CANON EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6L II USM IS Telephoto Zoom Lens
The compact, high performance Canon EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6L II USM IS Telephoto Zoom Lens is ideal for sport, action and wildlife photography.
The Canon EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6L Lens boasts a long focal length of up to 400 mm, making it ideal for capturing a wide range of subjects.
When used with APS-C sized sensors, the EF 100-400 mm offers angles of view equivalent to a 160-640 mm on a full-frame camera.
Versatile and portable enough to be taken with you on your travels, the Canon EF 100-400 mm Telephoto Zoom Lens is ideal for those travelling light.
When capturing the action, you can be confident of sharp, high-contrast images thanks to Fluorite and Super Ultra-low Dispersion (Super UD) lens elements. The three-mode Image Stabiliser allows you to shoot shutter speed up to 4 stops slower than normal while guarding against camera shake.
An Air Sphere Coating (ASC) prevents flare, ghosting and reduced contrast when shooting into the light, offering crisp, high quality images.
Take control of the zoom with the Zoom Touch Adjustment ring which sets the amount of resistance you feel when zooming. A light touch which quickly moves through the focal length is ideal for fast-changing situations, while more resistance can be added when you don't want the zoom to move as far.
For fast moving subjects you can take advantage of the quick USM autofocus that accurately locks on and focuses in near-silence. With a minimum focusing distance of 0.98 m you'll be able to quickly react to subjects which come closer.
You'll be able to keep shooting despite what the weather throws at you as the EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6L Lens is sealed against dust and moisture. The front element features a fluorine coating to repel dirt and keep the lens clean.
Capture the action with the professional quality Canon EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6L II USM IS Telephoto Zoom Lens.
Technical specifications for CANON EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6L II USM IS Telephoto Zoom Lens
- Lens hood
- Lens caps
- Lens case