Product Packaging:Standard Packaging
L-series professional f/1.4 wide-angle lens with an Aspherical lens element to correct aberrations. The floating system enables high picture quality to be obtained over the entire focusing range. Autofocusing is quick and quiet with rear focusing and ring USM. Full-time manual focusing is also possible.
From the Manufacturer
The Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L wide-angle lens is a terrific standard lens for casual photographers and photojournalists who value low-light capability and high performance. The lens--which hails from Canon's L series--is equipped with an aspherical lens element that helps correct aberrations and improve contrast and sharpness. The lens's floating focusing system, meanwhile, lets you enjoy sharp images throughout the entire focus range. Other details include a ring Ultra Sonic Motor (USM) that ensures quick and quiet autofocusing, a manual focusing option, and a 1-foot close focusing distance.
- Focal length: 35mm
- Maximum aperture: f/1.4L
- Lens construction: 11 elements in 9 groups
- Angle of view: 63 degrees
- Focus adjustment: Rear focusing system with USM
- Closest focusing distance: 1 foot
- Filter size: 72mm
- Dimensions: 3.1 inches in diameter and 3.4 inches long
- Weight: 20.5 ounces
- Warranty: 1 year
Long requested by professionals, itís the standard lens for many photojournalists and others who value its low-light capability and performance. With the help of an Aspheric lens element, its contrast and sharpness are stunning, even wide-open at f/1.4. Solid construction, a powerful ring-type USM for smooth and fast AF, and fulltime manual focusing make this a great lens for film or digital shooters.
Wide and Fast
If you need an ultra-wide angle and a large aperture, one of the following lenses will fit the bill. Ultra-wide-angle lenses can capture scenes beyond your natural field of vision. The EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye, the widest of them all, has a 180∞ angle of view. For more normal-looking wide-angle shots, there are longer wide-angle lenses up to 35mm with the maximum aperture you need.