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Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Lens, Lens Only

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  • Compact, high performance L-series super-telephoto zoom makes it ideal for sports and wildlife photography
  • Rotation-type zoom ring allows for more precise composition and excellent balance when handholding
  • Improved zoom torque adjustment ring allows easy setting of zoom tension, Focal Length & Maximum Aperture:100-400mm 1:4.5-5.6, Closest Focusing Distance-3.2 ft. / 0.98m
  • New Air Sphere Coating (ASC) helps to significantly reduce backlit flaring and ghosting, Highly resistant to dust and water, and amazing durability enabling shooting even in harsh conditions

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Item Dimensions 7.6 x 3.7 x 3.7 inches 7.44 x 3.62 x 3.62 inches 10.2 x 4.1 x 4.1 inches 1.54 x 2.72 x 2.72 inches 1.06 x 2.83 x 2.83 inches
Item Weight 3.46 lbs 3.04 lbs 4.25 lbs 5.60 ounces 7.83 ounces
Lens Type Telephoto Telephoto Telephoto Standard Telephoto
Maximum Aperture 40 4.5 f/5 1.8 millimeters 1.4
Maximum Focal Length 400 millimeters 400 millimeters 600 millimeters 50 millimeters 1 millimeters
Maximum Aperture Range F4.5 - F5.6 F4.5 - F5.6 5 - 6.3 f/1.8
Maximum Format Size 35mm full frame 35mm full frame Full Frame 35mm full frame 35mm full frame
Minimum Aperture 4.5 38 6.3 22 22
Minimum Focal Length 100 millimeters 100 150 millimeters 50 millimeters 1 millimeters
Minimum Operating Distance 0.98 meters 1.8 meters 0.35 meters
Photo Filter Thread Size 77 millimeters 77 millimeters 95 millimeters 49 millimeters

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Compact, high performance L-series super-telephoto zoom makes it ideal for sports and wildlife photography Rotation-type zoom ring allows for more precise composition and excellent balance when handholding Improved zoom torque adjustment ring allows easy setting of zoom tension New Air Sphere Coating (ASC) helps to significantly reduce backlit flaring and ghosting Highly resistant to dust and water, and amazing durability enabling shooting even in harsh conditions

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EF 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L IS II USM

The EF 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L IS II USM lens delivers a superb combination of cutting-edge performance, compact construction and brilliant resolving power that's great for sports and wildlife photography. The lens features one fluorite and one super UD element to help provide impressive contrast and resolution with reduced chromatic aberration across the entire zoom range. Canon's new Air Sphere Coating (ASC) helps significantly reduce backlit flaring and ghosting, while fluorine coatings on the front and rear lens surfaces help lessen smears and fingerprints. A 9-blade circular aperture renders beautiful, soft backgrounds, and a 3 mode (standard, panning and exposure only) Optical Image Stabilizer provides up to 4 steps* of image correction. The new inner focusing AF system helps ensure fast and accurate focus down to 3.2 ft. with a .31x maximum magnification. Usability enhancements include a rotation-type zoom ring with adjustable zoom torque for more precise, customizable zoom performance, a redesigned tripod mount that can be attached and detached without removing the lens from the camera, and an all-new lens hood with a side window that makes it simple to adjust specialty filters–like polarizers–without the need to remove the hood. Ruggedly constructed with advanced dust and water sealing for durability in a range of environments, the EF 100–400mm f/4.5–5.6L IS II USM lens is a stellar performer with refined controls for a wide variety of situations.

*According to CIPA standards (400mm focal length, when using the EOS-1D X).

