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RF70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM

Popular Telephoto Zoom Lens Made Lighter And Smaller

One of the zoom trinity lens favoured by photographers across genres, RF70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM made a leap forward in its design--made possible with RF mount. Designed approximately 27% shorter and 28% lighter comparing to EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS III USM, providing mobility and to reduce the burden for prolonged use. With it's Image Stabilization of up to 5 shutter speed stops, RF70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM ensures sharp images in dimly lit situations. Stellar clarity across the focal length to shoot action packed sports or delivering beautiful bokeh suitable for portraits with its large aperture.

Unique to RF lenses, the additional control ring on the barrel of RF15-35mm f/2.8L IS USM that could be customised to control exposure settings; providing a more intuitive control especially while shooting.

  • Filter Size: 77mm
  • Image Stabilisation of up to 5 stops
  • Electronic floating focus control with 2 Nano USM
  • Additional Control Ring
  • Dust and Drip Resistant

    *For those who prefers a silent control ring during photography or video recording, the clicking sensation and sound of the control ring can be removed at Canon authorised service centre (chargeable).

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  • Cash Back promotion: $300

Last Redemption Date : 31 Dec 2022

Terms & Conditions
Terms & Conditions

  

  1. Promotion is valid for purchases made from 1st Nov - 31st Dec 2022.
  2. *Cash back given upfront at point of purchase.
  3. Applicable to purchases made with Canon Singapore Authorised Dealers only. Not valid with any other promotions.


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The EOS R system is Canon’s next evolution of EOS. At the heart of the EOS R system lies the 54mm large diameter RF mount. This revolutionary RF mount promises higher image quality – wider lens elements can be placed closer to the sensor, thus, reducing light refraction and aberrations.
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