Canon J35x11B4 IASD SX12- USED


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Lens Includes:

  • ZSD-300D
  • FPD-400D
  • SUP-300
  • Case
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he Canon J35ex15B-IASD is a 35x super telephoto 2/3″ lens built to offer high performance in EFP applications. Best suited for documentary and nature videography, the lens is highly durable and can be relied upon under harsh conditions. The unit is equipped with image stabilization technology along with features such as internal focus and shuttle-shot programmable positioning. The focal-length range is 15 to 525mm with a minimum object distance of 2.2 meters (7.2 feet) and comes with a 2x extender for increased telephoto capability.

Improved Image Quality

The lens element design greatly reduces aberrations and image distortions. These advances contribute to more balanced imaging from center to edge throughout the aperture range.

Built-In Image Stabilizer

Getting steady shots can be very difficult when shooting extreme telephoto images with relatively small cameras, often making footage unusable. With this problem in mind, Canon has incorporated a built-in optical stabilizer to help keep telephoto images silky smooth.

Shuttle-Shot Technology

The lens has added capability when zooming, using the shuttle shot switch. At the touch of a button the lens can move to a pre-programmed point, going back and forth. This can be used both creatively while providing a no hassle way of verifying focus.

Integral 2x Extender

For instant close-up shots, the lens has a switch which inserts an element that doubles the focal length at any point in the zoom range. Instead of using the zoom function, the extender gives immediate close-up images.

4:3 Crossover System

Achieving 4:3 aspect ratios from a 16:9 CCD is usually performed by cutting off the sides of the imager, effectively making the minimum focal length more telephoto. Canon’s 4:3 crossover technology preserves the same picture by shortening the original focal length. Shots in standard 4:3 hold the same image angles as if shot in 16:9.