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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.
The lens is super sharp and easy to learn to use.
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.