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Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Telephoto Zoom Lens

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Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Telephoto Zoom Lens

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<br />The Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Telephoto Zoom Lens is compact and lightweight, making it easy to take with you on the go. The DC motor and rubber belt-drive system on the Canon lens keeps costs down while still providing a smooth quiet action. The style of the Canon EF 75-300mm lens (6473A003AA) matches the current Canon EOS camera design. The focus adjustment on the Canon Zoom Lens is a front group rotating extension system with micromotor. The construction of the lens is 13 elements in nine groups. The closest focus distance when using this lens is 4.9 feet. The Canon lens offers a diagonal angle of view of 32 degrees 11' to 8 degrees 15'. The 75-300mm focal length and 1:4-5.6 maximum aperture allows for quality photos shot after shot.

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The Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Telephoto Zoom Lens is compact and lightweight, making it easy to take with you on the go. The DC motor and rubber belt-drive system on the Canon lens keeps costs down while still providing a smooth quiet action. The style of the Canon EF 75-300mm lens (6473A003AA) matches the current Canon EOS camera design. The focus adjustment on the Canon Zoom Lens is a front group rotating extension system with micromotor. The construction of the lens is 13 elements in nine groups. The closest focus distance when using this lens is 4.9 feet. The Canon lens offers a diagonal angle of view of 32 degrees 11' to 8 degrees 15'. The 75-300mm focal length and 1:4-5.6 maximum aperture allows for quality photos shot after shot.
Canon Telephoto Zoom Lens, EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 :
  • Focal length and maximum aperture: 75-300mm 1:4-5.6
  • DC motor and rubber belt-drive system keeps cost down while still providing a smooth, quiet action
  • Canon telephoto zoom lens construction: 13 elements in 9 groups
  • Diagonal angle of view: 32 degrees 11' to 8 degrees 15'
  • Focus adjustment: front group rotating extension system with micromotor
  • Closest focus distance: 1.5m/4.9ft.
  • Canon EF 75-300mm lens filter size: 58mm
  • Canon EF 75-300mm lens size: 2.8"W x 4.8"L

Warning:

This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer andbirth defects or other reproductive harm. www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Specifications

Features
DC motor and rubber belt-drive system keeps cost down while still providing a smooth, quiet action, Telephoto Zoom Lens construction: 13 elements in 9 groups
Brand
Canon
Camera Lens Type
Telephoto Zoom Lens
Focal Length
75-300 mm
Diameter
58 mm
Compatible Brands
Canon
Model
6473A003
Manufacturer Part Number
6473A003
Condition
New
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
5.90 x 2.40 x 2.40 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.3
132 reviews
5 stars
72
4 stars
35
3 stars
16
2 stars
6
1 star
3
Top Positive Review
5 customers found this helpful
Good Lens Not Great Lens
For the price range you can complain. Definately not an indoor lens (with low light). Great for sunny, outdoor shooting. Park, zoo, great lens. I normally run manual mode when I shoot. Slow shooting in auto mode (not so slow that you will miss the shot). Pros: -Inexpensive -Good sharpness -Good Color -Awesome Zoom -Decent Focus (In Auto Mode) Cons: -No Image Stability (IS) -Not the greatest in lowlight (Not many zoom lenses are) -Cheap Build I do recommend if you want the extra zoom and are shooting outdoors.
Top Negative Review
Not actually the USM model.
Canon makes two nearly identical lenses: the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III, and the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM. The only real difference is the type of motor used in the auto focus mechanism. This listing says it is the USM model (which is the higher quality motor), but the one I received is not.
Top Positive Review
5 customers found this helpful
Good Lens Not Great Lens
For the price range you can complain. Definately not an indoor lens (with low light). Great for sunny, outdoor shooting. Park, zoo, great lens. I normally run manual mode when I shoot. Slow shooting in auto mode (not so slow that you will miss the shot). Pros: -Inexpensive -Good sharpness -Good Color -Awesome Zoom -Decent Focus (In Auto Mode) Cons: -No Image Stability (IS) -Not the greatest in lowlight (Not many zoom lenses are) -Cheap Build I do recommend if you want the extra zoom and are shooting outdoors.
Top Negative Review
Not actually the USM model.
Canon makes two nearly identical lenses: the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III, and the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM. The only real difference is the type of motor used in the auto focus mechanism. This listing says it is the USM model (which is the higher quality motor), but the one I received is not.
1-10 of 132 reviews

great lens

this is my second lens that I buy, the first one my daughter took it because of the great photos she took while using it, the second I have for the very same reason. this lens is great and i will recommend it to all. A++++++

EF 75-300MM F4-5.6 III

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

I like it!

