With its f/2.8 maximum aperture, experience exceptional image quality in a durable design using magnesium alloy and titanium to reduce weight.
L-series is Canon's flagship professional lens range and its precision-designed EF optics ensure you'll create a winning shot every time.
Counteract image blur, which can occur during handheld shooting, with the EF 400mm f/2.8L IS II USM's 4-stop Image Stabilizer.
Perfect for all types of action photography especially those requiring panning, the lens's Image Stabilizer mode only activates during exposure.
Canon's patented lens element coating helps minimise ghosting and flare caused by internal reflections making your action shot tell the true story.
The ring USM uses ultrasonic frequency vibrations to drive extremely rapid auto focus with near-silent operation for a nail biting finish.
Whether vlogging roadtrips or photographing family frolics, these cameras are perfect for capturing your summer highlights! Which will you choose?
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This program is designed to supply the current version of the Canon Digital SLR Camera Software Developers Kit (SDK) to computer programmers residing in Australia and New Zealand
Free repairs for this phenomenon will be available for eligible cameras until 31 December 2022.
Canon Australia has recently become aware of a situation where select Canon inkjet printers may turn off immediately after the printer is turned on or continuously reboot if the product is connected to the internet.
Multiple cases of buffer overflow vulnerabilities have been confirmed for Canon Laser Printers/Inkjet Printer and Small Office Multifunction Printers