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Canon RF 100-500mm f/4.5-7.1L IS USM Lens
Bring distant scenes closer and give your subject a front row seat thanks to brilliant 100-500mm pulling power and outstanding versatility from a zoom that delivers detail, clarity and an exceptional telephoto performance.
- 100-500mm focal length - For superior telephoto power and versatility
- 5-stop Image Stabilisation - For ultimate handheld control even in low light
- Super UD & UD Elements - For exceptionally sharp images
- Dual Nano USM Motor - For smooth, fast and near-silent operation
- Heat Shield Coating - For consistent operation in high temperatures
- ASC (Air Sphere Coating) - To prevent flare and ghosting
- Lens Control Rinf - For extra control over ISO, aperture and shutter speed
Ultimate reach. Built for extremes.
With a 100-500mm focal length range, plus 5-stop image stabilisation and L-series build quality, the RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM offers performance and image quality like no other thanks to UD lens elements and ASC coatings for unrivalled contrast and sharpness.
Enjoy stunning performance up to 500mm
With a 100-500mm zoom range in a compact and portable body, the lens is ideal for travel and wildlife and will go even further thanks to optional 1.4x and 2x extenders.
Keys Features & Benefits
Achieve excellent contrast and sharpness
See a difference in your images across the zoom range thanks to L-series image quality with a Super UD lens and six UD lenses, plus 5-stop IS for shake-free results.
Fast, smooth, near silent AF
Dual Nano USM motors enable fast, smooth and near silent AF while a floating lens group also improves versatility with a close minimum focus distance of 0.9m.
Take the lens anywhere
At 1530g with tripod mount, and 207mm when retracted, the RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM is a go-anywhere telephoto zoom. Dust and water seals plus a heat shield coating ensure its durability.
Never take your eye off the subject
Maintain concentration on capturing your moment thanks to the Lens Control Ring which allows you to change various camera settings such as aperture or shutter speed.