Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM AutoFocus Telephoto Zoom Lens - USA

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Improving upon one of the most celebrated lenses in the Canon EF line is no easy feat, but Canon has done just that. The all-new EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM increases the speed, performance and optical quality of the EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS USM while maintaining all of the characteristics that have made it a legend for professionals and advanced amateurs alike. The EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM features one fluorite and five UD elements for increased optical quality and reduced chromatic aberration.

It has a minimum focusing distance of 1.2m/3.9 ft. at all zoom settings, which is useful for photographers in smaller spaces trying to get closer to a subject. It features a next-generation Optical Image Stabilizer, providing up to 4 stops of correction at all focal lengths.

And as with all L-series lenses, the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM is dust- and moisture-resistant and designed for use in the challenging environments typical of rigorous professional use.

The Canon 70-200mm F/2.8L IS is commonly used for Close up filming, Everyday, Home, Landscape/scenery, Landscape photography, Low light, Macro photography, Night photography, Portrait, Portraits, Shooting indoors, Shooting outdoors, Sports, Sports/action, Sportsaction, Studio, Travel, Upgrade, Video, Weddings, Wildlife, Wildlife photos and more.The Canon 70-200mm F/2.8L IS is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced amateur, Enthusiast, Film professional, Parent, Photo enthusiast, Professional, Professional photographer, Pro photographer, Semi-pro, Semi-professional, Semi-pro photographer, Tech savvy among others.The Canon 70-200mm F/2.8L IS is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Canon 70-200mm F/2.8L IS: Build quality, Compact, Consistent output, Durable, Easily interchangeable, Easy to use, Fast, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Fast accurate auto-focus, Fast auto-focus, Great picture quality, Image quality, Image stabilization, Improves performance, Improves picture quality, Lightweight, Nice bokeh, Reliable, Rugged, Sharp, Sharpness, Strong construction, Superior build quality, Super-sharp images and Well built / quality

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Easy to use (94),Durable (71),Fast auto-focus (60),Super-sharp images (60),Superior build quality (59),Improves picture quality (55),Reliable (47),Fast / accurate auto-focus (37),Sharp (34),Well built / quality (30),Strong construction (23),Consistent output (19) Rugged (17),Improves performance (13),Easily interchangeable (12),Nice bokeh (12),Fast (11),Fast accurate auto-focus (9),Image stabilization (9),Image quality (8),Lightweight (8),Great picture quality (7),Sharpness (6),Build quality (4),Compact (4),Fast af (3),Fast focus (3),Good in low light (3),IS (3),Quiet (3),Versatile (3),Well built quality (3) View All
Heavy (63),Heavy / bulky (21),Heavy bulky (10),Cost (8),Pricey / poor value (7),Price (5),Pricey (4),Weight (4),Expensive (3)
Best Uses:
Shooting outdoors (81),Portraits (67),Shooting indoors (58),Travel (52),Everyday (38),Weddings (30),Landscape photography (29),Studio (25),Low light (22),Sports/action (22),Upgrade (22),Professional (20) Landscape/scenery (18),Wildlife photos (18),Home (15),Sports (9),Sportsaction (9),Close up filming (8),Night photography (8),Wildlife (8),Macro photography (7),Video (5),Portrait (4) View All
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (40),Tech savvy (36),Semi-professional (26),Semi-pro photographer (21),Photo enthusiast (20),Parent (15),Film professional (13),Pro photographer (8),Advanced amateur (4),Professional photographer (4),Semi-pro (4),Aspiring film maker (3) Photographer (3),Technically challenged (3) View All

Canon 70-200mm F/2.8L IS Specifications

19 groups /23 elements (1 Fluorite and 5 UD elements)
Angle of view
34° - 12°
F stop range
Closest Focusing Distance
1.2m / 3.94ft.
Maximum Magnification
Filter Size
Dimensions (Length x Diameter)
7.8" x 3.5" / 199 x 88.8mm
52.6 oz / 1,490g
Inner focusing system with USM. Full-time manual focus available

Canon 70-200mm F/2.8L IS Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers


A Must Have


from Houma, LA  -  Portrait Photographer

I'm a prime shooter, but I have been wanting the 70-200 specifically for the range during weddings. Switching between primes in a quiet setting is undesirable, and much more prone to miss shots because of time spent switching lenses. There was no question to whether or not I'd get the 2.8 II with IS or any other lens - if I was making the purchase, I was buying this lens. There's a reason that you see this in nearly every professional's bag - it's a must have, tack sharp, and built like a tank.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Amazing & Speechless


from CT

it is an expensive lens, but it is worth the price. Using it on 6D & 7D cameras, the clarity and fine details are amazing. This lens is a beast, its heavy, and the quality is amazing. but ability to hold that f/2.8 throughout the focal length really is the seller....


