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Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 L USM - is the L-series lens with the best optical performance of any Canon 50mm lens. The combination of an aperture with a nearly circular aperture for optimal reproduction of background tones (by evenly blurring out-of-focus areas) and a low depth of field at the widest aperture makes this model ideal for portraiture and studio photography. The f / 1.2 aperture can be used to enhance portrait photography by sharply focusing on the subject's eyes and subtly blurring facial features. The Canon EF 50 f / 1.2 L USM lens, which includes 8 elements in 6 groups, uses a large, high-precision variable curvature aspherical element to ensure uniform image sharpness without spherical aberrations that occur with standard wide aperture lenses. This aspherical element delivers sharp, high-contrast images across the entire focal length and aperture range. SuperSpectra coating helps prevent unwanted reflections and ghosting. At open apertures, you will hardly notice ghosting, however, improvements in these optical distortions in the lens are made to the detriment of chromatic aberrations - among all lenses with a focal length of 50 mm, the Canon EF 50 f / 1.2 L USM demonstrates the most unfortunate chromatic aberrations at open apertures. The problem of lens flare is really solved, which leads to the best contrast and color reproduction among all Canon "fifty dollars". Lens sharpness peaks up to about f / 2.8 - you won't find a sharper equivalent here, but when closing down to f / 8 or f / 5.6, expect the lens to be less sharp than expected for this high quality lens, and even slightly worse compared to cheaper models (Canon EF 50 f / 1.4 USM and Canon EF 50 f / 1.8 II). Lens bokeh features beautiful circular halos - the best of any Canon 50mm lens thanks to its 8-blade circular aperture. Thanks to the use of a ring-type ultrasonic motor (USM), which locks the lens with high precision, the correct focus on the subject is ensured on the first try However, the lens uses a different focusing motor than the cheaper Canon EF 50 f / 1.4 USM. At the same time, the focusing speed increases somewhat (but insignificantly), but, most importantly, the more expensive motor is much quieter and better damped - you practically will not feel or hear how the individual parts of the lens rotate, in contrast to cheaper analogs. The focusing ring for manual focus adjustment is wider and more comfortable than other fifty kopecks. This lens is best suited for wedding photographers, sports photojournalists, portrait photographers and journalists, as well as those photographers who prefer the best quality available and often use apertures from f / 1.2 to f / 2.0, as well as beautifully blurred backgrounds, minimal amount of glare. and halos.