Canon HJ40x10B IASD-V with Lens Support, Servo Controls, Image Stabilizer Switch, Lens Optical Extender, and Case – USED


The Canon HJ40x10B IASD-V is a super telephoto lens that captures superb long distance and panoramic shots and is especially suited for sports, documentaries and challenging location productions.

  • Canon HJ40x10B IASD-V
  • Lens Support (SUP-300)
  • Servo Controls (ZSD-300D, FPD-400D)
  • Image Stabilizer Switch (SBJ-IS2)
  • Lens Optical Extender (SBJIS1(DP))
  • Case
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  • Focal length 10~400mm (800mm with extender)
  • 40 x zoom and 2.8M MOD (10mm with Macro)
  • Built-in Image Stabilizer
  • Internal focus – minimizes chromatic aberrations
  • Long Focal Length of 10-400mm/14-560mm
    • f=10mm at the widest angle
    • f=400mm at the narrowest angle
  • (20-8000mm/28-1120mm With Built-in 2x Extender)
  • High and Flat MTF
    • Realization of high contrast in all areas of the picture (Center~Corner). 

Shuttle Shot

By memorizing any two focal lengths, the Digital Drive can automatically “shuttle” between the two points, moving in either direction.

Framing Preset

An angle of view can be preset in either of two memories and the lens will zoom to that position by pushing a simple button. During a performance, framing preset will reproduce the zoom position decided upon at the rehearsal. It’s easy to repeat the same zoom as often as you like at the highest speed or in a preset zoom speed.

Speed Preset

A specific zoom speed can be preset in memory and it is possible to repeat the zoom speed as often as you like by pushing a simple button.

Super telephoto EFP lens

The HJ40x10B represents the pinnacle of Canon portable high definition EFP lens design. Image capture over long distances with extender can achieve 800mm and its focal length of 10mm~400 provides a wide angle that makes it very suitable for sports applications such as golf. The HJ40x10B represents the very best in optical and mechanical design and its unique optical image stabilization systems make possible the capture of rock steady high definition imagery under the most adverse of field conditions. Aerial shooting, sports and entertainment coverage, portable acquisition in arduous terrain and under dynamic environmental situations (heavy winds) – are all superbly supported by this stalwart HD lens.

The design optimization strategies included a dual lens approach to broaden the shooting options, achievement of an adequate sensitivity, maximization of image contrast, and preservation of the highest MTF over the long focal ranges.

Optical Technologies

  • Power Optics – combination of specialized materials, contemporary optical design, and multilayer coatings that produce the superb imagery
  • Internal Focus – a Canon design innovation that uses a floating optical system to better control chromatic aberrations

Digital Technologies

New third-generation enhanced digital servo systems using Canon-developed 16-bit optical rotary encoder devices introduce new creativity to handheld acquisition systems. Enhanced Digital Drive technology – encompasses a microcomputer driven servo control that embodies position memory and user-defined digital functionality to significantly empower the camera operator. A 16-bit rotary encoder for aperture control reports to the associated camera Iris control system (10-bit compatibility).

Mechanical Technologies

Magnesium alloy body for light weight and exceptional durability

Ecological Design

All contemporary Canon lenses avoid the use of materials and substances potentially harmful to the environment. Lead has been removed from all optics and other identified substances from all components comprising the composite lens system.

It is Canon’s policy not to pollute the earth and the HJ40x series have avoided using any materials or substances that could pollute the environment.

Optical Shift Image Stabilizer (Shift-IS)

When the lens moves, the light rays from the subject are bent relative to the optical axis,
resulting in an unsteady image because the light rays are deflected. By shifting the IS
lens group on a plane perpendicular to the optical axis to counter the degree of image shake, the light rays reaching the image plane can be steadied. Since image shake occurs in both horizontal and vertical directions, two shake detecting sensors for yaw and pitch, detect the angle and speed of movement and send this information to a high-speed 32-bit microcomputer, which converts the information into drive signals for the IS lens group. Then the actuator moves the IS lens group horizontally and vertically thus counteracting the image shake and maintaining the stable picture. The Shift-IS component is located within the lens group and is most effective for lower frequency movements caused by platform vibration or wind effect without increasing the overall size and weight of the master lens. 

Enhanced Optical Technology

Special Optical Elements

Canon has always made an effort to research special optical elements since their beginnings in this industry with the goal of minimizing chromatic aberration. These efforts have included an artificial element, “Fluorite”, with extraordinary dispersion characteristics and the newly developed “Hi-UD” (high index ultra low dispersion) glass. Canon has succeeded in the practical use of special elements along with advanced design techniques like “separate achromatism”. Canon TV zoom lenses carry a “Green Ring” on the focus barrel, a symbol of our high quality. Canon has developed a break through in optical design technology known as the “Power Optical System” whose heart is the “X-Element”. By using the “X-Element” to its maximum power in the specially designed optical layout, higher specifications and quality can be achieved in smaller and lighter lenses. The lenses designed using the “Power Optical System” are known as the “XS-series”.

Aberration Correction for HDTV Lenses

The pixel size is about half in the HDTV system, and therefore the spread of a point image caused by a spherical aberration, coma, etc. should be diminished to about half. Even if the image is slightly out of focus, MTF is greatly influenced. The graph 1 shows how MTF varies when the focus changes. Canon HDxs series lenses employ the HD version of the Power Optical System, which incorporates the X-Element. HDxs greatly contributes to correcting and minimizing these aberrations at the same time, maintaining high MTF throughout the edge of the picture.

Digital Drive Unit

The HJ40x is equipped with a Digital Drive Unit which offers divers unique digital functions. The followings are the basic three preset functions that have become possible with the digital technology. The concept of the Digital Drive is based on “Ease of Operation” which enables you to use the diverse digital functions, precisely, easily and fully.