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  • Focal Length & Maximum Aperture: 100–400mm 1:4.5–5.6
  • Lens Construction: 21 elements in 16 groups
  • Diagonal Angle of View: 24°–6°10'
  • Focus Adjustment: Inner focus system / USM
  • Closest Focusing Distance: 3.2 ft. / 0.98m
  • Filter Size: 77mm diameter
  • Zoom System: Rotation Type
  • Max Diameter x Length, Weight: Approx. 3.7 x 7.6 in. / 94 x 193mm, Approx. 3.46 lbs. / 1570g (lens only, excluding removable tripod mount) Approx. 3.62 lbs. / 1640g (lens + tripod mount)
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Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2016
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4.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding!
By FloridaDrafter on September 6, 2016
I've only had this lens for 2 months, but I've put it through it's paces. Probably 1000 shots +. Everything from insects to flowers to birds and landscapes. I use it on a Canon 7D mark II and it is my "walk around lens". Out of the box my copy had a back focus issue at 100mm, but a quick micro adjustment solved that (-10). I shoot hand held, so it was really hard to get used to that extra 100mm moving from my EF 70-300L f/4-5.6 IS USM. I was kind if disappointed how little that extra 100mm gave me. Not sure exactly what I expected, but it was more than what I got, LOL. I have to be really careful to control camera shake withe the 100-400 because as we all know, the longer your focal length the more exaggerated shake is. Now, the IS in this lens is bona fide 4 stops. I've taken shots with a single room light bulb, hand held, at 1/10 second and they were as sharp as could be expected. Where I have problems is shooting in cluttered areas like tree leaves. The camera wants to hunt a bit more than I would like. The EF 70-300L locked on in these situations without any problem what so ever. I use the 1st AF spot in the 7D2, the square within the square, so I can literally pin point a focus spot through the leaves and branches. I realize the auto focus is largely done in camera, and the 7D2 is amazing, but there is something with this lens that makes it hunt in these few situations. I do set the lens AF to 3m to infinity, and that helps, but doesn't eliminate the problem. 90% of the time, it locks on instantly, even in clutter. I suspect low light to be the culperate. It just causes me to take as many shots as I can until the subject leaves. Sometimes I'll get 100% others I'll get 60% (I'm used to 90%) with the 7D2 and the EF 70-300L. I'm not a fool, so I know camera shake plays a part. Another problem I'm adjusting to, but it's a good problem, is finding my target when zoomed to 400mm.
Now, here is what I don't get. All the reviews that say the twist in the zoom ring is to long. I have small hands and fingers, and I just don't get that. I can go from 100mm to 400mm in a flash, in one twist and it's not the least bit aqward. I'm not sure if these people have ever used this lens or their technique is wrong.. I just don't get it

EDIT: Note, this lens will focus to 3 feet, even at 400mm. You have to be aware of your DOF or you will think you are having focusing problems. Check out a youtube video by a guy who tested this lens in the Galapagos Islands. Close focusing is actually what sold me on this lens.

I realize that images uploaded are not really a good representation of the lens, but you might get something out of these shots:
1) Hummingbird at 30 feet; Roseate Spoonbills at 200 feet; Lizard at 6 feet (400mm); Gull at 100 feet; Skipper at 4 feet (400mm); Flower and Bee at 5 feet (400mm); Pileated Woodpecker at 50 feet; The obligatory moon shot : )

All of these shots have been CROPPED.

EDIT 5/26/2019: This lens is holding up well. I am notorious for not taking care of stuff and being a little rough, so that is why I even mention it. You would expect it too, but I am not the normal user. It's been dropped, banged, taken out in the rain, fog, heat, cold... You get the picture? I always do, LOL.

EDIT 8/24/2019 to add some raptor shots. All are zoomed/cropped from 50-75% and at a min. of 200 feet up.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Expensive? Yes. Worth it? You bet!
By Reviewer Pro on January 29, 2017
Let me just preface this post by saying that a $1700+ purchase is not a drop in the bucket for me and I had to sell several pieces of equipment to make it work.

This lens is replacing a 70-200mm f/4L (non-IS) and a 300mm f/4L (non-IS, yes, one from 1992). I wanted something with really good reach and great image stabilization. About 6 years ago, I rented the Mark I, push-pull version of this lens so I could cover Air Force One and Obama's arrival in San Francisco for a website contribute to. I was impressed with the reach, but the images were a bit soft compared to other really nice L glass I've owned and used.

