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Nomenclature of Canon Broadcast Lenses
Canon High Resolution Lenses
Zoom
Ratio
PL Mount Lenses
• Advanced Optical Platform
• 4K and 2K and HD
HD Lens
Category
For Large-Format
Single-Sensor Cine and
Motion Picture Film Cameras
Image Format Size
2/3-inch 1/2-inch 1/3-inch
Image
Size
1inch
Highest Optical Performance
Possible With Contemporary
Optical Technologies
2/3 inch
1/2 inch
1/3 inch
• Most Advanced Optical
Technologies
• Rugged Magnesium
Optomechanics
• With 2x Extender
• Precision Digital Servos for
Zoom, Iris, and Focus
22e X 7.6 B
*(4)
Focal Length
at Wide-End
Studio/
Field
HV
UV
XJ
UJ
—
—
I
R S E
Iris Servo Control
Built-In
Extender *(2)
H.D.T.V.
S.D.T.V.
Portable
Type
HV
FV
HJ EJ
FJ KJ
KH
KT
*(2) Built-in Extender
IE… Built-in Extender for
Studio/Field Lenses
I… Built-in Extender for
Portable Lenses
K… No Extender for
Portable Lenses
V… Built-In 0.8x Crossover Unit
W… Built-In 0.8x Crossover Unit
and 2.0 Extender
Studio/
Field
PV
J
PJ
PH
—
Portable Type Portable Type
(ENG/EFP) (Pro-Video)
PV
—
J
YJ
H
—
YH
—
*(3) Zoom/Focus Control
R… Zoom:Servo
Focus:Manual
(Standard ENG Drive Unit)
T… Zoom:Servo
Focus:Servo
(Remote-Control/Videoconference lens.)
A… Zoom:Servo
Focus:Servo/Manual
(ENG Drive Unit with Built-In Focus
Servo Motor.)
*(4) Enhanced digital features for Portable lenses.(Please see page 15.)
*(5) D…Digital features for portable lenses. (Please see page 15.)
*(5) E…Latest Enhanced digital features for portable lenses. (Please see page 15.)
• Production Platform 2
Lowest Cost Possible With
Credible HD Performance
• Cost-Effective Optics
• Rugged Magnesium
Optomechanics
• With 2x Extender
• Precision Digital Servos for
Zoom, Iris, and Focus
• Production Platform 3
Significant Cost Reduction
2
Image
Size *(1)
*(1)
• Production Platform 1
• Cost-Effective Optics
• Lower-cost Optomechanics
(Aluminum and Plastic)
• Analog Servos for Zoom,
Iris, and Focus
KJ
Zoom/Focus Digital
Control *(3) Drive *(5)
Optical
Adjustment
KRS/KTS
KRS
KAS
KRS/KTS
Canon High Resolution Lenses ..............................................2
PL Mount Lenses Explanation ................................................4
Canon Embraces 3D High Definition........................................5
BU-46H HD Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera System ..............................6
BU-51H HD Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera System ..............................7
DIGISUPER 22xs “Compact” Studio Lens ................................8
DIGISUPER 27AF and 27 Explanation ......................................9
HJ14ex4.3B IRSE/IASE Explanation ......................................10
HJ15ex8.5B KRSE-V Explanation..........................................11
HJ18ex28B IASE A Explanation ............................................12
HDgc Explanation ................................................................13
Wireless Lens Control System ..............................................14
Canon eDrive ......................................................................15
PL Mount Series ..................................................................16
Production Platform 1 - HDTV Lenses ..............................17-24
Production Platform 2 - HDTV Lenses ..............................25-27
Production Platform 3 - HDTV Lenses ..............................27-29
HDTV/SDTV Optical Accessories ......................................30-31
Zoom and Focus Accessories ..........................................32-35
Remote Control Systems ................................................36-38
Optical Shift Image Stabilizer Explanation ..............................39
Pro-Video Lenses ................................................................40
Canobeam DT-150 HD ........................................................41
Broadcast and Communications Sales Consultants ..........42-43
PL Mount Lenses
A Revolution in Digital Cinematography
Canon is proud
to debut two
advanced-design
4K PL-Mount
lenses specifically
developed to
support high-end
digital motion
imaging. These precision
matched lenses ensure the very highest
performance in contemporary 2K and HD digital 35mm
motion imaging, while definitively future proofing the transition to
4K production.
