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In general, bokeh is very pleasing with the 70-200VR2, see the several examples pages.

Here I present an example of what looks like rather ugly bokeh. It is the same image used on the T-stop and Hot Spot page. Could some of this be caused in part by the right edge blur? I don’t know.

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