Canon 33x J33x11 Lens with Full-Servo Controls – USED


Canon 33x J33x11 Lens with Full Servo Controls – USED


  • ZSD 300M
  • FPD-400
  • SUP-100
  • Case
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Super long and portable, the J33AX11BIAS zoom lens is ideal for EFP and sports applications. Can be moved with a minimum effort during production – tear down not necessary. It achieves an incredible wide zoom range, from 11-363mm (22-726mm with built-in 2x extender), with reduced distortion.
By employing Canon’s internal focus technology, only a small portion of the heavy front element group moves during focusing. The low power consumption focus servo was thus made possible  the power for full servo control is supplied from the camera, without the need of any additional power supplies.
•Even though it has a long reach, this lens features an exceptionally compact design and weighs only 9.9 pounds.
• Color blur is diminished at the tele end, which is a very important point when using lenses for OB use. Even when using the built-in 2x extender, a sharp picture without color blur is achieved.
•Features a built-in motor (IAS) for Focus Servo control. Only the attachment of the cable, from the focus demand controller to the lens drive unit, is required.
•Color aberration and distortion are minimized. There is no difference in performance from infinity to MOD  which is quite a distance in field use.
•The J33ax sets up quickly and includes a lens supporter (SUP-100) that is compatible with all portable ENG cameras.
•In Internal Focusing lenses, the focusing group is mounted separately from the front lens. In essence, the focusing elements “float” within the lens, leaving the front element and mechanical barrel absolutely stationary. This provides several advantages:
•Since only a small portion of the lens is actually moving, focusing is much more precise than with traditional lenses.
•Internal Focusing practically eliminates the variation of color aberration and distortion that normally occurs due to the movement of the front elements while focusing. Thus there is no difference from infinity to M.O.D.
•Filters remain stationary, even when focusing, allowing higher grade filter work. Special effect filters like Cross, Snowcross, Polarizers, Multivision and Graduated NDs can be used while focusing, with no need for re-indexing.
•When using tele or wide converters, no additional power is required for manual or Servo operation, as the front element is fixed. The focus operates very smoothly.
•High Index Ultra-Low Dispersion glass has a high refraction index and remarkably low dispersion. Hi-UD, when combined with existing fluorite and extra dispersion glass, dramatically reduces longitudinal and lateral chromatic aberration.
•Offers a wider angle and shorter MOD (Minimum Object Distance) than other lenses in their respective classes. This allows more flexibility, such as shooting in the small or restricted space of a studio.
•Each has a miniaturized 2x extender built in, providing better viewing of scales of Zoom and Focus for manual operation.
•Includes a square lens hood that has more cut at the upper and lower edges. The shade matches the aspect ratio and offers protection from stray light, rain and dust. Also reduces image ghosting and flare.
•Next generation TV will be in a 16:9 format. Compared with today’s 4:3, the height of the format will become 20% smaller, thus the density of the scanning lines will be 20% greater. To meet the higher frequency requirements, the IF+ lenses achieve MTF (Modulation Trans-mission Function), corresponding to 6 MHz. MTF measures the transmittance of each color to the original.
•The Canon grip is ergonomically angled at 12.5°  the ideal angle for a comfortable hold. It provides fatigue-free shooting over extended periods of time.
•Special protein paint gives a soft, gentle feel to the grip and absorbs moisture (especially of the palm) for a slip-free grip. The rubber grip on the focus ring has extra wide ridges for smooth, precise focusing control.