In seeking the highest 4K image performance, the new lens design
platform had to simultaneously optimize those parameters that
enhance the imaging attributes, while also minimizing the various
optical aberrations and distortions that might degrade the image.
New optical materials, new optical coatings, and new design
techniques were all mobilized to develop an important advance in
overall optical performance. Highly advanced computer simulation,
that could cope with the hundreds of thousands of design variables,
allowed an unprecedented degree of optimization of all contributing
imaging parameters. This sophisticated new optical platform ensured
the closest performance matching between the two lenses, minimized
alterations to that performance with changes in scene object
distances, and physically produced more compact and lightweight
products than contemporary PL mount lenses. In addition, a totally
new focus system design has virtually eliminated focus breathing.
Feature Film Origination
In the wide lens, the T2.6 maximum aperture stays totally constant
over the entire focal range, and combined with the virtual absence of
focus breathing, will be a boon to cinematographers.
Canon Embraces
3D High Definition
Anticipating the boom in popularity of 3D, Canon has been actively
engaged with HD camera manufacturers, 3D rig specialists, and
enterprising content creators presently exploring 3D program origination
in moviemaking, as well as television coverage of sports, concerts, and
special events. Recognizing the importance of 3D program origination,
Canon gave priority to adoption of most of the standard HD lens series
for 3D production systems.
3D Lens Solutions
A pioneer in the development of precision Digital Drive Units for its
portable lenses, Canon's 3D control systems for lens-camera pairs
capitalize on the ability to synchronize the servo control systems within
the pair, and to then use the associated menu system to enter correction
data that ensures precision tracking for their respective zoom, iris, and
focus operations. A simple 20pin - 20pin 3D bridge cable interconnects
the stereoscopic lens pair, and special 3D software loaded into the two
Digital drive Units performs the requisite synchronization. A single
Zoom controller connected to one lens will then simultaneously control
the zoom action of both lenses. Similarly, a single Focus controller
connected to the other lens will simultaneously control the focus
operation of both lenses. The 3D software can be installed into most
standard Canon lenses at Canon service centers.
3D Lens Controllers
A special attraction of Canon's synchronous lens control system is the
use of standard rather than specialized controllers. When the 3D
software is installed in the lens drive units, all standard servo controllers
for zoom and focus will be fully compatible with Canon's stereoscopic
lens-pair, thus facilitating a significant cost-saving when deploying
standard lenses for 3D acquisition systems.
System Configuration
The superb contrast and overall picture sharpness will maximize
the video creation capabilities of the current top-of-the-line digital
single-sensor cameras. The telephoto lens will complement the
wide in larger studios while also creating a flexible range of outdoor
shots with exceptional imagery.
Television Drama and Television Commercial Production
The focal ranges offered by the combination of these two lenses will
flexibly address most of the needs of contemporary high-end
television production. Television drama, music videos, and television
commercial production - all will achieve enhancements to their storytelling as a consequence of short depth of field, high sensitivity,
superb contrast ratio, and excellent picture sharpness.
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*1 BDC-10 conversion cable is necessary to connect between ZDJ-D02 or FDJ-D02 (18pin) and Digital Drive Lens (20pin).
*2 BDC-20 conversion cable is necessary to connect between ZDJ-P01 or FDJ-P01 (12pin) and Digital Drive Lens (20pin).
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BU-46H
BU-51H
Outdoor HD Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera System
Indoor HD Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera System
The Canon BU-46H outdoor remotecontrol HD PTZ camera features a
weatherproof housing that meets the
IP-45 specifications for dust- and
waterproof-efficiency. The camera
also features a remote-control ND
(neutral density) filter; its housing
includes a “windshield-wiper” type
blade to keep its lens port clear. The
BU-46H can pan through ± 340 degrees
and tilt + 30 degrees ~ -50 degrees in
highly precise and smoothly
choreographed movements specifically designed to address multiple
applications. The BU-46H is designed for exterior POV applications
such as sports stadiums, horse-racing tracks, broadcast television
“skycams,” and many others.
Canon's BU-51H indoor remotecontrol HD PTZ camera features
a built-in microphone with
adjustable settings. Designed
for environments where quiet
operation is essential including recital halls,
lecture rooms, and
auditoriums - the BU-51H
features a maximum noise
level of NC30. The BU-51H is also
equipped with pan-tilt-zoom focus
position information output for integration
with virtual-studio systems and other
specialized applications.
