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Canon KJ20x8.2B KRSD 8.2-164mm HDgc ENG Zoom Lens

BH #CAKJ2082BKRS • MFR #KJ20X8.2B KRSD
Canon KJ20x8.2B KRSD 8.2-164mm HDgc ENG Zoom Lens
Key Features
  • 8.2-164mm Lens for 2/3" Format Cameras
  • Shuttle Shot Zoom Pre-Store Function
  • 20x Zoom Ratio
  • Fast f/1.9 Max Aperture at 8.2-164mm
The KJ20x8.2B KRSD 8.2-164mm HDgc Zoom Lens from Canon offers a wider-angle focal length of 8.2mm, and a maximum f/1.9 aperture up to 115.4mm. This entry in Canon's line of HDgc lenses is suitable for a variety of HD ENG applications including broadcast, corporate, educational, and event videography. Use the Canon KJ20x8.2B KRSD's Shuttle Shot function to pre-store zoom positions for repetitive, instant recall at the press of a button.
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Canon KJ20x8.2B Overview

The KJ20x8.2B KRSD 8.2-164mm HDgc Zoom Lens from Canon offers a wider-angle focal length of 8.2mm, and a maximum f/1.9 aperture up to 115.4mm. This entry in Canon's line of HDgc lenses is suitable for a variety of HD ENG applications including broadcast, corporate, educational, and event videography. Use the Canon KJ20x8.2B KRSD's Shuttle Shot function to pre-store zoom positions for repetitive, instant recall at the press of a button.

The KJ20x8.2B KRSD features the same dispersion glass and multilayer optical coatings used in Canon's box lenses. Chromatic aberration is suppressed across the entire lens surface, yielding sharp images with minimal distortion at any object distance. A quiet and fast servo unit enables end-to-end zooming in as little as one second, and provides smooth, super-slow moves.

Features

  • Pre-store and recall zoom positions with the Shuttle Shot function
  • Maximum zoom speed of one second from end to end
  • Extraordinary Dispersion Glass and multilayer coatings minimize aberrations
  • Macro focusing with a minimum object distance of less than one inch
  • Quiet, fast servo unit
  • Smooth, super-slow zooms

Canon KJ20x8.2B Specs

Sensor Compatibility2/3" (16:9)
Focal Length8.2 to 164mm
Built-In ExtenderNone
Zoom Ratio20x
Angle of ViewWide: 60.7 x 36.5° (H x V)
Tele: 3.4 x 1.9° (H x V)
Maximum Aperturef/1.9 to 2.7
Minimum Object Distance3' / 0.9 m
Macro: 0.4" / 10 mm
Dimensions7.2 x 6.4 x 4.1" / 181.8 x 163.3 x 103.0 mm (L x W x H)
Weight2.8 lb / 1.25 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.7 x 11.6 x 9.8"
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Will this work on a Canon C100 Mark 1?
Asked by: Graham
Sorry, no. This lens is designed to cover a ENG (Electronic News Gathering) 2/3 sensor which is much smaller than the Super35 sensor of the Canon C100. One solution is to use the MTF Services Ltd B4 2/3 to Canon EF Adapter with 2/3 lenses. You still cannot use the the Canon 8.2-164mm f/1.9-2.7 HD ENG Zoom Lens however. You need a 2/3 lens with an extender. The adapter and the lens's extender make the image large enough to cover the sensor. There are two disadvantages: you lose 2 stops of light and you must have the extender engaged at all times. See the attached links to the adapter and the most affordable 2/3 zoom with extender we have. If you are well heeled, Canon has made an ENG type lens for Super35 cameras including the Canon C Series camcorders. It is the Canon CN7x17 KAS S Cine-Servo 17-120mm T2.95 (EF Mount). Unfortunately, in order for this lens to cover the large Super35 sensor, it is bigger, made to the highest standards and priced accordingly. Final note: These lenses will require a separate power cable to a d-tap battery in order for the servo zoom motor to work. See attached cable.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2021-03-12

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Can you use with the new Blackmagic URSA Broadcast remote? https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/blackmagicursabroadcast/techspecs/W-URSA-30
Asked by: tony
Please write with a link to the item you are interested in. [email protected]
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2021-01-29

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Will this lens work with Panasonic GH5 MFT camera with an adapter?
Asked by: Arik
There are adapters available that will allow you to mount a 2/3 B4 lens on cameras with an MFT Mount. Here is such an adapter from MTF Services.https://bhpho.to/2GBajrB
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can i use ZSD-300D and FPD-400D + FPM-77 for full servo control on this lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
You can use the ZSD-300D, the FPD-400D, and the FPM-77 with the Canon 8.2-164mm f/1.9-2.7 HD ENG Zoom Lens.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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does this lens works in the Blackmagic mini URSA 4k pl or ef? What adapter do I need to get?
Asked by: David C.
To use the Canon 8.2-164mm f/1.9-2.7 HD ENG Zoom Lens you must get a PL version of the URSA Mini plus the B4 adapter. Please see below.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does this lens work with all Canon video and DSLR cameras?
Asked by: Anonymous
No, this is an ENG lens compatible with cameras with 2/3 bayonet mounts.
Answered by: Muriel A.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Would this lense fit the CANON C200 4K?
Asked by: .
I'm afraid not. This is a lens for 2/3 B4 Broadcast Cameras, it is not designed to be used with a Cinema Camera like the C200. You could however look at B&H # CAE1880EF, which is an EF Power Zoom Lens. This would work well with the C200.https://bhpho.to/2ixrD6A
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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will this lens work on a Blackmagic Design Studio Camera 4K?
Asked by: Momodu
With the appropriate adapter, yes this lens can work on the Blackmagic Design Studio Camera 4K. First use the MTF Services Ltd B4 2/3 to Super16 Micro Four Thirds Adaptor B&H # MTB4S16M43 to mount the lens. Then use the MTF Services Ltd D-Tap to 12-Pin Hirose Adapter Cable (1.3') B&H # MTB4DTAP to get power to the lens. While there are other seemingly possible solutions, this is the only one that we have found to be satisfactory.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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