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Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM AF Lens Kit, USA with 67mm UV Filter, Lens Cap Leash, Professional Lens Cleaning Kit

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  • 67mm Digital UV Filter
  • Universal Lens Cap Tether
  • Pro Digital 67mm Multi Coated UV Ultra Violet Filter
  • Cleaning Kit
  • Flashpoint CapKeeper 2 (Model CK-2) Lens Cap Leash (1)
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About Canon 70-200mm F/4L

This Canon 70-200mm F/4L Bundle comes with: New Leaf PLUS 1yr Lens Warranty ( $29.95 Value) and Shipping is free!

High-performance, L-series telephoto zoom lens combining light weight and compactness with an f/4 maximum aperture. Inner focusing and the ring USM enable quick and quiet autofocusing. Also, a circular polarizing filter can be attached and used without difficulty because the front lens element does not rotate during focusing. The tripod collar (sold separately) is the same one used with the EF 300mm f/4L USM.

Canon 70-200mm F/4L Features

  • Adorama Camera Valuable Bundle. Kit Includes.
  • Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM Autofocus Telephoto Zoom Lens. Front Lens Cap E-67U, Rear Lens Cap E, Hood ET-74, LP-1224 Lens Pouch, Canon 1 Year Warranty
  • Pro Digital 67mm Multi Coated UV Ultra Violet Filter
  • 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 70-200mm F/4L Specifications

13 groups /16 elements
Angle of view
34° - 12°
F stop range
Closest Focusing Distance
1.2m / 3.9 ft.
Maximum Magnification
Filter Size
Dimensions (Length x Diameter)
6.8" x 3.0" / 172 x 76mm
25 oz. / 705g
Mfr #
2578A002 A

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Reviewed by 180 customers


Excellent purchase!


I have always considered the 70-200mm focal length zoom lens to be ideal for general photography. This L series zoom by Canon is amazing lives up to the hype with its outstanding optical quality. Size is fairly compact and the weight is much less than some 200 to 300mm prime lenses. Despite the maximum f/4 aperture, I have used this lens in available light situations to photograph dance and stage productions. I purchased this lens used and it was absolutely flawless, with no visible defects to the finish or the glass. The only minus was that I did not receive the front lens cap (no big deal as I always use a UV filter on it) nor the tripod collar (again no big deal). I am totally satisfied with my purchase.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Perfect images


This lens produces amazing images on my 70D, detail and clarity is just awsome. The IS still leves me wanting a better performance so as the auto focus.


Great lens at a great price


Absolutely love this lens. It's my first "L" lens and it works flawlessly. Image quality is superb with minimal vignetting around the edges which is easily corrected in post processing. The auto focus is fast, accurate and quiet. Even at f4 we can still get a nice blurry background but our subject is still in precise focus. It also has great contrast and clarity and the images taken with it are just spectacular!


Historic Telephoto Zoom Masterpiece


The Canon 70-200mm F/4 USM is quite an amazing telephoto zoom lens. I wanted to wait a while before writing a review, but I must say that I am thoroughly impressed with this lens. Although this version is an older model with no IS, it still performs very well and I am always impressed with the quality of my photography. This was my first telephoto lens and I knew I had to own one since the day I saw it at an electronic store through the glass display window; I was in awe! One of the main purposes of the 70-200mm F/4 is for medium range photography where subjects can be shot at a distance. The minimal focal distance already starts at 70mm, so more than likely indoor or close quarter photography may not by the best environment for this lens. Obtaining a shallow depth of field at maximum aperture F/4 produces really sharp results. The Ultra Sonic Motor (USM) helps the lens' Auto Focus (AF) operate very fast and quiet simultaneously; other standard models tend to make louder AF sounds and may struggle depending on what the camera is attempting to identify as the subject. If you struggle with the AF, MF is always to secondary option to manually control your own shots. I suggest using a lens filter to protect lens glass to prevent or eliminate scratches or worse. The 1.4x and 2x tele-converters can be used with this lens, I have the 2x version already. Even at 135mm to 200mm (which I hear is really 216mm to 320mm for my Rebel T5 APS-C 1.6x crop factor sensor), any perceived distortion is not even noticeable to the naked eye. However, I will admit that once the focal length maxes out at 200mm, hand held camera shake or other instabilities can blur potentially great photos. I do understand why IS was built into the newer models. Compared to other telephoto lens, the 70-200mm is very lightweight, but still on the long side, which I don't mind. The body is very well built and has a stunning cream white, black and red ring design, which looks very attractive, even to to onlookers. I do truly love the 70-200mm F/4 lens and while most of my environments that I take photos in do not warrant its use, it feels 'new' when I do I have the opportunity to use take great shots with it. By today's standard, the 70-200mm F/4 is quite affordable as well. Truly a masterpiece and most owners will attest to its quality craftsmanship and continuous dynamic results.


Great portrait lens


We used this lens for the first time yesterday in a beach photo shoot. The images are stunning...crisp and vivid. The image stabilization works very well. We chose this over the more expensive 70-200 lenses because we shoot almost exclusively outdoors in sunlight and this lens appears to be perfect for this. The build quality is fantastic so it should provide great results for our clients for years to come!