Ideal For:
Ideal For:
• Outdoor Event Broadcast
• House of Worship
• Weather POV
• Education
• Traffic POV
• Indoor Event/IMAG
• Tourism Promotion
• Newsroom/Studio
Common Features of the Canon BU-46H and BU-51H Remote-Control HD PTZ Cameras
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High Quality HDTV/SDTV Video Images
High Optical Performance and Image Stabilization
The BU-46H and BU-51H employ a 1/3 inch 3-CCD Canon HD camera
with 1,670,000 pixels per CCD. Both offer exceptional video quality for
broadcasting, event coverage, and high quality surveillance, among
other uses.
The 3-CCD HD camera in the Canon BU-46H and BU-51H combines
a 20X Optical Zoom HD lens (4.5- 90mm, 9-180mm with 2X Digital
Extender) with Auto Focus and Image Stabilization, providing
exceptional HD video images with enhanced operational flexibilities.
Non-Proprietary Protocol
Night Mode
Because the control protocol for these HD PTZ cameras is nonproprietary and open to the public, a user or system integrator can
provide their own control system or contract with a third-party provider.
The BU-46H and BU-51H also feature “Night Mode.” The shutter
speed is slowed down to a minimum of 1/4 (60i, 30F) or 1/3 (50i, 25F,
24F), allowing frame accumulation that elevates camera sensitivity.
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DIGISUPER 22xs
HD Compact Studio Lens
About 1/3 the Weight of Standard Studio Lenses.
Responding to increasing use of portable HD
cameras in studios, Canon invented the
entirely new product category of the HD
Compact Studio Lens with the introduction of
the DIGISUPER 22xs (model XJ22x7.3B IE-D).
Scaled for Portable HD Cameras
The perfect complement to portable HD
cameras configured for studio use, the
DIGISUPER 22xs is engineered to be compact
and lightweight.
Superb HD Optical Performance
The DIGISUPER 22xs offers higher contrast
and resolution compared with portable HD
lenses, but at the same time reduces Focus
Breathing to a zero level.
Studio Operation
By adopting an “Encoder Servo System,” the
maximum servo speed has been improved to
Zoom: 0.5 sec., Focus: 1.5 sec. Also, the
DIGISUPER 22xs HD Compact Studio Lens'
new encoder system enables it to be easily
integrated into virtual studio applications.
Status at a Glance
The DIGISUPER 22xs is equipped with an informational display, which
enables the easy and precise use of diverse digital functions.
Controllability
The DIGISUPER 22xs can be used with Canon's current Studio/Field lens
controllers as well as those for Canon ENG lenses. The DIGISUPER 22xs
HD Compact Studio Lens also offers compatibility with our new digital
demands by use of a conversion cable.
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DIGISUPER 27AF and
DIGISUPER 27 Auto-Focus Option
The DIGISUPER 27
and DIGISUPER 27AF
HD studio lenses (models
XJ27x6.5B and XJ27x6.5B AF,
respectively) deliver unprecedented performance for HD studio
production applications. Both provide the widest angle of any lenses
available, a focal length (zoom ratio) of 6.5mm to 180mm, and newly
developed multi-layer optical coatings that dramatically reduce
ghosting and flaring. Both also offer Canon's optional BWA-271 0.9x
Wide Attachment, the industry's first wide-angle attachment for an HD
studio lens. This “zoom-through” Wide Attachment enables users to
begin with a wide shot and go telephoto without compromising light
transmission. This feature alters the range of the zoom on wide
settings by ten percent toward the wide side, making a new zoom
range of 5.85mm to 162mm.
Other innovations in the DIGISUPER 27 and DIGISUPER 27AF HD
studio lenses include a servo-zoom speed of 0.5 seconds and a
new optional remote-controllable macro-focus feature that allows
the camera operator to perform macro focusing from the pan bar
(a helpful tool for focusing on jewelry and other small objects).
Auto Focus Optimized for the HD Studio
The DIGISUPER 27AF HD studio lens delivers the benefits of
Canon’s Auto Focus technology to the HD studio environment.
Utilizing sophisticated Auto Focus capabilities based on a
proprietary HD implementation of Through-the-Lens Secondary
Image Registration Phase Detection Method technology, the
DIGISUPER 27AF HD lens is optimized for studio use. The
tremendous picture detail contained in HDTV makes anything in
less-than-perfect focus immediately obvious. The DIGISUPER 27AF
HD studio lens assists camera operators in ensuring that sharpest
focus on a chosen scene subject is achieved each and every time.
