RF 600mm f/11 IS STM has been designed to make super-telephoto shooting more accessible and affordable for the EOS R System Cameras. Delivering high image quality in a compact design, it provides the ability to photograph closer to subjects such as wildlife and sport with photogenic image expression from distance.
Weighing in at just 930g, the RF 600mm f/11 IS STM can be easily taken to outdoor locations and handheld without a tripod. The retractable structure provides unprecedented mobility and allows the lens to be stored compactly.
The 5-stop Image Stabilizer reduces camera shake in super-telephoto shooting and allows you to shoot crisp images even with hand-held shooting.
High-speed, high-precision focus drive can be achieved so that fast-moving subjects can be captured without missing the desired moment. The use of a Stepping Motor (STM) achieves quiet and smooth AF during movie shooting
Equipped with a control ring unique to the RF lenses offering customisable control over shutter speed, ISO or exposure compensation.
The leather grain finish of the lens barrel enables easy use and prevents slippage, fingerprint smudges, and scratches.
f/11 (fixed aperture)
f/11 (fixed aperture)
10 elements in 7 groups
DO lens (Gapless dual-layered diffractive optics)
Yes, 5.0 stops
Stepping Motor (STM) + lead screw
Approx. Φ93 mm x approx. 199.5 mm
Approx. Φ93 mm x approx. 269.5 mm
ET-88B (sold separately)
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