B&H Photo has posted a longer review of the Canon Super Telephoto 1200mm f/5.6L EF USM Autofocus Lens, which is the Longest Fixed Canon Telephoto Ever Made. Only 20 exist! That’s really a rare and amazing Super Telephoto Lens.
Some History on this Lens:
The Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6 L USM lens was born with the Canon FD mount and reportedly first appeared in 1984, at the Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, California. Five lenses were used by the media to cover the Games and then the lenses were shipped back to Japan and later converted to the EF mount. According to Canon, this is the longest lens in the world with full autofocus capability.