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'Polarized' Canon Lens

"Bear" with us as we bring you some digital photography news because we can't resist sharing these funny/punny photos! When German photography duo Dieter & Marion dropped their 70-200mm 2.8 IS lens into a zoo exhibit, a polar bear attempted to "stabilize" its hunger by chewing on the Canon lens. Beware of bears!

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Meet Felix the Polar Bear, an arctic animal with a taste for telephoto lenses! German photographers Dieter & Marion were snapping away at the zoo when one of their spare lenses, a Canon 70-200mm 2.8 II USM with Image Stabilization, fell into the polar bear exhibit. Of course, Felix’s animal instinct was to gnaw at the grey gadget like a baby seal. Talk about a “polarizing” effect!

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