Canon Launches RF200-800mm Super Telephoto Zoom Lens for Full-Frame Cameras
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Canon has unveiled the RF200-800mm f/6.3-9 IS USM, the world’s first super-telephoto zoom lens for full-frame cameras. Covering a focal range of 200mm to 800mm (320mm to 1280mm on APS-C cameras), the lens eliminates the need for multiple lenses, making it a versatile choice for capturing distant subjects without lens changes. Weighing 2,050g and measuring 314.1mm in length, the lens remains compact and lightweight, facilitating handheld shooting.
Equipped with up to 5.5 stops of optical image stabilization, the RF200-800mm corrects camera shake at long focal lengths, allowing sharp images even at slow shutter speeds. Driven by Canon’s Nano USM, the lens offers high-speed autofocus for stills and smooth, quiet focusing for videos.
Designed for action, the lens features dust- and drip-resistant sealing for durability during outdoor shoots. The white paint coating reduces heat absorbency, preventing temperature rise due to sunlight.
Canon’s RF200-800mm f/6.3-9 IS USM redefines super telephoto zoom lenses, providing unmatched reach and versatility for photographers and videographers using full-frame cameras.
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