Canon EF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM review

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The Canon EF 28-300mm f / 3.5-5.6L IS USM is the company’s only super zoom lens for full frame rather than APS-C format DSLRs and is extremely heavy. Indeed, it weighs about three times as much as a Super Zoom lens and weighs 1,670g. Therefore, it looks and feels like a thick telephoto lens, and comes with Canon’s trademark off-white painting work and a tripod mounting ring. Launched in 2004, this lens matches the first edition of Canon’s EF 100-400mm IS USM lens with a trombone-style push-pull zoom mechanism instead of the usual twist-action zoom ring, providing adjustable friction. I am preparing. Damper.


mount: Canon EF
Full frame: Yes
auto focus: Yes
Image stabilization: Yes
Lens structure: 23 sheets in 16 groups
Angle of view: 75-8.25 degrees
Aperture blade: 8
Minimum aperture: f / 22-38
Minimum focal length: 0.7m
Maximum magnification: 0.3 times
Filter size: 77mm
size: 92x184mm
weight: 1,670g

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