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If you’re looking for an exceptional general purpose zoom lens that is full frame compatible, then this could be the lens for you. Providing outstanding image quality over a range of widely used focal lengths, the EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM has a number of applications, including wedding, sports, landscape and portrait photography.
As a standard zoom lens, it features a ring-type ultrasonic motor driven autofocus that is extremely fast and accurate, while its AI Servo makes it easy to track the action and accurately capture fast-moving subjects. The EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM is impressively sharp all the way out to its full frame corners, while the colour and contrast it creates is remarkable.
Its real world uses are endless. You can create a beautiful background blur in portraits, you can capture stunning landscapes with ease, while low light, fast moving action is always sharp and precise.
This great low light performer makes the most of any available ambient light thanks to its constant f/2.8 aperture throughout the zoom range.
With three aspherical elements ensuring the highest quality in a lens of this focal length, you'll enjoy edge-to-edge sharpness.
The EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM will take your photography to the next level thanks to the outstanding technology underpinning Canon's L-series lenses.
Wherever you are, always focus quickly, near-silently and with precision thanks to the ring-type ultrasonic autofocus motor.
This lens boasts a 9-blade diaphragm that produces a circular aperture to achieve beautifully blurred backgrounds with attractive bokeh.
No matter your shooting location or conditions, the advanced design and engineering of this lens reduces the risk of dust and moisture damage.
For more information head over to the Canon website.
|Minimum Focusing Distance (m)||0.38|
|Maximum Magnification (X)||0.21|
|Number of Lens Groups||13|
|Number of Lens Elements||18|
|Number of Aperture Blades||9|
|Approx Weight (g)||805|
|Compatible with extenders||No|
|Specifications correct at time of publication|