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Part of Canon’s range of EF Cinema prime lenses, the CN-E135mm T2.2 L F is a lightweight, compact fixed focal length lens designed for EF mounts. It offers spectacular 4K image quality and a full...
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Part of Canon’s range of EF Cinema prime lenses, the CN-E135mm T2.2 L F is a lightweight, compact fixed focal length lens designed for EF mounts. It offers spectacular 4K image quality and a full frame image circle plus great low light performance and fine creative control over focusing and depth of field.
Compact, lightweight, 135mm lens
Compact and lightweight with a user-friendly design this 135mm prime lens is ideal for a wide range of applications and can be used with most standard accessories and matte boxes.
The CN-E135mm T2.2 L F supports shooting in low light conditions and provides fine control over depth of field.
Superb 4K optical performance
Large aspherical lens elements ensure sharp, consistent images in virtually every shooting situation, while the 11-blade aperture provides beautiful bokeh. Innovative construction counteracts barrel expansion and contraction to avoid temperature-induced marking discrepancies.
Industry standard manual control rings are engineered to provide smooth consistent operation. Unified front lens diameter and gear positions throughout Canon's range of EF Cinema prime lenses enable film crews to quickly change lenses without adjusting rig setups.
EF mount compatible
The CN-E135mm T2.2 L F lens is designed for use with EF mount cameras with either full frame 35 mm or Super 35mm-type sensors – perfect for Cinema EOS cameras as well as Canon's range of EOS DSLRs. Contacts on the EF mount facilitate communication between camera and lens for recording of metadata, and other functions.