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CANON 52MM DROP-IN SCREW FLTR HOLDER W/FLT

Web Code: 095CAN016  •  Mfr Code: 2612A001
CANON 52MM DROP-IN SCREW FLTR HOLDER W/FLT
Only $169.99 CAD
CANON 52MM DROP-IN SCREW FLTR HOLDER W/FLT is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Product Highlights
  • 52mm Drop-In Screw Filter Holder
  • Note that only filters with correct filter frame thickness can be mounted on the lens
  • Accepts standard 52mm filters. Compatible with: EF 300 f/2.8L IS, 400 f/2.8L IS, 500 f/4L IS, 600 f/4L IS
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  • 52mm Drop-In Screw Filter Holder
  • Note that only filters with correct filter frame thickness can be mounted on the lens
  • Accepts standard 52mm filters. Compatible with: EF 300 f/2.8L IS, 400 f/2.8L IS, 500 f/4L IS, 600 f/4L IS
  • TYPE: Drop-in
 
  Filter Shape: Circular Filter Type: Protector Circular Size: 52mm  
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely brilliant "Buying long glass shouldn't be risky, and you shouldn't end up with something that is such a pain to use that it doesn't get used often. Canon does this with their DO (diffractive optics). This is a very sophisticated but uncommon lens design that reduces the bulk and length of long lenses. I have shot the 400/2.8 L and it is brilliant but handheld gets fatiguing very fast. For a one stop penalty in lens speed you get a true tack sharp optic that you can carry and shoot without the need for extra support. Sure you could buy Canon's 100-400 f/5.6 zoom for a lot less, but in addition to it getting slower, it's also tending to softness. The 400/4 DO is incredibly sharp, easy to shoot, takes drop in 52mm filters and did I mention you can readily shoot it handheld! Does tend to suggest that my Sigma 120-300/2.8 will get a lot less use though..."
Date published: 2014-01-20
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