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L-series super telephoto zoom lens equipped with an Image Stabilizer. The fluorite and Super UD-glass elements largely eliminate secondary spectrum. The floating system also ensures high picture quality at all focal lengths. The Image Stabilizer has two modes and it is compatible with Extenders 1.4x II and 2x II.
The Canon 100-400mm is commonly used for Art, Documentary, Fun, General purpose, Landscape/scenery, Landscape photography, Low light, Macro photography, Nature, Night photography, Photojournalism, Portraits, Special effects, Sports/action, Travel, Upgrade, Weddings, Wildlife, Wildlife photos and more.The Canon 100-400mm is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Beginner, Casual photographer, Enthusiast, Photo enthusiast, Professional, Pro photographer, Semi-professional, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Canon 100-400mm is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Canon 100-400mm: Clear glass, Consistent output, Durable, Easily interchangeable, Easily mounted, Easy to clean, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice bokeh, Quiet, Rugged, Simple controls and Strong construction
Most Liked Positive Review
Monster Lens Unbeatable In Its Field
I've had this lens for a year and a half and hardly a day goes by that I don't use it. Even when I shoot beautiful flowers, this lens pulls out the details and colors. It's ability to start at 100mm and then move to 400mm is great for photographing big & small game movement, people movement and getting shots of distant objects that most photographers just dream of.
Most Liked Negative Review
Greatr glass, poor zoom design
This is a great lens that has unfortunately been given a terrible (in my opinion) zoom system â€“ The push-pull zoom is difficult to use while tracking a moving subject because the hand that you are using to support and balance the lens moves when the zoom is extended from 100mm towards 400mm and changes the whole way you are holding your camera ... with other long zooms, the natural motion of twisting to zoom allows you to keep a more natural stance and keep your hands where you are used to...View full Review
This is a great lens that has unfortunately been given a terrible (in my opinion) zoom system â€“ The push-pull zoom is difficult to use while tracking a moving subject because the hand that you are using to support and balance the lens moves when the zoom is extended from 100mm towards 400mm and changes the whole way you are holding your camera ... with other long zooms, the natural motion of twisting to zoom allows you to keep a more natural stance and keep your hands where you are used to having them in relation to the rest of your camera/lens controls ... It was really surprising to me when Canon made this, the 35-350mm and the 28-300mm all push-pull zooms ... had these been designed with a standard twist-zoom they would be best sellers for Canon I've only seen this type of push-pull zoom system on very low budget lenses like Quantary and some older low-end Sigma lenses - unfortunately, this ruins this particular lens for me, where I would definitely be interested in it, and the other 2 push-pullers, if they had a regular zoom system I wouldnâ€™t recommend this lens ONLY because of this zoom system â€“ the optics are superb, as is to be expected of L glass, and the picture quality is terrific (I used one myself for 300+ shots), but personally I'm going to spend my money on different L glass
Reviewed by 307 customers
I had held off on spending quite so much for one lens, but after trying cheaper long lenses and being disappointed, I found this one in the used department and decided to go for it. Wow! What a difference. I will use it mainly for wildlife, although all I have had a chance so far is on our hummingbirds and mockingbirds in the yard, it sure is proving to be quite the lens. Quick focus, allowing me to capture those fast moving hummers even! Very sharp images.
Great for close ups as well as zooming in on wildlife. Gorgeous optics and easy to use. Push pull zoom is a little cumbersome.
I bought the lens for wild bird photography. I considered the EF 400 5.6, but I thought I better go with IS. I am a pure amateur hobbyist. I like the portability of the lens. The great close focus (5.9') has been useful in getting images of flowers and insects. Most of my use is at the 400mm, but I like the ability to shorten-up if the subject comes closer. I use it mostly from a monopod, and I am still working to get consistently sharp images of moving birds. I have seen the work of professionals who use the same lens, so I know what is possible with my Canon equipment.The EF 100-400mm is heavy! For me, the push-pull zoom feature is an interesting challenge - keep it too loose, and it creeps longer; too tight, and you miss a shot trying to shorten it. I'll keep working with it to see if I can give it 5 Stars.
the lens is a little heavier than I expected, but the auto focus is good. I use it with a T1i. While I would prefer a twist zoom, the slide zoom works OK. I have not tried it yet with a tele converter.
Used this lens at a Canon live learning seminar and it was great, so ordered one from Adorama and they delivered promptly and in great condition. The sharpness of this lens while hand holding it is fantastic. I had a 170-500mm of another brand, but never could get perfectly sharp photos. Very pleased with this lens.
Very nice lens, great images. It's disappointing that it's not weather sealed. It's also disappointing that it won't autofocus on any but 1D-level bodies when using the 1.4x (or 2x) teleconverter. Zoom creep is customer controlled; you can tighten it up if you want, but that makes zooming tighter and harder too. The image stabilization works well but leads to a false sense of security. I got many blurry images when not paying attention to shutter speed. IS is great but it won't eliminate all blur, esp. with very short shutter speeds. But the lens itself is darn nice. Images are sharp with very nice color. I bought mine used and am glad I did. For <$1200 I got a peach of a lens. A real keeper.
I shoot youth Football and Baseball and this lens lives on my camera about 6 months of the year. It's big and heavy but the breadth of range allows for flexibility that I'd otherwise need two bodies for. I actually like the push-pull zoom because it seems faster but it is a disadvantage when shooting through the fence on baseball.
First the lens is big and heavy, but it was expected. My first dislike is the fact that this is a push/pull type lens, does not make for quick focusing. Used it first time in Yosemite National Park, getting used to it. Great optics so far. The next big test is my trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Ultimate test is trip to Kenya and Tanzania for a safari, the primary purpose of why I purchased the lens.
This is my second purchase of this lens (the first got stolen) so that right there should tell you how much I like this lens. My favorite subject for this lens is Airshows but is a great Nature lens except in the darkest of conditions.
Wildlife, sports and landscraping
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