I'm selling Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM Telephoto Zoom Lens

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  1. shinewiz

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    http://i349.photobucket.com/album[​IMG]s/q...L-023-MX_2.jpg

    The price is $700++ USD but the price is negotiable, Pm me. It's brand new.


    High-performance, L-series telephoto zoom lens combining light weight and compactness with an f/4 maximum aperture. Inner focusing and the ring USM enable quick and quiet autofocusing. Meanwhile, a circular polarizing filter can be attached for .
    Main Features

    * L-series telephoto zoom lens combining light weight and compactness with an f/4 maximum aperture
    * USM enable quick and quiet autofocusing
    * The front lens element does not rotate during focusing

    Package Content

    * 1 x Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM Telephoto Zoom Lens
    * Other Standard Accessories

    Specification

    Lens Focal Length & Maximum Aperture
    70-200mm 1:4.0

    Lens Construction
    16 elements in 13 groups

    Diagonal Angle of View
    34° - 12°

    Focus Adjustment
    Inner focusing system with USM

    Closest Focusing Distance
    1.2m / 3.9 ft

    Zoom System
    Rotating Type

    Filter Size
    67mm

    Max. Diameter x Length, Weight
    3.0" x 6.8", 25 oz. / 76mm x 172mm, 705g

    Color
    Black

    Size (LxWxH)
    7.6cm x 7.6cm x 17.2cm

    Gross Weight
    1.705kg

    Package Type
    Color Box



    And
    Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM Telephoto Zoom Lens

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    I'm asking for $1350 USD, Pm me.

    Main Features
    • Comparable optics to a single focal-length lens
    • Four UD-glass elements to minimize chromatic aberrations, creating sharp, high-quality images regardless of the application
    • The constant f/2.8 maximum aperture makes the lens extremely popular among professionals
    • An inner focusing system with an Ultra Sonic Motor (USM), a 4.9-foot close focusing distance, and a 77mm filter size

    Package Content
    • 1 x Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM Telephoto Zoom Lens
    • Other Standard Accessories

    Specification Angle of view (Horizontal, Vertical, Diagonal) 29 to 10 degrees, 19 to 7 degrees, 34 to 12 degrees Lens Construction 18 elements in 15 groups Number of Diaphragm Blades 8 Minimum Aperture 32 Closest Focusing Distance 3.9 feet Maximum Magnification 0.21x (at 200mm) AF actuator USM Filter Diameter 77 millimeters Weight3.24 pounds Maximum Diameter by length3.4" x 7.8" ColorBlack Size (LxWxH)8.636cm x 8.636cm x 19.812cm Gross Weight2.470kg Package TypeColor Box


     
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  2. Jayce

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    Is this the non-IS version? Don't they sell for like $630 new?
     
  3. shinewiz

    shinewiz TPF Noob!

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    It's the non-IS version, but I'm pretty sure it's not that cheap, I think it's about at $700++
     
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    It's $669 at Aden Camera in Toronto and $649 at B&H in the US. Great lens though. I use mine all the time and have never felt the need to go to 2.8 or IS version.
     
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    Why would anybody buy a brand new lens from you (for more than they can get it elsewhere) when you don't even know what costs?

    Pretty sure it's not that cheap? You think it's about $700?


    How did you come across a brand new lens that you no longer want, and apparently didn't pay for?
     

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