B&H # SCCGAC1.33XL
B&H # HO11056SW617 MFR # 21397
The Schneider Super-Symmar XL 110 is an aspherical wide-field lens design which gives extremely high peak contrast and resolving power when stopped down to at least f/11. Its 80° of coverage and 186mm minimum image circle do permit use with the 617 Professional at the maximum aperture if needed, however. The 6 element/4 group aspherical has a 105° viewing angle and a 288mm peak image circle, allowing plenty of shift with the 617 Professional.
B&H # SCCDA1.33XL MFR # 54-1055113
The anamorphic lens also can expand 4:3 images to a 16:9 aspect ratio. Similarly, high-definition video that's been downconverted can be shown at its original aspect ratio, also without distortion.
The Cine-Digital 1.33x XL Anamorphic Lens performs the same functions as the original 1.33x lens, but is made to work with large projectors, large primary lenses, and short throw ratios.
Schneider offers two solutions for deploying the lens in virtually any type of installation. The Kino-Linear system is a motorized mechanism that slides the anamorphic lens into and out of the light path of the projector by means of a 12-volt trigger or contact closure. The Kino-Torsion system swings the lens into and out of position with a motion similar to that of a door.
For a true cinematic experience from your digital home theater projector, the Cine-Digitar Anamorphic 1.33x XL Lens is not merely an accessory, it's a necessity.
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B&H # CEHD16TCXLH MFR # 0HD-16TC-XLH
For the longest possible reach and full zoom-through capabilities, use both the 2x Tele-Extender and the 1.6x Tele-Converter. For example, the 7.5-105mm focal length of the Fujinon S14X7.5 is expanded to a remarkable 24-334mm when both are in place.
The Value Series are affordable, high quality lenses for use on the Canon XL-1. All adapters feature precision construction, multi-coated glass elements and light aluminum alloy housings.
B&H # CEVS07CVMXL MFR # 0VS-07CV-MXL
B&H # CEVS16TCMXL MFR # 0VS-16TC-MXL
B&H # CA7020028LIQ MFR # 2751B002
"Spot On...A beauty...I shoot Bald Eagles and action sports and when I compared how many photos were lost due to lack of quick focus with my Sigma lens compared to my Canon 100-400 L lens I knew I had to bite the bullet and pay the extra to upgrade and get Canon's 70-200 2.8 and I have absolutely no regrets!!...Key thoughts: 1) The experienced photographers along the sidelines all comment on how smooth and crisp the lens is 2) It does exactly what we wanted to do, now our daughter and the action around her fill the frame 3) We don't find the lens that heavy, but will be purchasing a better monopod in the future Any family considering this lens in order to better capture their son or daughter's athletic action will be very pleased with this purchase."See more
B&H # CA10028LMIS MFR # 3554B002
"sharp !...Dead on...* This lens does not work anyway with the x1.4 canon convertor - they won't connect physically * Lens is so lightweighted long handholdings wont bother you're hands at all and thats a great plus while waiting for some time for the great moving macro shot - moving fish's for me * Lens hood works as expected - attached by rotating on lens and is pretty long when mounted....In usage now for about two weeks, Sharpest and highest contrast lens I have ever used so far - after 50mm 1.4, 16-35 2.8 L II, 90mm TS-E, 70-200mm 2.8L IS.What I particularly like about this lens are three things: Image quality - fantasticIS in angle and positionPrice - low for an L.."See more
B&H # CA247028LII MFR # 5175B002
"pro lens...wow Lens...Pictures are very sharp but not perfect.Daylight pictures are very very sharp and perfect yes I would recommend this lens if you can afford it and I would buy it again.This is going to be my main walk around lens.Of all the Canon L lenses that I own,and I own seven.The sharpest lens is the Canon Ef 100 mm f/2.8 L macro IS usm lenes.Tack sharp, this is only my opinion....This lens is incredibly sharp wide open making it good for portraits on any given time.This is the lens that I now keep on my camera wherever I go reserving my 70-200 for special shots.If you can afford this lens and have enough use to warrant it, get it.I somehow miss the image stabilization on my 70-200!"See more
B&H # CA17404LEF MFR # 8806A002
"Spot on...Nice pic...Canon tries to give the consumer a chance to own a relatively inexpensive L lens with this one but they also take away some important features in order to make the lens more affordable... There is no IS (image stabilization) There is a 4.0 fixed aperture opening where it should have been a 2.8 fixed....With such a wide lens, obviously the hood must be restricted, but as I use my gear often in tight spaces and make frequent lens changes, I find the hood useful more as an added measure of protection to the lens (better the hood take the impact of hitting a concrete wall than the lens itself) and wish the hood was shaped such to take those impacts."See more
B&H # CA5012LEF MFR # 1257B002
"Enjoy !!...good lens...After deeply analyzing this lens, I will start by saying that the pro line Canon 50 MM-L with it's extremely fast f1.2 a feat that no one else is replicating even in 2017 has fantastic luminosity, unsurpassed bokelicious backgrounds, truth be told no one is buying this lens to really stop down, but nevertheless it produces unique beautiful hard to define images that cannot be reproduced by any other lens simply because there is something about this bad boy that is very hard to explain, but by al...no other 50mm lens will give you the creamy soft blurred background the 1.2L will bring to the table, there is only one wide aperture F1.2 in the market and this is it, besides this lens is made from a company you can trust and give you peace of mind because you know you are buying quality."See more