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A general purpose lens that does it all.
Delivering impressive image quality over an incredible focal length range, the EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS is a lens for all occasions. With its compact stature and exceptional 11x zoom, this is a standard zoom lens that will go with you everywhere. Instead of taking a backpack full of lenses, you can take just one – making it the ideal choice for day trips, hiking and travel. Of course, there is no point carrying around a lens if it doesn’t take great shots. Luckily, this lens not only meets optical performance expectations, it surpasses them. Utilising Canon’s wonderfully accurate Micro Motor autofocus, you will quickly and easily find the focus of your shot, allowing you to create images that are beautifully sharp with low distortion, vignetting and flare. Meanwhile, its 4-stop Image Stabiliser allows for easy handholdability in low light over a wide range of shutter speeds.
While your contract is a rental contract, you can make us an offer to purchase at any time. Some price guides are set out above. For further price details at anytime during the rental period please contact us on 1300 858 911 (purchases are subject to approval and some conditions apply).
* Please note an initial freight, handling and account administration fee of $14.90 will be added to the first month's rental payment.
CANON EF-S 18-200MM f/3.5-5.6 IS
Compact proportions with a powerful zoom range of 11x – make an ideal general-purpose zoom for photographers on the go. Great low-light performance is assured by a 4-stop Image Stabilizer.
Aspherical and UD Elements
Incorporates two types of elements: aspherical elements to correct spherical aberrations, and Super UD (ultra-low dispersion) elements to eliminate chromatic aberrations.
Super Spectra Coating
Ensure accurate colour balance and high contrast, suppress flare and ghosting by absorbing light that might be reflected off internal lens elements and image sensor.
4-Stop Image Stabilizer
Specially designed for the lens' specific focal length range – works to counteract image blur, which can occur during handheld shooting.