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Canon 70-200mm f/4L IS

This lens is prone to strong hot spots, but can be used with excellent results if care is taken to not stop down too far and/or to choose subjects which are less impacted by a bright center. It arrived too late to prepare formal hot spot and backfocus data for this page, but the examples below should illustrate what is possible.

Canon 70-200 f/4L IS hot spots

Avoid scenes with strong highlights or specular reflections.

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