Fast, sharp, reliable


from Kernville, CA

I mostly do landscape and outdoor photography, so sharpness, good color separation and tonality, and fast and accurate autofocus are all important. This lens has it all, at every focal length. It is as good as some macro lenses when used with an extension tube or the Canon close-up accessory lens. Birds in flight are no problem, and for that use the "mode 2" image stabilization is a blessing. Highly recommended, one of my 2 favorite lenses.


Simply Awesome


from Michigan

Been using the f4 version for about ten years, and after renting the f2.8 for an event fell in love with it. Sharp , great bokeh and procuces great images. Of course Adorama is the place to purchase all your photographic needs.


GREAT lens, HORRIBLE customer service!


from Phx, Az  -  Tech Savvy

The lens is fantastic, super clean, fast, and spot on. BUT, when I ordered the lens it came without the lens filter kit that was in the description. I called and Adorama said it was on back order for a few weeks and that they notified me, which I never got. So I asked if I got order a different filter kit and I would pay the difference, but their supervisors wouldn't do it. I called back twice before I found a supervisor that would let me pay the difference, except, instead of paying the $21 difference they made me pay $35 difference. It sucks that they will sacrifice thousands of dollars in future purchases for $14. I will never purchase from them again. Plus, I've spread the word to my photography friends and co-workers. The lens is great, the customer service SUCKS!


Newer is Better


from New York City

I was looking through my desk for something unrelated and came upon the warranty card for my original version of this lens and was kinda shocked to be reminded I had purchased it in 1999. While nominally the "same" lens, I thought it might be wise to cash in those chips and replace it, and I did. I suppose it's possible I'm rationalizing the expense, but I really do see a difference. This lens, designed and manufactured in the digital age, is noticeably sharper than the earlier version. In fact, it's razor sharp, and on the second day of using it I nailed a cover shot for the magazine I was working for. You could see the moisture in the subjects' eyes. Whether you are upgrading as I did, or considering a purchase for the first time, this particular lens is often referred to as "legendary". It lives up to the description.


Great Lens. Very pleased I bought it.


from Erie, PA

I am a newbie to the DSLR camera world. This lens is everything that my experienced photography friends claimed it would be!


All that and a bag of chips


from New Orleans , la.  -  Photo Professional

Canon has bossed it again. I'm a full time wedding , commercial and portrait photographer. The 70-200 2.8L 2 is a beast. The improved IS and optics are steller. The DOF on this lens is beautiful. All other lenses in this category pale in comparison. If your looking to change your game- this is the next step.


best zoom len ever


from Simi Valley, CA  -  Parent

I'm an amateur photographer using this len for family portrait and kids' school activities. The focus is so fast and the image is so sharp, although I don't have the stable arms. Thanks to the 4 stops IS, it helps me create many sharp images. The only thing I don't like about this len is the tripod ring. It gets in the way when mounted on the tripod. It kinds of awkward for me to use the zoom ring when mounting on the tripod. Other than that it is awesome len. Infact I mount it on my 5d2 ever since I received it from adorama. I don't have the previous version so I can't compare the performance between the two versions.


Now I know why this is called a portrait lens


from Las Vegas, NV

Wow, just wow! I've been shooting the 70-200 mm lens now for about 2 weeks. The one thing that really stands out is how effortless it is to get a beautiful rich bokeh when shooting. What sets it apart from all my other red ring lenses is the field of depth is truly preserved even as the background is blurred out. The 70-200mm lens really is a very different lens and now I can see why it's a go to choice for portrait photography.


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Sri P  I do a great deal of photography theater/stage photography - much of that with low light conditions. I heard from numerous folks this is a great lens for that kind of photography. Besides, I heard rave reviews about build quality of the lens.
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CHRIS K  In the case of this lens, I'm not sure. LCD in the case of a television or video monitor means "Liquid Crystal Display".
Shopper  Does lens extender work with this lens?
VIKASH K  Yes it does. I have canon 2X II extender which works like a charm with this glass though you loose two stops of light.
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