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CN-E30-105mm T2.8 L SP

Compact Zoom

Item Code: 7623B001AB
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Specifications

Product Category


EF Cinema Lenses, Compact Zoom Series

Mount Type


PL

Zoom Ratio


3.5x

Focal Length Range


30-105mm

Angular Field of View


Aspect Ratio 1.9:1 26.2 x 13.8mm
47.2° x 25.9° at 30mm / 14.2° x 7.5° at 105mm

Aspect Ratio 1.78:1 24.0 x 13.5mm
43.6° x 25.4° at 30mm / 13.0° x 7.4° at 105mm



Number Of Blades


11

Maximum Photometric Aperture T Number


1:2.8 at 30-105mm

MOD From Image Sensor


2' / 0.6m

Scene Object Dimensions at MOD


Aspect Ratio 1.9:1 26.2 x 13.8mm
35.3 x 18.6cm at 30mm / 10.2 x 4cm at 105mm

Dimensions (W x H x L)


4.49 x 4.92 x 8.261 in. (114 x 125 x 210 mm)

Weight


4.85 lbs (2.2kg)

Front Diameter


Φ114mm

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Resources

White Papers

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Videos


Behind The Scenes: Hold To Your Best Self

One Night, six stories. The narrative series Hold To Your Best Self follows six students on their senior prom night, with each episode telling the story from a different character’s point of view. In this video, Director of Photography Dustin Supencheck explains how the combination of his Canon EOS C300 Mark II camera and 30-105mm compact zoom lens provided a versatile solution to film the series from a number of different perspectives.

Behind The Scenes: The Pollinators

A cinematic journey around the United States follows migratory beekeepers and their truckloads of honey bees as they pollinate the flowers that become the fruits, nuts and vegetables that get eaten. Learn how Director Peter Nelson utilized Canon Cinema Cameras and Lenses to tell this important story about the threat to honey bees and how we can improve it.

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