Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Standard AutoFocus Lens – Gray Market

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Standard AutoFocus Lens - Gray MarketDescription

Shipping Height: 3.0 Shipping Width: 3.0 Master Pack Qty: 0 General Information Manufacturer: Canon, Inc Manufacturer Part Number: 2514A002 Brand Name: Canon Product Line: EF Product Name: EF 50mm f/1.8 II Standard & Medium Telephoto Lens Marketing Information: This is the lightest EF lens of all at a mere 4.6oz. Compact and high-performance, standard lens. Its Gaussian optics provide sharp d


  • Superb lens featuring superb quality and portability.
  • f/1.8 speed makes it perfect for available-light shooting.
  • Ideal lens to accompany a zoom when shooting in low-light conditions.
  • Compact and affordable.

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This product was manufactured by Canon.

Brand: Canon
UPC: 033172418595
List Price: $225.82.
Used Price: $89.00 Only 15 left
New Price: $99.00 Only 84 left
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3 Responses to “Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Standard AutoFocus Lens – Gray Market”

  1. Susan Smith says:

    The reason this lens is selling for less than the same item listed at
    is because the item here is a direct import item (What is commonly referred to as Grey market. Meaning, it was manufactured with the intention of sale in a country other than the USA.

    The seller stated in an email to me:

    “There is no restriction on a retailer to purchase these items for sale in the US. However, manufacturer’s, by way of serial number tracking, are aware of which models were intended for sale in the US, and thus often refuse warranty service on the imported model.

    In lieu of the manufacturer’s warranty on these imported products, Unique Photo offers our own warranty to support what the manufacturer will not, so that the customer can make their decision with piece of mind. This warranty would be for a period of one year from…

  2. E. Wiest says:

    So, you just got your Canon SLR, and want to go beyond the kit lens. There is no better choice than the Canon 50 mm f/1.8 II. I have owned it for two years. I own higher-end lenses (70-200 f/4 L and 100 mm f/2.8 macro), but end up using this lens more often than any other. On a 1.6 crop body (like the Rebel series) the lens is a great portrait length. The lens is sharp enough that I cannot on a Rebel XS (12 mp) I go to pixelation before seeing effects of loss of sharpness from the lens on test photos.
    The biggest upgrade from the kit lens is the huge gain in speed. This lens is very sharp at f/2.0 or 2.2, and with normal indoor light you will be able to shoot flashless at ISO400 comfortably. This was the lens I trusted for the birth of our first son, and I couldn’t be more happy with the images it captured. Even in the low light of the hospital room I was able to catch those first eyes-open moments without a flash.
    This lens is very light (maybe a little cheap feeling),…

  3. Chuck Bittner "Disabled comedian & gamer!" says:

    To me this lens is a must buy for any new digital SLR owner and even advanced users. This is one of my favorite lenses and I always keep it on my camera.

    You should always buy a UV filter to protect the glass on any lens you have. This in my opinion is the one thing everybody who purchases an expensive lens should do. UV filters don’t affect the photographs you take but it’s a layer of plastic between the scratchable glass and the world around you. It’s a MUST BUY.

    If your photographer who’s not on a budget and really wants the best lens in my opinion check out the 50mm 1.4 f-stop lens below. It retails for about $300 but it’s such a better lens and has another step down in your f-stop from 1.8 to 1.4. And its aperture has eight blades instead of just five found in this lens. The effect of more blades means the objects in your background will have a smoother blur to them and generally will look better…

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