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|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 2.9 x 3.5" (7.37 x 8.89 cm)|
|Filter thread||58 mm|
|Weight||1.24 lb (565 g)|
|Format compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
|Angle of view||27°|
|Tilt/shift||Tilt ± 8°
Shifts ± 11mm
|Focal length||90 mm|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:3.44|
|Minimum focus distance||1.64' (50 cm)|
|Camera mount type||Canon EF|
With shift and tilt capability, the Canon TS-E 90mm f/2.8 is a special-use lens, but one that is incredibly sharp and able to capture some unique images.
Extremely sharp. Tilt and shift capability. Lockable adjustments.
Manual focus only.
The first tilt/shift lens Canon produced, the Canon TS-E 90mm f/2.8 Tilt-Shift Lens, is also Canon's highest optical performing tilt/shift lens. I don't like to be redundant in my reviews, but Canon's tilt/shift line shares many qualities.
The TS-E 90mm is Canon's first tilt-shift lens for 35mm cameras and has been around for almost 24 years now.Mine is tack sharp from the center to all four corners. I also could not notice any softness when the lens is shifted towards the maximum.I use this lens 90% for landscape and seascape work.
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.
I have the 24LII, 85LII, 200 2L IS and nothing else. After using the TS-E 90, I figured it has every right to be in the same team as the above lenses. Although it's not an L-series lens, I have also used the new Nikon PC-E 85 2.8D ED Micro-Nikkor and the TS-E 90's build quality feels even slightly...
Canon's most underrated lens. Exceptionally good sharpness and bokeh
Not easy to change shift axis w.r.t. tilt axis
despite of ordinary glas material (no L-series) this lens has exceptional sharpness - but the best thing about it is the unsharpness! things out of focus get blured in a special way, not seen by any other lens - even if you stop down to f11!
this lens has no competitor
rotating front element, tiny shift & tilt knobs
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...
Used mainly for adjusting plane of focus in close-up flower portraits.
Consistent Output, Durable, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction
Heavy, Slow Focus
I bought this to use for 'long lens landscapes', as my 70-200mm is too heavy on long walks and I found I rarely used the longer end of the zoom anyway.<br /><br />The 90mm perspective is very versatile, from standard landscapes to close-up details.
Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Rugged, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction
I shoot a lot of food and I have been using my 90 tilt shift lens for years so when I recently dropped my last one it was a no brainer to order up a new one while I was sitting on location just moments after I did this.It has and always will be my GO TO LENS for food shoots.Cheers,Mark
I have only used this lens a short time so far but it brings back some of the control I had with my LF view camera. It appears very sharp and the controls are easy to use. The ability to rotate both the tilt and shift throughout a 90 degree range gives relatively precise control.