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Lens (EF75-300mm) for All SLR Canon Cameras

Item# 020W965176110001P | Model# EF75-300MM/6473A003 | Added on May 16, 2012 |
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Lens (EF75-300mm) for All SLR Canon Cameras
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Canon EF 75-300mm Zoom Lens Captures the World Around You Capture the far-off action of fast-paced sports or zoom in for an up-close-and-personal shot with the Canon EF 75-300mm F-4-5.6 III Zoom Lens telephoto zoom lens. This incredibly compact and lightweight 4x telephoto zoom lens is perfect for all your close-up photography needs. Imagine yourself taking a fast-action sports photo, posing your family for an intimate portrait, or creating the perfect frame for that outdoor wildlife picture; the opportunities are endless. The Canon EF 75-300mm Zoom Lens is well-suited for fast-action sports photography as well as a variety of other applications requiring fast AF. Rest easy knowing that you can capture the distant world around you with this easy-to-use zoom lens. A DC motor is used to power the AF, and if you consider yourself an advanced amateur, the 75-300 range is ideal as a versatile entry into telephoto photography. Not only will you have the best lens around, but you'll also be stylish. The front part of the zoom ring now sports a silver ring for a luxury-feel and touch.
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By canon
June 4th, 2017
Great beginners lens

Bought this one a while back and have been very satisfied with it. Just like a few others on here mentioned, quality can be a bit fuzzy when not using a tripod but it still pretty decent. Would not be my first choice to recommend to a professional but definitely great to start out with and learn.

154 found this review helpful
Criticism
By canon
May 12th, 2009
Need range not quality!

I got this lens as a package w/ the XSi. the zoom ring is sticky/jerky which makes it hard to zoom in in small increments. The barrel is loose so when zoomed in it amplifies camera shake. I get sharper crisper pictures from the 18-55mm IS lens that came with the XSi. I would recommend saving and getting a better lens it will be worth it in the end.

39 found this review helpful
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Great pictures

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I bought this lens to get up close pictures of my son playing baseball. This lens has proven to be exactly what I wanted!!! Love this lens so much!!!!

April 8th via canon
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canon

Good lens

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I bought this about a week ago and have used it five times and it has taken good photos .

November 24th via canon
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EF 75-300MM F4-5.6 III

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An updated model. To replace the one i dropped, i damaged the filter putiing glass all over the lens, and scratching the main len

November 7th via canon
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Canon lens

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This is a very cool lens, makes for some fabulous pictures. But you have to clean it carefully every time you use it. Or dirt gets inside the lens & you have to send it back to Canon to get it cleaned.

June 26th via sears.com
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Shutter_Bug
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Canon Zoom Lens & T3 Camera

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Did lots of research between T3 and T3i; replacing an old first-edition digital Rebel X. Decided the additional $$ for the T3i wasn't worth the additional megapixels (T3 has 12; T3i has 18 vs 6 for the X that was being replaced). Very happy with camera and help Sears personnel provided (via phone) in ordering.

June 26th via sears.com
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