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Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L IS USM

A professional grade L-series zoom lens that’s compact for travel, ideal for action, wildlife and sports.


  • High performance telephoto zoom lens

  • Part of Canon’s acclaimed L series

  • 4 stop Image Stabilizer

  • Two UD elements

  • Highly resistant to dust and water

  • 8 blade circular aperture

  • Quiet & fast autofocus

  • Compatible with a tripod collar

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