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Opteka 650-2600mm High Definition Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon EOS 7D, 6D, 5D, 5Ds, 1DX, 70D, 60D, 60Da, 50D, 40D, T6s, T6i, T5i, T5, T4i, T3i, T3 , T2i and SL1 Digital SLR Cameras

3.3 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews
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  • High-index / low-dispersion optical glass, Fully multi-coated, every element, Anti-reflection coating
  • Designed to maximize day and night shots by providing maximum light and image transmission
  • Great for the wildlife or nature photographer who wants to be hidden while taking photos of the subject
  • Carring bag and lens caps included
  • Made and designed in Japan, Brand new, 10 Year Warranty
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The Opteka 650-1300mm high definition super telephoto zoom lens is perfect for the professional and amateur photographer alike. There is a built-in, rotating tripod mount for easily attaching to your tripod or monopod. It's an extremely powerful telephoto zoom lens with the versatility that you need. This lens is great for the wildlife or nature photographer who wants to be hidden while taking photos of the subject. Advances in ultra high-index / low-dispersion optical glasses, new barrel materials, and exotic anti-reflection coatings, along with the latest in computer-aided-design / computer-aided-manufacturing), are combined to produce lenses of unprecedented quality. Diamond-cut from crystal-clear, water-white optical glass, Opteka lenses are ground and polished to a precise precision.This product is designed for Canon EOS/ AF.For a complete compatibility list please refer to the original manufacturer's web site.

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Product Dimensions 20.2 x 5.8 x 5.3 inches
Item Weight 5.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 5.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B001GKLLRY
Item model number OPT-650-2600-EOS
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3.3 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,417 in Camera & Photo > Lenses > Camera Lenses > Digital Camera Lenses
Date first available at Amazon.com September 23, 2008

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By T. Kovalevskis on March 17, 2009
i just purchased this lens from 47th avenue seller. they shipped it fast and today i tried it. i have canon 300D. obviously you will need a tripod. there is no way you can shoot a still picture holding 5 pounds in your hands and w/manual focus. it works pretty well at 650mm. to reduce shakeness you might want to use a shutter remote(6$ on ebay). at 1300mm it is hard to focus because having 23" lens and camera weight on the other end makes it hard. 2x converter makes it even harder b/c of shakement. you really need perfect conditions to use 2x with the lens. i use some manual parameters as exposure or shutter speed. i was shooting towards the evening and got pretty decent shots. i mean you need to understand that even 650mm is a huge zoom. 1300mm is insane and it makes it hard. this lens is made for a very specific purpose. you will not be able to shoot sports or fast animals b/c it is to heavy and too slow. but it is great for the lanscapes. i did some great pics using 200 ISO. a lot of people write bad reviews before they even try this lens. all we knoe that canon or sigma lens 700mm would run around 7000$ or more and obviously you cannot compare opteka with those 30 times more expensive lenses. but some people do and come up with the most rediculous conclusions. this lens needs time to get good pics. at 650-800mm it is perfect. you might even do some animal shots. at 1300 forget about it. as i mentioned earlier it is big. focusing is easy, if you ever used a telescope it is the same idea. it is hard to focus at 1300mm or more. it might look ok but when you zoom in to the pic it looks a little blury. for 250$ it is a great toy. anyone who wants to buy it needs to understand that this lens for a very specific pics. the object needs to be at least 30 yards away.Read more ›
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Totally manual lens that can be disassembled into several parts which I had to do to clean all the internal lenses. The build quality is acceptable, made mostly of metal. I used it on my Canon EOS 60D and it works fine as long as you have a tripod. It takes several seconds to adjust the focus manually but few minutes to adjust the zoom and you have to be careful not to extend it beyond 1300mm or else it will separate into 2 pieces and you will have to spend more time to assemble them and re-adjust the focus and zoom. You need light so don't expect to take pictures indoors or even from outdoors to indoors. The quality of the pictures is pretty good as long as you remain under the 1150mm. I couldn't get a clear focus over 1150mm. I think the doubler is a joke. I couldn't get any focus with it. The lens is still worth the price if you want to take closeups even if the doubler doesn't work. A note to Canadians, be prepared to pay a hefty price for s&h, customs, taxes etc. I paid 130$ on top of the price of the lens => Not cool :(
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My name is Peter Benke and I shoot professionally as an underwater portrait photographer. Im offering my credentials to reinforce my review of this lens. If you want a lens for action, this is not the right choice. But if you want a lens to photograph landscapes, wildlife ( provided you have a tripod and a pre picked shooting area ) then its a great buy. I spent about an hour photographing hummingbirds in a fountain about 50 ft away. At 1200mm I wound up with clear imagery, and noticed that its possible to see the stinger of a passing bee at that range. It wont be 100 percent perfect ( Id say it will be 92 percent sharp ) but it will get you closer then any lens you can buy for under 2,000.00.

You will need a tripod, and you will need to practice with the manual focus ring. Don't give up on it just because its tough to use.

I still have a non L cannon 75-300 mm and this lens is capable of greater sharpness at 1,300mm then the cannon lens can muster at 300. Its build very well, has a bit of movement to it but its normal... I would value it at more like 400.00 for what you get here. I recommend it without hesitation for anything other then action.

Peter
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I bought this lens for one purpose - to be able to take better long-range shots and video of the local peregrine falcons on their nest ledge. Most of the shooting I will be doing with it will be from between 400-600 feet away from the birds, so I'm not expecting razor sharp detail; just recognizable falcon images that are larger than a pinpoint. The weight of the lens is a non-issue for me, since I can drive right up and set my gear up right beside the car; I wouldn't want to carry it along on a hike of any distance. It took some practice to arrange a setup that will hold the camera and lens motionless, and I did need to get a heavy duty tripod, but I have already been able to get some decent video and still shots. With practice I expect to do even better. The manual focus is pretty simple, although at full extension it is a real stretch of the arms for a small person. I have noticed that the image tends to be sharper and brighter at the shorter length; users need to be aware of this. I don't guess I'll be taking professional grade photos with it, but I am more than satisified; it was affordable on a fixed income, and for my intended use, it gets the job done.
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