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CANON TS-E 90MM F2.8 TILT-SHIFT LENS

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CANON TS-E 90MM F2.8 TILT-SHIFT LENS
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CANON TS-E 90MM F2.8 TILT-SHIFT LENS is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
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Product Highlights
  • 35mm Lens w/ Tilt & Shift
  • Suited for Products to Portraits
  • 6 Elements in 5 Groups
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  • 35mm Lens w/ Tilt & Shift
  • Suited for Products to Portraits
  • 6 Elements in 5 Groups
  • Filter Diameter: 72mm
  • Diagonal angle of view: 51&deg
  • Focus adjustment: Manual focus, overall linear extension system
  • Closest focusing distance: 0.5m / 1.6ft
  • Gaussian optics give high-quality delineation and true background blur
 
 

Lens Performance

Lens Type: Digital SLR Lenses
Focal Length: 90mm
Maximum Aperture: f/2.8
Aperture (Max. & Min.): Max: f/2.8, Min: f/32
Camera Mount Type: Canon EF
Camera Format: Full-Frame
Angle of View: 27 degrees
Minimum Focus Distance: 0.50m
Maximum Close-Up Magnification: 0.29x
Groups/Elements: 5 Groups/6 Elements
Diaphragm Blades: 8

Lens Features

Image Stabilization: No
Autofocus: No
Tripod Collar: No

Physical

Filter Thread: 58mm
Dimensions (DxL): 2.9x3.5"
Weight: 565g

Additional Information

Warranty: 1 year manufacturer warranty
 
 
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Old school fun for product & portrait photography Although manual focus is old school, optically this lens is about as good as it gets. The build quality is on par with a L series lens. This lens has a bit of a learning curve through the additional creativity this lens provides makes it worth the effort. It has been one of the most used lens for product & portrait work.
Date published: 2010-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another astounding lens I actually borrowed this lens from Canon a year ago for testing and just happened to have a small assignment shooting a large antique tractor truck for a calendar while I had the lens. I was absolutely blown away by the image quality then and knew that I would have to own this lens at some point. And while I'm still shooting architecture most of the time, I don't anticipate using it much for that except for the possible detail shot of wrought iron, woodwork, etc. very occasionally. But for product shots both large and small, this lens is amazingly sharp. And of course being able to utilize the Scheimpflug principal will yield the great benefit of getting the image correct in the camera instead of compromising any pixels in post production. I also own the Canon 17mm & 24mm TS-E lenses. Those are both stellar optics and travel with me everywhere. This lens however, due to it's Gaussian design and focal length, is sharper, has NO chromatic aberration or barrel distortion, and just snaps into focus albeit manually. Pretty good performance for a 21 year old lens. The only downside is the fact that while the orientation of the shift and tilt can be altered, a small screw driver is required or you can send it to Canon's repair facility. The lens is delivered with these at a right angle to each other and upon delivery I changed this so I could tilt and shift in the same direction. A pleasant surprise for me after doing this is that the tilt and shift controls are on opposite sides of the lens and for that reason are much easier to manipulate; they don't get in each other's way. While I don't think much about macro photography, except when my children inquire about it, just yesterday I had the need to put this lens to the test. A friend who shoots portraits had an SD memory card which was causing problems so I used this lens focused to the nearest distance along with flash to shoot some quick snap shots of it. The detail allowed me to see physical damage to the card that wasn't apparent with the naked eye, and that was repairable and saved two hours worth of images for her. Again, at closest focusing distance there were no aberrations. I was amazed. And I've seen many examples of nature macro shots with creative blurring/focusing which I want to try. The only negative issue I can imagine with this lens is the size of the image circle. In certain situations I can see where an image circle larger than 58mm would be helpful. This will have little to no impact on anything I'm required to shoot. And lastly, Hollywood seems to have caught on to the value of all 4 of Canon's tilt-shift lenses since a major lens manufacturer is reworking and reselling these lenses in their barrels with gearing for follow focus and mounts for the major camera brands in that arena. I'm thinking Canon can probably thank the 5D Mark II and its' acceptance for movies and television for that.
Date published: 2013-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My 4x5" Sinar P2 Replacement? I'm advertising professional photographer since 1980 and large and medium format is what I used in this time since I have my second Canon, (my first was a Canon F1 in 1978, after that I switch to Nikon for a while) the new 5D, just after his launch into the market, I saw the TS90 in Canon's website and I got both at the same time, y feel from the beguining that this duo will be my future in my specialization: Product Photographyfor advertising at high level, whith better results than my Sinar P2 with high end Schneider optics and Hasselblad. So I really know what I talking about. I'm using it to shot portaits and models too And best at all: I can still using the Scheimpflug rule, in only one way, but excellent enough to have a good depth of field for close focusing set in table top take or macro with extension rings. I love big size to show and see my work and I'm pleased each time I see a photo taken with the TS 90 it's a magnificent, superb, and awsom lens!
Date published: 2016-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Still great after all these years. For tabletop product shooting and near macro work the TS-E 90 cannot be beat. The image crispness and detail is awesome. I often crop images in post processing and have never had trouble loosing detail in images from this lens. There are alot of digital tricks you can play with software. But the optical effects of a true shifting and tilting lens cannot truly be replicated after the fact by software.
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Flash Great value high quality flash.
Date published: 2011-04-01
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