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The Canon RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS is a versatile, high-quality telephoto zoom for Canon RF-mount mirrorless cameras. Key features include:
Versatile, fast-aperture telephoto zoom
Five stops of optical image stabilization
Fast, quiet, and accurate autofocus system
Customizable control ring
Canon RF Mount. The Canon RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS belongs to Canon’s line of RF-mount lenses. It’s compatible with RF cameras, such as the EOS R and EOS RP. It does not work with Canon EF-mount cameras.
Fast-Aperture Telephoto Zoom. This lens’s focal length covers an impressive portrait to short-tele focal range, making it perfect for sports shooters and event photographers. The fast f/2.8 aperture and rounded nine-blade diaphragm offer shallow depth-of-field capability and enable shooting in difficult light.
Optical Image Stabilization. The built-in optical image stabilization system provides up to five stops of correction, allowing you to shoot in low light and at lower shutter speeds without worry. There are three stabilization modes, each of which suits a different purpose: a standard single-shot mode, a panning-optimized mode, and a mode that only activates the stabilizer during the exposure.
UltraSonic Autofocus Motor. The Nano USM system uses both a ring-type USM and an STM mechanism to ensure fast, accurate, and nearly silent autofocus performance. You also get full-time manual focusing when you’re working in one-shot AF mode.
Advanced Optical Design. This lens’s thirteen-group/seventeen-element optical design includes one Ultra-Low Dispersion element, one Super UD element, and two aspherical elements which combine to reduce aberrations, color fringing, and distortion for maximum clarity, color accuracy, sharpness, and rendering.
Customizable Control Ring. You can configure the RF 70-200’s customizable control ring to adjust a variety of exposure settings, such as aperture, ISO, and exposure compensation.
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34° to 12°
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|Super Ultra Low-Dispersion Elements||
|Ultra Low-Dispersion Elements||