Choosing one of the best 100mm lenses these days usually means not just a high quality prime lens in your hands, but many also double up with macro facilities. This means the lenses are not just good for areas such as portrait photography, but are also an ideal focal length to fill the full frame
The majority of lenses on the open market either fall into the camps of standard primes or zooms. Macro lenses also have their place when the tiny aspects of our world need to be captured, but they are not always as commonplace. In steps the Tokina FiRIN 100mm f/2.8 FE Macro, which is a medium
The Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM is no new lens to the market, having made its debut in the middle of 2009. Despite its age, photographers still enjoy using this lens. It has a convenient and practical focal length while still remaining quite light. You also can’t forget about the incredible image quality.