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RF1200mm F8 L IS USM

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RF1200mm F8 L IS USM
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Super Telephoto Lens

SKU: 5056C002
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The RF1200mm F8 L IS USM super-telephoto, fixed focal length lens is the longest telephoto lens among Canon's EOS R System lineup†, making it a terrific choice for any long-distance application such as outdoor sports, wildlife, news photojournalism, and more where you want to create super-tele impact. Two large-diameter Fluorite elements, one Super UD (Ultra-low Dispersion) and one UD-glass element, and Air Sphere Coating combine for superb optical performance. The 1200mm focal length naturally provides incredibly soft backgrounds. Its compatibility with both RF1.4x and RF2x Extenders increases your effective focal length to a staggering 1680mm and 2400mm. Finally, it's image stabilized, providing up to 4 stops of optical correction for camera shake. At 7.4 lbs., the RF1200mm F8 L IS USM is surprisingly lightweight, giving it incredible handling ease along with its powerful super-telephoto capabilities.


Sample Images

Photographer: Peter Read Miller
Shooting Mode: Aperture Priority
Shutter Speed (TV): 1/2000 sec.
Aperture Value (AV): f/8
ISO Speed: 800
Lens: RF1200mm F8 L IS USM
Camera: Canon EOS R3
ISO speed is based on recommended exposure index.

Photographer: Peter Read Miller
Shooting Mode: Aperture Priority
Shutter Speed (TV): 1/800 sec.
Aperture Value (AV): f/8
ISO Speed: 1600
Lens: RF1200mm F8 L IS USM
Camera: Canon EOS R3
ISO speed is based on recommended exposure index.

Disclaimer
* Based on CIPA (Camera & Imaging Products Association) standards. Testing performed using the EOS R, R5, and R3 cameras.
† As of February 2022.