Telephoto lenses are generally considered to start above 85mm in focal length, and typically max out at 800mm. A famous exception was the Canon 1200L, of which somewhere between 20 and 100 copies were made. They weigh 36lbs, cost about $120k these days, and it took Canon a year to grow crystals large enough to make the lenses, all of which may explain why they’re no longer made.
Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 EX DG HSM Info & Ratings Price New (est. click to confirm) $2900/a> Price Used (est. click to confirm) $1000 Stabilization NO Format Full Frame (DG) Auto Focus Yes – HSM FM Rating 9.1 DXO Rating N/A … Read More
Tokina 70-200mm f4 FX VCM-S Info & Ratings Price New (est. click to confirm) $1150 Price Used (est. click to confirm) $900 Stabilization Yes – VCM-S Format Full Frame Auto Focus Yes FM Rating 0 DXO Rating N/A Amazon Rating … Read More