Shooting With the Canon EF 400mm F/5.6L USM

I recently bought a canon ef 400mm f/5.6L usm super telephoto primarily for photographing birds and some wildlife in the Zoo.  I was quite excited when I got the lens, this is the longest lens in my gear collection and I now have a lens that have more reach than my ef 70-200mm f/4l is. But the these two lens is a great combination for wildlife photography. Like what most reviewers have mention the lens is not that heavy for a 400mm lens, and since it’s not that big of a lens it feels really good on my hands. From some of the photos a shot I can see that the lens really produces sharp photos. I also like the built-in lens hood which is really handy, all I have to do is push it out and I’ll have an instant lens hood.

Here are a few photos I shot with the Canon EF 400mm F/5.6L USM together with the Canon EOS 60D.

 


Canon EOS 60D with Canon EF 400mm F/5.6L USM Lens.
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Canon EOS 60D with Canon EF 400mm F/5.6L USM Lens.
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Canon EOS 40D with Canon EF 400mm F/5.6L USM Lens.
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I’ll post a review and more photos taken with the Canon EF 400mm F/5.6L USM in the coming days.

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