Talk:Canon EF 70–300mm lens

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What is "incident light"? What does it mean?

Incident light is light that directly hits the optical surface of the lens - an example would be anytime the unobstructed sun is visible in the frame. The lens is prone to lens flare and/or reduced contrast in these situations. decltype (talk) 17:28, 5 October 2011 (UTC)