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Designed for use with most Canon EOS SLR cameras, this Canon EF 5124B002 500mm IS II USM super telephoto lens features 3 image stabilization modes to minimize camera shake. Magnesium and titanium construction offers a lightweight design.
Compatible with most Canon EOS SLR cameras
For use with your existing camera.
3 image stabilization modes
Help minimize the effects of camera shake and vibration for clear images. Mode 3 activates image stabilization only when the shutter button is fully pressed, so you can pan fast-moving subjects.
Inner focusing system with focus cam
Enables you to capture crisp shots. Power Focus mode promotes smooth video capture.
Dust- and water-sealed design
For safe use in challenging conditions. Lightweight magnesium and titanium construction offers easy portability.
500mm focal length
Allows you to capture distant scenes and subjects.
5° angle of view
Provides super telephoto coverage.
f/4 maximum aperture
Enables optimal light gathering, resulting in clear, detailed images.
16 elements in 12 groups
Also features a fluorine coating to minimize soil, smears and fingerprints. Fluorite optics deliver crisp images with limited chromatic aberration.
CANON EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM Super Telephoto Lens for Most Canon EOS SLR Cameras
A:AnswerComes with a large suit case to store the lens and keep safe. Lens came with strap to hold lens and attached is the Lbracket. A soft lens cover came with it and the hood. There is a clear lens filter in the lens but you would have to buy different drop filters if you wanted other ones.
A:AnswerDepends on what you want to do with the images when you say "high quality". IF all you want to do is post images to the web then I would suggest going with either the Tamron or Sigma 150 to 600mm lens. If you want good prints and have the budget for it, then the Canon 100-400mm lens. It is better to spend the money on a high quality lens than getting a better camera.