With constant f/2.8 maximum aperture throughout the 70-200mm zoom range, this lens delivers beautifully blurred backgrounds and fast shutter speeds
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88.8 x 199mm
Air Sphere Coating (ASC)
Yes, 3.5 stops (CIPA standard)