WTS Canon EF 100-400 vII 4.5-5.6

samolot

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Hi all,

Not sure if this is appropriate - but for anyone who enjoys taking pictures of game, this may apply:

For sale I have a Canon EF 100-400 4.5-5.6 (Version II). Bought from B&H in 2019. Works perfectly. Some minor paint chips along the foot and the buttons, as pictured. Front and rear elements in perfect condition. Everything including original wrapping included. Original warranty card included. Original accessories including hood included.

1,400$.

Price includes shipping CONUS. Add paypal fee if paying goods and services.

Thanks for looking!
 

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What did you mostly use this lens for? Was it long enough for like wildlife photography? Were you always looking for more length with this lens? I guess what was your major use for it? thanks
 
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Wildlife photography mainly. I bought a 2x Teleconverter for it but realized I was getting better shots with just the lens, and just cropping the photos for extra reach. With the high megapixels counts on cameras these days (~30 MP with my EOS R), teleconverters are quite obsolete. With this lens you get all the reach and flexibility you may need. For portability reasons, I find myself gravitating to my 70-200 since I also shoot portraits.
 
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