Canon EOS 7D SLR with Kit I  EF-S 15-85IS

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Canon EOS 7D SLR with Kit I EF-S 15-85IS Specifications

Battery
Battery Type Lithium Battery
Power Supply AC Adapter Kit ACK-E6 (with Optional Battery Grip BG-E7N or BGM-E6 Attached, AA-size Batteries can Used)
Dimension
Dimensions 148.2 (W) x 110.7 (H) x 73.5 (D) mm
Weight 820 g
Flash
Built in Flash Yes
External Flash Yes
General
Brand Canon
Color Black
Model Id EOS 7D
Type DSLR
Image
Face Detection Yes
Image Format JPEG, RAW, M RAW, S RAW, RAW JPEG, EXIF 2.21, DPOF
Image Sizing 5184 x 3456
Shooting Modes Live View Shooting, Remote Live View Shooting (with a Personal Computer Installed with EOS Utility)
Video Format MOV
Interface
Audio Video Interface VIdeo Output (NTSC, PAL)
Microphone Stereo
PictBridge Yes
USB Cable Hi-speed USB 2.0
LCD
Image Display Resolution 920,000 dots
LCD Display TFT Color Liquid-crystal Monitor
LCD Screen Size 3 inch
Supported Aspect Ratio 3:02
Video Display Resolution 1920 x 1080
ViewFinder Yes
Viewfinder Type Eye-level Pentamirror
Lens
Auto Focus Yes
Color Filter Primary (RGB) Color Filter
Focal Length 35 mm Equivalent to 1.6x Lens Focal Length
Manual Focus Yes
Media and Software
Memory Card Type CF Card Type I and II, UDMA-compliant CF Cards
Upgradeable Memory Yes
Other Features
Additional Features 19 Megapixels Total Pixels, Compatible Lenses: Canon EF Lenses (Including EF-S Lenses), Canon EF Mount Lens, Recording Format: Design Rule for Camera File System 2.0 and Exif 2.21, Recording Functions: Standard, Automatic Switching, Separate Recordings According to Image-recording Quality, Recording...View More 19 Megapixels Total Pixels, Compatible Lenses: Canon EF Lenses (Including EF-S Lenses), Ca
Continuous Shots High-speed: 8 Shots at 1 fps, Low-speed: 3 Shots at 1 fps
Delete Function Yes
Dust Reduction Yes
Face Detection Yes
HDMI Mini HDMI
ISO Rating ISO 100 - 6400
Metering Evaluative, Partial, Spot, Center-weighted Average
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Self Timer Yes
Shooting Modes Live View Shooting, Remote Live View Shooting (with a Personal Computer Installed with EOS Utility)
Supported Languages 25
Sync Terminal 1/250 sec
White Balancing Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten Light, White Fluorescent Light, Flash, Custom
Pixels
Optical Sensor Resolution (in MegaPixel) 18 MP
Other Resolution 5184 x 3456 (6.6 MB Large / Fine), 5184 x 3456 (3.3 MB Large / Normal), 3456 x 2304 (3.5 MB Medium / Fine), 456 x 2304 (1.8 MB Medium / Normal), 2592 x 1728 (2.2 MB Small / Fine), 2592 x 1728 (1.1 MB Small / Normal), 5184 x 3456 (25.1 MB RAW), 5184 x 3456 (25.1 6.6 MB RAW Large / Fine), 3888 x 2592 ...View More 5184 x 3456 (6.6 MB Large / Fine), 5184 x 3456 (3.3 MB Large / Normal), 3456 x 2304 (3.5 M
Sensor
Sensor Format APS-C
Sensor Size 22.3 x 14.9 mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Shutter Speed
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/8000 sec
Minimum Shutter Speed 30 sec

