f/1.4 maximum aperture and a 9-bladed circular aperture deliver beautifully smooth background blur
Built-in Image Stabilizer combined with large f/1.4 maximum aperture enables handheld portrait shooting in low light situations and indoors
Be on top of rapid moving scenes with the ring-type ultrasonic motor that drives extremely fast, near silent auto focus.
Don't fear the flare. Shoot into the light with Canon's multi-layered Air Sphere Coating (ASC) protecting against flare, ghosting and reduced contrast.
“As expected for a Canon L class lens, this lens is robustly constructed and attractively finished.”
Margaret Brown, Photo Review
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88.6 x 105.4mm
Air Sphere Coating (ASC)
Yes, 4 stops (CIPA standard)