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Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III

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EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III

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Manufacturer's Description:



"Developed to succeed the EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 II, which was marketed in 1995, this compact, lightweight high- magnification telephoto zoom lens covers medium telephoto 75 mm to super telephoto 300mm. Like the EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM, it has a metal ring at the front of the zoom ring to give it an upscale image. It uses a DC motor as AF drive actuator. The optical system and controls are the same as those of the EF75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM. For environmental protection, only lead-free glass lens elements are used."
Availability
Discontinued No Edit
Year announced No Data Edit
General
Lens Mounts
  • Canon EF
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Focal Type Tele zoom Edit
Lens
Focal Length 75mm - 300mm Edit
Angle of View 9 - 33 Edit
Max Aperture f/4.5 - f/5.6 Edit
Min Aperture f/45 Edit
Filter Size 58mm Edit
Stabilised No Edit
35mm equivalent No Data Edit
Internal focusing No Data Edit
Maximum magnification No Data Edit
Focusing
Min Focus 150cm Edit
Macro No Edit
Focusing modes
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    Construction
    Blades 7 Edit
    Elements 13 Edit
    Groups 9 Edit
    Weather-sealed No Data Edit
    Box Contents
    Box Contents No Data Edit
    Dimensions
    Weight 480g Edit
    Height 122.1mm Edit
    Diameter 71mm Edit
    MTF Data
    Effective focal length No Data Edit
    Weighted MTF No Data Edit
    Average Weighted MTF No Data Edit
    Weighted MTF 10 lp/mm No Data Edit
    Weighted MTF 20 lp/mm No Data Edit
    Weighted MTF 40 lp/mm No Data Edit
    Distortion No Data Edit
    Grade No Data Edit
    Photodo MTF Score No Data Edit

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