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How it's this shit quality?!?!
what's sharper, this lens or Sony E18-135?
Excellent review, Christopher. I use this lens on the Blackmagic 6k pocket camera (with aps-c senosor) and I find it to be every thing you say it is and more. It and the 50-200mm are the two I take with me. The in-lens stabilization is excellent---better than the vast number of cameras with sensor stabilization. Alas, Canon is right---in-lens stabilization is not fraught with so many of the problems you find with sensor stabilized images. Thanks for such a great review.
Cannot decide between this and sigma 15-50! Sigma is faster but smaller length. I primarily want it for landscape photography but fast for portraits is nice too. Also the IS seems better on Canon. I use T7i. What do you guys think
Hi. Please can you tell me what is best portrait canon lens and affordable. Note please my camera its canon eos 7d Thanks for any help
Best channel
I am seeing this lens very well priced used now in excellent condition now. In terms of used if I was looking at the 18-135 Nano or this one which would be best deal for overall on a Canon 7D... I don't plan to upgrade my body just want a good quality clear lens and this one looks great in this review
Really great, and honest review. Thanks.
So then here is my question. I am a retired Hasselblad wedding photographer. I now own a Canon 90d. Is this lens a good match. I mostly am doing vacation, sports non game portraits, and family. I get out holiday images printed to 5x7 and put them in an album. Is this older lens still a good match for the 90d. I am not interested in 24-70 2.8 to heavy for me now. I value your opinions and reviews. Thank you for giving us an idea of the selections that are out there. The Hassy was easier, great camera, 60 and 80mm a few film backs, a Quantum flash and you are ready to go. Thanks again for what you do for us. Getting married this year?
How well will this perform on a Canon EOS 50m mirrorless camara?
Hello Sir. Can You Update the review of this lens on your more Standard Test this days. This is Great option for Fuji now that Fringer has an adapter for Canon... Cheers!
Looks like Christopher does not take tme to respond to anyone, so I guess hold your comments or get answers elswhere.
Do you still recommended? 6 years later?
Can i use this lens on a t6??
Very helpful and I got one myself for my new EOS 200D Mk 2. Picture quality is superbly sharp!
Hey Christopher! This channel has helped me so much in terms of choosing the right gear. Thank you so much for all you do. Do you mind if I aks you a quick question about price? Right now, I can get the Canon EOS 7D (Mark 1 Original) + this exact lens in the video for 1.299 Canadian Dollars plus taxes (which adds 13% for harmonised sales tax). Do you personally think this is a good deal for a setup like this? Of course I'd rather go the Canon 6D (Original) with 24-70 f/4L IS route... but just wanted to know your opinion. Keep up the great work!
I mostly shoot at 18mm till 23mm with my kitlens. sometimes a miss a little bit more range for landscape , but not much. is it worth to upgrade to this 15/85mm. i can buy one for 150 dollars second hand .
Hey please reply me some professional, For my 80D which lens is best. efs 10-18mm, efs 10-22mm or efs 15-85mm? Need replies from u guyx.
Its for full frame?
I've been thinking of getting this one. But would you recommend this over the newer 18-135mm is usm? Most of my shots are on the longer side so I'm leaning towards the 18-135. But the extra wide angle is good to have for travels though. So I'm probably going to base my decision on image quality. What would be your pick for image quality?
My friend is looking to get a camera to upgrade from her 400d and asking me for advice. I think a 18-55mm kitlens wouldn’t be anything exciting to her, compared to a camera in phones nowadays. Could you recommend this lens over the 18-135mm STM option, for the wider 15mm ? Or is that more modern 18-135mm STM just a better lens ?
Do you recommend this type of lens for the ESO Canon M50?
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Hi would you still recommend this lens for an all around user/learner or is there something newer on the market that does the same? any recommendations or feedback is appriciated
is it compatible for EOS 80D?
What do you recommend for 650 d ? For general purposes? Thank you so much.
I always search for your videos when deciding on a new lens. Awesome reviews!
Will the 17-40mm beat this in terms of sharpness? I don't care about zoom range, I just want a good lens for landscape, and timelapse photography.
So it only works with crop sensors
I'm the 1k liker
I realise this is quite an old video but I thought I'd just point out that the 18-135mm (which is compared to the 15-85mm in terms of focus noise) now has an STM motor so it is virtually silent when focusing.
Canon EF-S 15-85mm lens for 5diii ?
will it fit well with the 70D?
Your Bloody Awesome MAte! Thank you!
A wonderful review, as it sold me on the lens for my new 70D.
Excellent review Gordon, thanks
So I purchased a Canon 28mm 1.8 USM for my 60D Canon and have used it for street, night and landscape photography and I love that little lense. Now i'm considering buying a second lense. Again mostly for cityscape and street photography, am I right at thinking that this would be a good choice? By having also the 1.8f lense with me any limitations of this lense can be covered I think.
It is a nice general lens but for sports photography I'd recommend a lens with a bigger focal length (e.g. EFS 18-135) . And for sports lower f is good, but that's usually in a higher price range (e.g. EF 70-200 / f 2.8)
Do you guys recommend this for general and sports photography? Im a comunication student but i have been invited to sports events and i would like to know what's better and not super expensive
To replace my 18-55 with a better and more versatile one (especially below 18) I bought the 15-85 because of this very helpful review. Got the lens today and there was a lens hood included. Perhaps canon fixed that because of your review. Thumbs up! ;) The zoom falling back when pointed upwards isn't the case with my lens. Maybe it starts to do this when the mechanic is worn down. The build quality and visual quality is very satisfying on the first look. It's a pretty good everyday lens.
Try D7100 you wouldn't be crying. Lens wise 10-20 wide angle or all in one purpose 18-200 or the stock 18-105
Nice photos. Even nicer that you took the time to actually put the data below your images. Many so called Pros on YouTube rant on about how good or bad certain L lens ( for example ) are but do not share images with data like you did with a lens which most Pros would overlook instead of superior glass due to their characteristics. You showed what one can do with this type of lens. Thanks for the time. I learned a lot.