I like how the lens make blur background on pictures. It's not the best that can be in general, but for this lens it's very good! I like it! I use it with Canon rebel T6i! And the price was the cheap ever!!! And I'm happy about this deal!

Canon lens

I bought this lens as a present for my boyfriend. We travel a good bit and he always wishes he had a telephoto lens for shots he wants to take. This one was affordable and well made. He will be able to use it on our trips to make more memorable photos for us.

5 stars

I am very happy with the purchase. Jet delivery was fast and free.

Good Lens Not Great Lens

For the price range you can complain. Definately not an indoor lens (with low light). Great for sunny, outdoor shooting. Park, zoo, great lens. I normally run manual mode when I shoot. Slow shooting in auto mode (not so slow that you will miss the shot). Pros: -Inexpensive -Good sharpness -Good Color -Awesome Zoom -Decent Focus (In Auto Mode) Cons: -No Image Stability (IS) -Not the greatest in lowlight (Not many zoom lenses are) -Cheap Build I do recommend if you want the extra zoom and are shooting outdoors.

Great telephoto but price is high

This is a very good telephoto lens but the autofocus is not always perfectly sharp (manual focus works fine). This lens does not have stabilization. I paid $220 with tax and shipping but feel this is over priced when compared to other comparable lenses.

It's the artist, not the tools

You can create fantastic photos with this lens. It is very, very limited in what it can do from a technical standpoint, but it will let you take shots you couldn't otherwise get without a telephoto. Just because some snooty photog thinks you need a $1000 IS L series to take a picture of a squirrel in a tree, does not mean you should sell your house for camera equipment. Shenanigans. If you are an amateur, and can't spend $1000, buy this, and use a tripod. When you reach the limits of the abilities of your equipment, then consider the upgrade. This is not useful as a macro lens, and you will not be pointing it downward for long periods of time. The lens creep shouldn't affect you. Spend money on the lens you use most. This is not likely to be it. This is a fine entry-level lens. Not only that, but if you hate it within 90 days... Just to prove I'm not being a complete smart-alec, I slapped this lens on a 20D body and shot this squirrel through my bedroom window. And that's a jpeg compressed to 130kb...

Not so great

This lens suffers from price point selling. People want a long lens but are unwilling to pay for the quality ones. Enter the 75-300mm f/4-5.6. This lens is very cheap and it shows. I feels plasticky. The zoom and focus rings aren't really damped, so it feels cheap. The lens suffers badly from lens creep. if you are aiming at a downward angle the front of the lens slides out and you lose focus quickly. Lastly, it needs very bright light to get a sharp photo. It is f/4 only at 75 and for most of its range it is at f/5.6. Uses: sports maybe, but only in the middle of the day. Never indoors, never at dusk or dawn unless you have a very steady tripod, end even then ut must be level or your shots can still come out a little fuzzy from the lens creep. It's very similar to my brother's old Minolta of the same length, and that was made in the 1960s. Canon has known quality control issues, especially with certain low end products (but not always! They had some issues with the latest professional models cameras just last year). The one I tried might just be a particularly egregious example. Do yourself a favor, get the 70-300 IS at least. It's worth the extra money, and less aggravation. Or even the 70-200 f/4 L

Not actually the USM model.

Canon makes two nearly identical lenses: the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III, and the EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III USM. The only real difference is the type of motor used in the auto focus mechanism. This listing says it is the USM model (which is the higher quality motor), but the one I received is not.
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