Standard Prime Lens
Canon RF Mount
F/1.4
67mm
35mm
555g
SKU: GC66-RF3514L

Canon RF 35mm f/1.4L VCM Lens

Canon RF 35mm f/1.4L VCM Lens

Expressive Power in Video and Stills

35mm focal length is close to the natural human angle of vision, allowing the camera to capture the scene as the creator sees it. f/1.4 maximum aperture gives a rich bokeh effect and lets you create videos and images where the subject appears to emerge from the background.

Outstanding Optical Performance

High image quality from the centre to the edges of the frame. Colour aberration is optimally corrected by the two UD lenses, while two GMo aspheric lenses suppress spherical aberration and image distortion.

Iris Ring for Manual Aperture Control

Get the cinema lens experience when shooting movies with an iris ring that offers manual aperture control allowing you to adjust the depth of field. Enjoy a light smooth torque, handy for reducing external noise during movie recording.

Electronic Floating Focus Control

Canon's first RF lens to use a VCM (Voice Coil Motor) in combination with a Nano USM to achieve electronic floating focus control. The high-thrust VCM actuates the heavy focusing lens group, while a compact, energy-saving Nano USM actuates the lightweight floating lens to deliver fast, reliable and quiet autofocus.

Key Features:

35mm Focal Length, Natural Angle of Vision

f/1.4 Aperture for Rich Bokeh Effect

High Image Quality from Centre to Edges

Two UD Lenses for Colour Aberration Correction

Two GMo Aspheric Lenses for Distortion Suppression

VCM and Nano USM for Quiet Autofocus

What's in the Box:

Canon RF 35mm f/1.4L VCM Lens

Standard Prime Lens
Canon RF Mount
F/1.4
67mm
35mm
555g
Regular price $2,599.00
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Product Overview

Canon RF 35mm f/1.4L VCM Lens

Expressive Power in Video and Stills

35mm focal length is close to the natural human angle of vision, allowing the camera to capture the scene as the creator sees it. f/1.4 maximum aperture gives a rich bokeh effect and lets you create videos and images where the subject appears to emerge from the background.

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Key Features

Standard Prime Lens

The Canon RF 35mm f/1.4L VCM Lens is standard prime lens.

Canon RF Mount

The Canon 35mm f/1.4L VCM Lens is compatible with Canon RF Mount.

F/1.4

The Canon RF 35mm VCM Lens has a maximum aperture of F/1.4.

67mm

The Canon RF 35mm VCM Lens has a front filter size of 67mm.

35mm

A 35mm focal length closely mirrors the natural human field of vision, enabling the camera to capture scenes as the creator perceives them.

555g

The Canon RF 35mm VCM Lens weighs only 555 grams.

Canon's First RF Lens with VCM and Nano USM Technology

Canon's first RF lens to use a VCM (Voice Coil Motor) paired with a Nano USM offers electronic floating focus control. The VCM moves the heavy focusing lens group, while the Nano USM handles the lightweight floating lens, ensuring fast, reliable, and quiet autofocus.

Canon's First RF Lens with VCM and Nano USM Technology

Superior Image Quality with Advanced Aberration Correction

Enjoy high image quality from center to edge. Two UD lenses optimally correct colour aberration, while two GMo aspheric lenses suppress spherical aberration and image distortion.

Achieve a Natural Perspective and Stunning Bokeh with a 35mm f/1.4 Lens

Achieve a Natural Perspective and Stunning Bokeh with a 35mm f/1.4 Lens

A 35mm focal length mirrors the human field of vision, capturing scenes as the creator sees them. The f/1.4 aperture provides a rich bokeh effect, making subjects stand out from the background in videos and images.

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