Adorama has stock of the brand new Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS III. The world's lightest 400mm f/2.8 lens!

Key Features

  • Revised Optics for a Lighter Super Telephoto EF L Lens.
  • Increased Heat Shielding Measures for Reliable, Longer Shooting Outdoors
  • Dust- and Water-resistant with Fluorine Coatings for Use Even in Harsh Conditions.
  • Customizable Electronic Focusing Ring.
  • Optical Image Stabilization at up to 5 Stops* of Shake Correction
  • Minimum Focusing Distance of Approx. 8.2 ft./2.5m
  • Circular Aperture (9 blades) for Beautiful, Soft Backgrounds.

Learn more about the Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS III USM at Adorama

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  1. Kudo's to Canon on this one. Amazing how much they were able to improve the handling. Had a chance to do a side by side with the V2 and it's an impressive reduction in weight and much better balance. I guess it's a bit lighter but I would say very comparable to the new Sony in handling. Wasn't able to check IQ but I'd expect it's at least equal to the already excellent V2.
    Canon demonstrates once again why they are the market leader in telephoto lenses. Didn't expect them to obsolete my 600 F4 so quickly but you can't hold back progress. Doubt I'll upgrade but looking forward to trying the new 600. A similarly built 500 V3 might tempt me though.
  2. I’ll be curious to see the tests to determine if there is any difference in IQ. If not, I’ll be buying a V2 for $3K less. Not concerned with the weight as I’ll always be using it on a monopod or tripod.

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