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Canon EF 135mm f/2.0L USM Prime Lens (Black)

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  • Fixed focal length of 135mm

  • Lens elements contain two UD (Ultra-low Dispersion) glass elements

  • 10 lens elements arranged in 8 groups

  • Rear focusing mechanism with USM (Ultra-sonic motor)

  • Filter thread specification of 72mm

Price: $999.99

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EF 135mm f/2L USM

Fast max aperture of f/2 and a medium tele-photo focal length of 135mm makes the lens suitable for fast action and even portrait photography. The f/2 fast aperture creates an excellent background blur (bokeh). The lens is compatible with Canon’s Extender EF 1.4x II and the 2x II further extending its focal length range.

The fastest 135mm telephoto lens in its class. Ideal for indoor sports and portraits with background blur. Two UD-glass elements correct secondary spectrum for outstanding sharpness and color. Compatible with Extender EF 1.4x II and 2x II.

Focal Length & Maximum Aperture

135mm 1:2.0

Lens Construction

10 elements in 8 groups

Diagonal Angle of View


Focus Adjustment

Rear focusing system with USM

Closest Focusing Distance

0.9m / 3 ft.

Filter Size


Max. Diameter x Length, Weight

3.2" x 4.4", 1.7 lbs. / 82.5 x 112.0mm, 750g

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Canon 135mm EF f/2.0 L USM Lens

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Sharp! Sharp! Sharp!

By Steve

from New Hampshire

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  • Fast
  • Sharp Focus


  • None so far

Best Uses

  • Portraiture
  • Sports/Action

Comments about Canon 135mm EF f/2.0 L USM Lens:

I bought this lens for indoor dog sports with pretty poor lighting. My EF70-200 IS 2.8L zoom was just not fast enough and I was getting too much noise at the higher ISOs with my 40D. Upgraded to the 5D2 and with this lens I can use ISO 3200 without much noise at all. It's tons lighter than the 70-200 zoom. Still have only about 3 inches depth of field at f2 at my focus distances, but there's only so many photons out there and this lens does a great job of putting them on the sensor.This has got to be the sharpest lens I've ever seen. I've only had time for a couple portraits, but this is THE lens for full frame portraiture. Beautiful brokeh. Ritz isn't always the cheapest option out there, but their price on this lens was very competitive.[...]

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