EF 80-200mm f2.8L

introduced 1989

The EF 80-200mm f2.8L lens is the first large-aperture telephoto zoom lens in the EF series, providing a constant F-number during zooming which covers the most widely-used telephoto focal lengths.

The optical system uses 16 elements in 13 groups, including 3 UD glass elements to attain high image quality and compensate for chromatic aberrations (secondary spectrum). A rear focusing system enables high speed, high precision AF control while providing a large maximum aperture.

The tripod mount is quiet and manual focusing features a smooth ‘feel’. Dimensions are 84 x 185.7mm with a weight of 1330g and minimum aperture is f32.

Focal length and maximum aperture: 80-200mm f/2.8
Lens construction: 16 elements in 13 groups
Diagonal angle-of-view: 30-12
Focus adjustment: inner focusing system with AFD
Closest focusing distance: 1.8 m/5.9 ft
Zoom system: rotating type
Filter size: 72mm
Length x max. diameter, weight: 185.7 x 84mm, 1,330g

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