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The CN-E 135mm T2.2 L F Cinema Prime Lens is designed to provide outstanding optical performance and is capable of full 4K-Resolution performance. Whether you're shooting in HD with a Canon EOS DSLR camera or in 4K using an EOS C500 Digital Cinema Camera, the CN-E 135mm T2.2 L F will help you to create a cinematic masterpiece by providing superb image quality, contrast and color fidelity.
The CN-E 24mm T1.5 L F Cinema Prime Lenses features a genuine Canon EF mount and works with all Cinema EOS camera models, as well as, all EOS HD-DSLR cameras including Full-Frame models. The EF mount has electronic contacts on both the lens and camera sides that allow direct communication between each device. This communication allows lens metadata including T-numbers to be displayed in the viewfinder. Both the T-number and the focus position are recorded in the video file.
The use of an 11-blade iris produces artistic and beautiful out-of-focus areas or "Bokeh." The 11 blades allow for attractive circular blurring in out-of-focus regions, while the use of an odd number of blades helps reduce flaring of specular highlights. Additionally, the iris ring is mechanically controlled with no click stops for smooth exposure adjustments while recording.
Designed to meet the needs of professional cinematographers, the CN-E 135mm T2.2 L F Cinema Prime Lens features unified front lens diameters and gear positioning on the focus and iris rings making lens switching quick and convenient. Additionally, the Focus ring features 300º of smooth rotation to help facilitate consistently accurate focusing especially when pulling focus during a shot.
Control rings work to maintain the right amount of resistance and operating torque in order to help provide the camera operator or assistant with a consistent feel and predictable lens operation.
The CN-E 135mm T2.2 L F Cinema Prime Lens is equipped with gaskets and
seals for dust and water resistant operation, helping to make them ready
for shooting, even in severe conditions.
The CN-E 135mm T2.2 L F Cinema Prime Lens is designed to minimize
variations in the angle of view while focusing, a phenomenon known as
focus breathing. This feature is extremely important while focus
pulling, where changes in the angle of view due to focus breathing could
become apparent to the viewer.
To allow for additional ease of use and flexibility the CN-E 135mm T2.2 L F Cinema Prime lens features threading on the front of the lens to accommodate 105mm screw on filters. This feature allows the camera operator to add filters over the lens without the need for a Matte Box to be attached to the camera system helping to provide flexibility in filter choice as well as the ability to shoot in a more streamlined format.
Angular Field of View
Number Of Blades
Maximum Photometric Aperture T Number
Lens Front Diameter
MOD From Front of Lens
118.4 x 118.4 x 115.6mm
1.4 kg / 3.09 lb.
A 4K lens must anticipated a wide range of productions – including theatrical motion pictures, major television dramas and episodics, commercials, and a diverse range of non-entertainment origination. So what are the performance parameters that collectively define 4K optical performance? The following paper will enumerate these parameters and discuss user expectations.
The newer generation of Cinema EOS lenses came from multiple optical design resources within Canon, such as our EF Lens and Broadcast Lens designs.
A design goal with the Cinema zoom lenses was to achieve an overall optical performance that would equate with the best of contemporary prime lenses over their respective focal lengths. Learn more about how these Cinema zoom lenses maintain their sharpness in a close-up or while zoomed out.
The new generation of Canon Cinema lenses paid high attention to optimizing color reproduction of the lens-camera system, such as how it reproduces skin tones of various ethnicities.
Achieving a high contrast ratio is universally sought by cinematographers and is always a central design goal for the optical designers. Learn about the different designs that help achieve high contrast ratios.
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