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ZOOM CANON CINE SERVO 17-120MM T2.95
CANON 17-120MM RENTAL - HIRE
Canon 17-120mm rental. High quality, full range, fast and sharp Canon 17-120 ENG zoom with its 7x zoom range. Covers a Super35 sensor and features one of the most precise, powerful and programmable servo grips in its class. It brings the traditional B4 ENG feel to rigs that have moved up to the ARRI Amira, Canon C300 II and Sony FS7. Whether you're shooting for broadcast, documentary or in a fast-paced cinematic environment. The lens is designed for use on film cameras with sensors up to Super 35mm (26.2 x 13.8mm) in size and is suitable for 4K recording.
- Focal range: 17-120mm
- Aperture: T/2.95
- Front Diameter: 114mm
- Mount: EF/PL
- Weight: 2.9Kg
RENT CANON CINE SERVO LENS 17-120MM
CANON LENS 17-120MM RENTAL
17-120mm lens for rent. Lightweight, with a wide focal range and a good aperture. It becomes one of the most versatile solutions for all types of productions. Covers 4k Super 35mm sensors. Servo included. Offers extensive communication options through the mount. Available in EF and PL.
Spherical lens technology
Since spherical lenses refract more in the periphery than in the center, it is essentially impossible for an image to be sharp across the entire frame. Spherical lenses, on the other hand, can maintain much more uniform focus over the image area for more even focus. It also means that fewer elements are required in the lens design, which helps to not only make it sharper, but also reduces size and weight.
Canon fluorite coating
Because glass lenses can never be totally free of chromatic aberration, Canon applies a special coating, fluorite, which has an anomalous dispersion characteristic that effectively reduces aberration below what is possible with glass alone.
UD and Hi-UD glasses
In addition to fluorite, the use of ultra-low dispersion (UD) glass helps reduce chromatic aberration that is a normal part of glass lenses. In addition, Hi-UD offers high refraction in addition to low dispersion to help combat spherical and chromatic aberration, including the aberration fluctuation normally caused by zooming.