I debated long and hard between getting this lens and the 70-200mm f/2.8L IS Mark II + 1.4x III, and ended up with this lens. Primarily, I didn't want to have to deal with a teleconverter. Plus, I knew I'd be shooting at 400mm a lot, and there is a slight decrease in quality with the 1.4x III on the 70-200 compared to this new 100-400L.

To save a few hundred dollars, I bought this used -- something I'd recommend to people as long as the website has a return policy for third party vendors, like Amazon does.

Here's what I like:

1) Image quality is fantastic. From 100-400, throughout the entire range, contrast and color are rendered superbly.

2) Sharpness is top-notch, even at 400mm and wide open. I'm just blown away with how good the wide open performance is.

3) Image stabilization is fantastic, and truly necessary for 400mm hand-held shots. I do fully believe it's good down to 4 stops as advertised, as I am able to get sharp images 3 out of 4 times at 1/10sec and almost every time at 1/20sec for a stationary object at 400mm. Make yourself familiar with the different modes and how they work in order to be most effective with the stabilization.

4) Macro ability. You can focus down to about 1 meter (3 feet), which means you can get some great up-close shots.

5) Bokeh. Fantastic separation and bokeh quality.

What I don't care for:

1) The tripod collar foot. It's hard to get on and off. I even chipped the paint trying to forcibly remove it once when it was stuck. I have since learned not to over-tighten the wheel.

2) The weight. Yeah, I knew what I was getting into when I bought this monster. Make sure you have a good strap. I use the Black Rapid RS-7, which helps my shoulders and neck a lot.

3) Lens creep. The locking mechanism for the zoom is good, but not perfect. It's also not convenient to use, so half the time I don't use it, and the lens creeps anyway. I suppose this is equally my fault and Canon's fault. Mine for not using it, and theirs for not making it easier to use.

Overall, this is a hell of a lens. There are few things that are better for pure image quality and versatility. Expensive? Yes. Worth it? You bet!
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Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ready for safari!!
By Jason B. on March 31, 2017
I spent many weeks reviewing cameras and lens combos and I finally decided on the Canon 80 with the 100-400mm lens II. I shoot mainly wildlife and have been to Africa twice, using a Nikon D3200. But with another trip booked in September I knew I wanted to step my game up. I finally narrowed down my decision to the 80D and the 7D mark ii and went with the 80D, mainly for the newer features and better image quality. I also purchased the Canon 100-400mm ii lens to round out the perfect safari combination. Then I took my camera and lens to the LA zoo a few days ago and was blown away by the image quality! In one word, amazing!! Check them out for yourself. Both pics are shot at 400mm and look impressively sharp!!
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Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is more than just an upgrade from the original.
By E. Caspersen on February 9, 2017
I finally upgraded from the original, and "upgrade" doesn't even begin to describe how much of an improvement this is. Night and day. Big time. Images are razor sharp even wide open. The 4-stop IS delivers. Built like a tank and focuses really fast. Even the shooting experience changes (not just the IQ). As a wildlife photographer (who is literally climbing through the woods every weekend) the locking hood alone was a big improvement. Paired with a high-performance camera, like the 7D mkii, this lens performs like a beast.

Previously I was using a 70D with the original 100-400. It wasn't a terrible combo and I did get good pictures (and will keep as backup), but this lens (paired with the 7D) just changed my entire shooting experience. Looking forward to this year.
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Daniel Przybylski
5.0 out of 5 stars Sometimes you just have to bite the bullet.
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Suhas
4.0 out of 5 stars Great product, sub-standard delivery
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great product, sub-standard delivery
Reviewed in India on January 13, 2018
The lens quality is just awesome. Just bought it and have used it to shoot a few pics. I am using the lens on my Canon 760D, and I am extremely satisfied with the purchase. Though the lens is quite expensive, it is worth every rupee.
I am giving 4-Star as Amazon messed with the delivery. Although the product came with a Guaranteed Delivery date, Amazon did not make the delivery by the Guaranteed Date. Even the customer service was not very helpful.
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Janet G.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent lens.
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Eduardo FM
5.0 out of 5 stars Un lente de excelente calidad
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5.0 out of 5 stars Go for it!
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