Canon EF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM AF Lens Kit,- USA with 77mm Photo Essentials Filter Kit, Lens Cap Leash, Professional Lens Cleaning Kit

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Save $64.94 when you by this Canon 28-300mm . Bundle comes with: Canon 28-300mm, Adorama Cleaning Kit, ProOptic Digital Essentials 77mm, and a Universal Lens Cap Tether and Shipping is free! . Bonus: No sales tax either, unless you live in New York or New Jersey.

A handy, compact zoom lens for versatile and easy subject selection while travelling, etc. The highest optical performance in its class, plus the convenience of focusing as close as 2.3 feet over the entire zooming range. A powerful ring-type USM drive provides silent, high-speed autofocusing, plus the wide zooming range provides an easy, enjoyable picture-taking experience.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Fast / accurate auto-focus (28),Strong construction (28),Consistent output (27),Durable (25),Rugged (25),Superior build quality (23),Fast auto-focus (22),Super-sharp images (18),Easily interchangeable (15),Nice bokeh (6)
Heavy (29),Semi-sharp images (7),Weight (3)
Best Uses:
Sports/action (23),Wildlife photos (19),Landscape/scenery (17),Night photography (12),Weddings (9),General purpose (8),Low light (8),Landscape photography (4),Macro photography (4),Video (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Semi-pro photographer (11),Photo enthusiast (9),Professional (4),Enthusiast (3),Pro photographer (3),Semi-professional (3)

Canon 28-300mm Features

  • Adorama Camera Valuable Bundle. Kit Includes.
  • Canon EF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM AutoFocus Wide Angle Telephoto Zoom Lens. Lens Cap E-77U, Rear Lens Cap E, Lens Hood EW-83G, Lens Case LZ-1324, Case-Strap, Tripod Mount C, Canon 1 Year Warranty
  • Tiffen 77mm Photo Essentials Filter Kit. Includes: Ultra Violet (UV) Filter, Circular Polarizer, 812 Warming Filter, Pouch
  • Flashpoint CapKeeper 2 (Model CK-2) Lens Cap Leash (1)
  • Adorama 1836A Cleaning Kit for Optics and Cameras. Kit Includes: Spray Cleaning Fluid, Cotton Swabs, Lens Cloth, 3 Sheets Universal LCD Screen Protectors, Squeege Card, Lipstick Brush, Blower Brush, Lens Tissue, New Deluxe Storage Bag

Canon 28-300mm Specifications

16 groups /22 elements
Angle of view
75° - 8° 15'
Closest Focusing Distance
2.3 feet / 0.7 meters
Filter Size
Dimensions (Length x Diameter)
7.2" x 3.6" / 184 x 92mm
3.7 lb. / 1670g
Inner focusing system with USM
Zoom System: Push-Pull type

Canon 28-300mm Reviews

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(based on 73 reviews)


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Reviewed by 73 customers

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


L Lens Versatility


from Space coast, FL

I suspect that anyone that is considering this lens is primarily interested in the range of versatility within one high quality lens, as was I. Whether on a crop sensor or full frame this is an amazing lens, especially if you don't want to carry your kit and switch lenses. Many people have discussed the weight as being an issue, but having the 70-200mm 2.8L IS and the 100-400mmL IS, it's only slightly heavier. This is the "one" lens that can do it all extremely well.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Stop Waiting, Buy It!


from North Carolina

I watched this lens for literally a year, reading review after review, trying to figure out if it was worth the money before I finally purchased it. Since I took it out of the box, I have not taken the lens off my camera (18 MP 60D) and LOVE IT! So much so that I'm about upgrade to a 5D or a 6D and I've finally fulfilled a long dream and officially started my photography company!! USES - I have gotten awesome shots at sporting events (Football, NHRA, Swimming), family sessions, portraits/headshots, architectural, and outdoor/landscape with this lens....There is nothing this lens will not do! Why I Waited - Outside of the cost, seeing the reviews about the weight of the lens is what made me the most nervous. Yes it is heavy, but after my 2nd or 3rd time shooting with the lens the weight was a non-issue/Not-noticeable. I shot for over 3 hours last week at a local park doing multiple family sessions and never grew tired at all. So seriously, quit worrying if it is worth it and buy it already!


Great in bright light


from San Diego

Okay, in reference to the earlier review; I kept the lens and I have been using it due to it's incredibly flexible range. I shot offroad races last weekend and the lens was the no brainer to take. I could get people in the pits close by and when the cars were at a distance you get (300mm) shots that don't look like they are taken close by. They look great. The clarity is very good and again the lens worked great right up to sundown. As long as you know this the lens is a killer. After the light dims go to super fast lens ( I avoid flash if at all possible.) So do you get a 28-300? I would do it again and give it 5 stars now. PS Yes I give the tightening ring more attention than I admit and it is a pain at Petco Park moving around, but when the action is fast and you want the tall lens and then it must be shorter and then close up and then long again... well that is this lens! The reviews of the images have been great.