It's a Great Lense at a Fair Price


I am very pleased with this lens. I'm not a professional, just someone who enjoys taking photos and using Photoshop Elements/Premiere to do some creative things for digital photo albums, etc. My subjects range from grandkids and professional sporting events, trips to the zoo, landscapes/macro photography, and occasional wildlife. Over the years I've purchased 3 DSLR's and have finally learned a lesson not to purchase a "bundled package", and to buy just the body. My last purchase was a bundled Cannon Rebel, T3i, that included a EFS 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II lens. It was ok, but I wasn't satisfied with the clarity of the photos and after reading reviews posted on Adorama's and Canon's website I elected to purchase this lens and to date I've been very pleased with the results and recognized improvement over the bundled lens. The photos appear much sharper and the colors more vibrant which means less Photoshop manipulation. I shoot in raw and jpg. Since this lens does not include stabilization I use a monopod and/or tripod, but handheld it's not that cumbersome to hold it steady. So as I said in the beginning I'm not a professional and this is not technical critique and would recommend the purchase of this lens, or if money is no object, upgrade to the next level with IS.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Sharpest Lens I've ever owned


Several months ago, I took two bags of lenses that I have, including several "L" lenses, and I ran them through my own tests to see which was the sharpest and second sharpest, etc. This was after a friend of mine, who does professional photo work, had a picture of herself taken with this lens and it was so sharp, it was almost too sharp. By far, this lens came out the winner! I now have a new respect for this lens. The only problem is that I wish I had more uses for it then I do. It's kind of an odd "mm" in that I find it too high to use for portraits and landscapes, except for close-ups of things far away, and when I shot the moon a few weeks ago, it came in a big blurred, whereas my really cheap 500mm mirror lens did okay. But when I've used it for shooting portraits of people, though they are further away, making it more difficult, the pictures are absolutely amazing! Likewise, I shot a mountain in a meadow a few weeks ago and that was amazing as well. I haven't found the exact best use of this lens yet, but if you're considering buying this lens, it takes by far the sharpest and most amazing color photos of any other Canon lens I've come across as of yet.


Perfect Balance


I purchased this lens for my 700D after reading multiple reviews and researching various lenses. This is my first L lens and I am very pleased with the pictures and the way the lens handles. For me, it is the perfect balance of quality (great glass and solid build), practicality (lightweight and ergonomic), and cost (especially with a rebate). I primarily shoot outdoor sports/action and have also taken some great indoor action pictures--yes, handheld without IS. I recommended this lens to a friend who ended-up purchasing the IS version (also a great lens) and has been very satisfied.


Simply superior!


Others have probably summed this lens up pretty well, but I LOVE THIS LENS! I have been using Canon SLR's since the late 1970's and have always been a big fan. I made the switch to digital in 2011 and have the 7D and 5D Mark 3. Both are super cameras and each lens I have is like having two when you consider the 1.6 crop factor of the 7D. I also have and love the 1.4x extender. On the 7D you now have a 480mm equivalent! Great for sports! I was strictly a prime lens guy for most all the years I have been shooting. I loved my Canon 200mm f2.8 lens! With this lens, I am now a huge zoom fan. This lens is just a super compact size and very light weight. Personally, I would choose it over the 2.8 model unless I really needed the speed or really shallow DOF. It is tack sharp and super easy to use. I love how the lens does not extend when you zoom. Always the same size and about half the weight and price of the 2.8 model. Aside from the excellent quality, what I like most is the size and weight. I can get this and my 24-70 f4 easily into a small bag and this is my go to run and gun package. I have several primes, but find myself not using them at all with these two excellent lenses. Buy one! You will love it!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Made the right choice!


Debated long and hard on this vs the 2.8 non-IS since they are very close in price. I opted for the f4 because I didn't want to lug around a monopod and the f4 is proven sharper. The 4 extra stops of shutter speed is real and more than makes up for the slower glass. Hands down winner!


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Shopper  Does this lens have IS? Is it compatible with Mark III 5D?
SWARNENDU S  This lens doesn't have IS. There's a different version of the lens which has IS, but its heavier and pricier. And YES, it is compatible with 5D Mark III
Juan T  Does this lens fit a Canon T1i?
ANGELO K  Yes I have used the Canon 70-200 F4/L lens on both the Xti/400D and the T1i/500D and have been impressed with the results. The lens is light and easy to use and I usually use it to take indoor photoes at my childrens school plays and concerts with the help of a hot shoe mounted flash. Outstanding results.
Shopper  Does anyone have a recommendation for which lens would be best to use with a Mark III 5D for both indoor and outdoor wedding photography?
MICHAEL P  A 70-200 lens is not a bad choice, but the challenge is that Canon makes it in 4 versions. In an ideal world (with a big budget), the f2.8 with image stabilization would be optimal, because it would let you shoot better indoors in lower light without having to raise the ISO really high and would give you the smoothest backgrounds. This lens, the lowest priced of the four, is really sharp, but is better used outdoors with more light. If this is all that you can afford, it would probably do a decent job for a wedding.
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