Experience how changing your lens can unlock a world of possibilities, and see beyond what
meets the eye.
Ultra Wide Zoom
Broaden your perspective with one of these lenses. The wide angle allows you to bring more
area into focus and provides greater depth of field. The zoom range allows you to make small
adjustments to the coverage of your shot for more creative control.
Designed for EF-Mount and PL-Mount Cinema Cameras, Canon Cinema Compact Zoom Lenses provide
high mobility while offering outstanding 4K optical performance.
Telephoto zoom lenses allow you to capture details normally missed by the eye. Capture the
far off action of fast-paced sports or zoom in for an intimate portrait with a blurred
background. The unique property of these lenses to compress images allows you to create a
variety of impressive images.
These lenses let you capture more by broadening the angle of view and increasing the depth of
field bringing more area into focus. By expanding the apparent distance between the
foreground and background, they provide a unique perspective. Their exceptional compactness
allows for greater mobility.
Standard & Medium Telephoto
For a more natural angle of view and perspective, choose from one of these lenses. These
lenses will provide you with the image closest to how your eye perceives the subject and
they are excellent for portraits and for giving images natural depth of field.
Nothing quite compares to the amount of dimension a super telephoto lens can bring to a
photograph. All the lenses in the category are part of the L-series, incorporating superior
lens construction and USM for quiet, high-speed autofocusing.
To bring small things into full-sized view, select from one of the lenses in this category.
Macro lenses can uncover detail that would be impossible to detect by the eye and give new
perspective to extremely minute subjects such as insects or the petals of a small flower.
These lenses expand photographic possibilities. Tilt movements allow you to obtain a wide
depth of field even at the maximum aperture and still keep the entire subject in focus.
Shift movements correct the trapezoidal effect seen in pictures taken of tall objects, so as
not to distort the subject.