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Canon RF 800mm f/11 IS STM Lens

MPN: 3987C002

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Key Features

  • Lens Type: Telephoto
  • Aperture Range: F11
  • Filter Size: 95mm
  • Mount: Canon RF

$899.00

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Canon RF 800mm f/11 IS STM Lens

Canon RF 800mm f/11 IS STM Lens

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The most compact 800mm lens you’ve come across to date, with impressive range, superb detail and stunning depth of field at f/11, this stabilized lens is as affordable as it is compact.

Key Features

  • First Compact and Lightweight 800mm Super Telephoto RF Lens
  • Excellent Portability with an Extending/Retracting Locking Lens Barrel Design
  • Gapless double-layer Diffractive Optics (DO) reduce Chromatic Aberration for High Image Quality
  • High Image Quality at a fixed f/11 Aperture
  • Optical Image Stabilization with up to 5 Stops* of Shake Correction

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  • SKU:
    3987C002

Technical Characteristics

  • Focal Length
    800mm
  • Lens Construction
    11 elements; 8 groups; others: Special Elements - Gapless double-layer diffractive optics
  • Aperture Range
    F11
  • Angle Of View
    3° 5'
  • Minimum Focusing Distance
    6.00m
  • Maximum Magnification
    0.14x
  • Focus Type
    Autofocus, Manual
  • Filter Size
    95mm
  • Lens Type
    Telephoto
  • Mount
    Canon RF

Physical Characteristics

  • Dimensions
    Retracted 281.8 x 101.6mm, When Shooting 351.8 x 101.6mm
  • Weight
    1260.0 grams
  • Available Colors
    Black

Type

Included In The Box

  • Accessories
    Lens Support Foot

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RF 800 mm F11

Exceeded expectations. Criticaly sharp. Easy handling. OS is very effective. F11 is a limitation that the high iso performance of the R5 and OS stableiation mitigates.

4 Posted by Richard T Vernick on 5th Aug 2020