Canon EF-M 28mm Macro Lens Quick Review

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The newly released Canon EOS M6 came with a 15-45mm STM lens and while it will do in most cases, one might need additional lenses for specialized work like macro photography. This is where the EF-M 28mm macro lens comes in.

The EF-M 28mm has been around since last year and it’s specifically tailored for the Canon EOS M series which provides a 44.8mm equivalent focal length. This is a normal-sized lens with a light and compact profile.

The lens barrel is less than 2.5-inches in length but comes with a smaller extending barrel about half the size of the body. This allows for tighter shots and a smaller footprint that reduces the incidence of shadows being cast on the subject.

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