As if a brand new full-frame mirrorless digicam system, 4 lenses, and three adapters weren’t sufficient, Canon threw in three extra goodies: two up to date super-telephoto DSLR lenses and the quickest EF-M lens up to now. Canon introduced a trio of recent lenses on Wednesday, Sept. 5, together with the brand new EF 400mm f/2.8L IS III USM, EF 600mm f/4L IS III USM, and for the EOS-M mirrorless line, the EF-M 32mm f/1.four STM. Whereas weight reduction in new lenses is usually measured in ounces, Canon managed to shave off kilos from the high-end DSLR lenses, which the corporate says makes each lenses the lightest within the respective focal lengths but. The 32mm, however, has the widest aperture but for EOS-M glass.
On the skin, the third-generation 400mm F/2.Eight and 600mm F/four lenses look completely an identical to their predecessors, except for a barely totally different nameplate. The truth is, it’s not till you decide up the 2 lenses that you simply discover the distinction. However while you do decide up the lens — wow. Having shot with the Mark II model of each the 400mm F/2.8, we all know how heavy they’re to lug round.
In some way, Canon managed to drop the load of each of the lenses whereas additionally including new options. The Mark III model of the 400mm F/2.Eight lens slimmed down by 2.2 lbs, whereas the 600mm F/four shed 1.9 lbs, a discount in additional than 25 and 20 %, respectively.
Other than the load discount, each the Canon EF 400mm F/2.Eight L IS III and EF 600mm F/four L IS III USM additionally function an improved picture stabilization module that bumps it as much as 5 stops of correction in comparison with the three-and-a-half stops within the lenses respective predecessors. New digital focus rings, nine-blade aperture diaphragms, and fluorine coatings assist spherical out the up to date lenses.
The Canon EF 400mm F/2.Eight L IS III USM and Canon EF 600mm F/four L IS III USM are due out December 2018 for an MSRP of $11,999 and $12,999, respectively.
EF-M 32mm F/1.four STM
On the request of photographers from all over the world, Canon has launched a brand new EF-M 32mm F/1.four STM prime lens for its M-series mirrorless cameras, displaying that its APS-C mirrorless system may not be as useless as some have thought.
The brand new lens is constructed of 14 parts in Eight teams, together with a glass molded aspherical lens. Its stepping motor (STM) provides easy, quiet focusing, making it an incredible choice for taking pictures video. The 32mm focal size is equal to roughly 51mm on a full-frame digicam — an incredible commonplace focal size for nearly any sort of images you’ll be able to throw its approach.
The EF-M 32mm F/1.four STM can be out there September 2018 for about $480.