, dim lighting. You’ll need a fast (wide) aperture of the f/2.8 lens to shoot at shutter speeds fast enough to stop action.
Which is better 55 250mm or 75 300mm?
The 55-250 IS is excellent value for money and a far superior buy than any 75-300 zoom. I have one and it compares quite well with far more expensive lenses. The 70-300 IS is potentially a better choice mainly for its longer reach but it costs much more and is bigger and heavier.
Is 70 200 good for portraits?
For many portrait photographers, the 70-200mm f/2.8 lens is considered the key to great results. This lens seems like it covers all the bases that any portrait photographer would want: wide aperture, a range of good focal lengths, and excellent build quality.
What is the Canon 75 300mm lens good for?
This 4x telephoto zoom lens is ideal for the budget-conscious photographer with an interest in shooting sports, wildlife or portraiture. In common with other telephoto lenses, the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III compresses perspective and allows the photographer to restrict depth of field.
How far can a 70 200mm lens shoot?
On top of that, many lenses of that length will not perform well in low light and you may end up with a blurry image and poor composition. At 50ft from the subject, about 8 rows back, the 70-200mm range still works. The only shots you won’t get with that length are an ultra-wide of the stage and a close-up of a face.
How much does a Canon 70 200 Lens weight?
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Lens Specifications and Measurements
|Specifications||Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Lens|
|Manufacturer Specification Weight||52.6 oz (1490g)|
|Actual Weight||52.4 oz (1485g)|
|Lens Hood Weight||3.4 oz (95g)|