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Super sharp, super fast and superb quality.
Featuring L-series build quality and a wide maximum aperture for its focal length, the EF 135mm f/2L USM is the ideal choice for portrait or sports photography. While it may be substantial in terms of quality, it is still one of the lightest and most compact lenses in its class, making it easy to carry around and comfortable to work with. Using a ring-type ultrasonic motor to drive its autofocus, it is fast, accurate and near silent, making it perfect for sports photography. Its large aperture also allows for superb low light shooting. As a portrait lens, the EF 135mm f/2L USM is extremely sharp, and utilising its eight-blade aperture you can easily create a striking background blur to isolate and highlight your subject. Colour, balance and contrast are outstanding on the EF 135mm f/2L USM, thanks to its two UD-glass elements and its Super Spectra coating.
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CANON EF 135mm f/2L USM
The fastest and lightest 135mm telephoto lens in its class. Ideal for indoor sports photography and portraits with background blur. Two UD-glass elements correct secondary spectrum for outstanding sharpness and color. Compatible with Extender EF 1.4x and 2x.
Sharp, Fast and Lightweight
Large maximum aperture lets photographers shoot with relatively fast shutter speeds, even in low light.
The lens embodies Canon's highest standards of L-series optics.
Large f/2 Aperture
A large maximum aperture of f/2 provides outstanding speed for low-light shooting.
A ring-type ultrasonic motor drives autofocus quickly, and in near silence.
Super Spectra Coating
Ensure accurate colour balance & high contrast, suppress flare & ghosting by absorbing light.
Integration with E-TTL II Flash Metering
The lens passes distance information back to a compatible EOS camera's E-TTL II flash system.