For all of you wildlife shooters out there, Canon has your dream lens in stock – albeit in the used department! If you’ve got an extra $180,000 lying around in your seat cushions, it can be yours!
Yes, this is really for sale at B&H, and no I don’t expect that you have the money for this. It’s fun to hear about these up for sale when they occasionally do. I’ve seen one in action during a Formula 1 race, so people really do have them – but they are very rare!
Where to order
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