How Did I Live Without It?


from Seattle, WA

I've got a number of lenses for my 5D Mark III - some from a 15 year old 30-D including a 28-200mm zoom. The old lens works on the Mark III just fine but really doesn't seem to provide the artistic effect that I wanted. So, I took the plunge and bought the EF 28-300mm IS USM lens. Boy, I am happy that I did! The new zoom lens is heavy to be sure and you'll probably want to hold the lens body as you carry it as it's a bit heavy for the neck strap alone. The beauty of the new EF lens for me is that I can see the shot I want and zoom in to fill the frame with the elements I want getting rid of what I don't want. The sliding barrel zoom function enables me to very quickly look at lots of framing options and the IS feature gets rid of any camera shake in lower light conditions. Of course, the neatest feature is the ability to go from a focal length of 28mm to 300mm without changing the lens. All-in-all this is a great lens for the photographer who needs these capabilities.


all in one lens


from wyoming  -  Semi-pro Photographer

takes a little time to adjust the zoom. Good lens for a travel lens when you want to limit the number you take.


travel lens


from Gillette, Wy  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Love the range of this lens. Unless I plan to shoot wildlife this is a the only lens I carry on trips. Nice to be down to one lens to pack and carry!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


I must have a bad one?!?


from San Diego, CA

I am using this lens on a 5D3. First the focusing is an issue since the camera is having problems it does not have with any of the other (5) L lenses I use. The ISO is also kicked into really high numbers in indoor shots and for no appreciable reason, resulting in very noisy shots. the detail is there but it is not that sharp, even shooting RAW. The focus plane is a problem too. Setting a higher F should give more depth but at distances that other lens will deliver sharp depth of field I get people that are not in focus while others are in group shots. This is a big problem. Shots that I wanted more bokeh did not get that much unless I physically moved out to a distance and zoomed the lens. And even then the bokeh was mild. The best shots are outdoors with daytime light. Focus and sharpness are extra important to me. I demand razor sharp shots and this lens does not deliver ever. It just does not do what a 24-70 or a 70-200 or a 16-35 will do. Period. I am very disappointed since I read up on reviews from users for weeks before buying it. For this much money it should be a top notch lens but it delivers mediocre results. The weight is an issue only in that you must hold the lens with your left hand when not shooting to prevent the lens barrel from sliding all the way out. This is a major pain since you need your left hand to operate the camera when reviewing shots and it is not available because it is holding the lens from shooting (sliding hard) down from gravity. My wrist was fine the next day despite the weight of the camera, lens and flash (it really is heavy!) and shooting for hours on end. I really want this lens to be good but I have shot a wedding, wildlife, landscape and family shots and even tried macro type shots; the results are all consistently disappointing. I can get great shots but the chances of a good shot turning out bad are too high and I cannot learn to use this one lens differently than all of the others and still roll the dice on what I end up with.Sadly I am returning it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Great All around lens


from Camp Lejeune, NC

Weight is meant for a bigger guy like me who can handle it. Its great to have convenience of shooting distances of 28-300mm with quality aperture with my Canon 5d M3

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Excellent lens


from San Antonio, TX

I have owned the lens for almost 3 years. I has performed admirably and has done everything that I have asked it to do. When used within its design range, you cannot have a better partner waiting on you to call it into action. I have never been disappointed with it. Some comment that it is heavy. It is only 8 oz. heavier that the 70-200 F2.8 and no one complains about that one. I have carried it afield on numerous occasions and have not been made weary from the weight. Overall, an excellent addition to the photo equipment bag. I probably use it for 85% of my shooting.




from Carefree, AZ

PROs if you only want to bring one lens 28mm to 300 mm Quality built CONs Heavy picture quality is not as good as the 70-200 Need to be at high aperture settings to get a good DOF The cons are mitigated when you unexpectedly needed that 300mm with no time to spare and in the next moment you are needing the 28mm.


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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
BRIAN S  This lens kit was recommended by the Adorama salesman that was assisting me when I requested a skylight and polarizing filter for this 77 mm lens. Nothing outstanding or negative to report about these quality filters
Michael D R  Could I make an offer on this? If so, I would like to make an offer between $200-400. I've been looking for this lens for months now and would love to have one by christmas this year. Please let me know if we can work an offer out. Thanks, Michael
LAUCH M  x 20
Trini C  Is this lens compatible with the Canon EOS 7D?
JAMES B  Yes, it's compatible with the 7D. It's an older lens and some of the more experienced photographers don't recommend it. They say the auto focus is slow and images are not as sharp, but I disagree and I really like its versatility. You can zoom in on a nearby flower or zoom out to take in a whole building. I used to carry around two cameras, one with a 24-105 lens and another with a new 70-200 lens but since I bought this lens I hardly ever use the others even though many pros say they're better lenses.
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