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HJ14EX4.3B IRSE/IASE
Wide Angle HD Lens
After nearly a decade of advances in its world-renowned
optical R&D - and ongoing dialogue with hands-on users
worldwide - Canon has introduced the evolutionary next-step in high
definition imaging: the HJ14ex4.3B IRSE/IASE wide-angle portable
HDTV lens. Totally new and unique in its design, the HJ14 is the
product of Canon's very latest optical design tools, newly developed
glass elements, and highly advanced optical coatings. In addition,
the HJ14's newly developed Digital Drive unit provides improved
operability and ergonomic advances for user comfort and convenient
control of lens functions.
Wide, Advanced Optical Performance
Canon's HJ14 wide-angle portable HDTV lens features a minimum
focal length of 4.3mm and an angular field of view of 96.3° at the
wide end of the 16:9 HDTV aspect ratio. This optical performance is
combined with a 14x zoom range reaching to 60mm (120mm with
extender), which greatly expands creative options for the
acquisition of crystal-clear, and virtually distortion-free HDTV
video images.
Improved Operability, Digital Drive, and Lighter Weight
Employing free-form curves based on the shape of human hands,
Canon mechanically redesigned its new Digital Drive unit to be
more ergonomically friendly, making it narrower and shorter, and
opening more space for manual focusing. It also features newly
developed coatings and a new rubber grip support for a better
tactile interface. The overall result is the enhancement of user
interface and the reduction of stress and fatigue, especially
during prolonged shooting. The HJ14ex4.3B also employs a
smaller hood, which helps the camera operator view more of the
actual scene.
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HJ15EX8.5B KRSE-V
Image Stabilized EFP HDTV Lens
Canon's HJ15ex8.5B
is the world's first
HDTV portable 2/3inch zoom lens with
a built-in Optical
Image Stabilizer.
Designed to maintain
stable images even when
the lens-camera is subject to jolts
and vibrations, the HJ15ex8.5B KRSE-V uses Canon's patented
Vari-Angle Prism image-stabilizer (VAP-IS) technology. Its high degree
of compensation is sustained all the way from telephoto to wide-angle
settings. This is of particular importance considering the extreme
image detail associated with HD acquisition. This unique technology
greatly extends flexibilities in EFP shooting on location - all within a
compact high-performance lens to weigh in at only 4.4 lbs.
Canon's Vari-Angle Prism technology entails a novel optical group
made up of two flat glass elements and a sealed bellows containing
a high refractive index liquid, selectively placed within the lens overall
optical system. Physical perturbations to the lens, in the form of jolts
or vibrations, flex the bellows proportional to the amplitude of these
disturbances. The associated distortion of the liquid instantaneously
alters the direction of the transmitted light rays in a manner designed
to counter the incoming light ray displacements created by these
disturbances. The system has been optimized to introduce a highdegree of real-time compensation for image instabilities arising from
all forms of lens-camera operational unsteadiness.
The HJ15ex8.5 B KRSE-V is ideally suited for diverse challenging
outdoor shooting situations because it can stabilize a broad range
of vibration frequencies. Examples range from the low-frequency
vibrations encountered on a camera operator's shoulder in a crowd
situation, to tripod-mounted operation on shaky platforms, to the
higher-frequency vibration that cameras are subject to when
operated on vehicles, motorbikes, boats, or helicopters. Four
selectable stabilization modes are available to facilitate optimization
of the degree of correction under diverse, and sometimes unique,
shooting conditions.
The effectiveness of the image stabilization system was highlighted
in the coverage by a major European production company of the
Tour de France, whose camera operator was shooting hand-held from
a motorbike pillion, and consistently delivered rock-steady close-ups
of the cyclists even on very uneven roads.
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HJ18EX28B IASE A
Super Telephoto Portable Lens
HDgc Lenses Support The Expanding
2/3”, 1/2” and 1/3”
HD Acquisition Applications
KJ20x8.2B IRSD
KH21ex5.7 IRSE A
The HJ18ex28B IASE A Super Telephoto HDxs portable HD
lens provides an unprecedented focal-length range of 28mm
to 500mm (1000mm with built-in 2X extender), weighs less
than six pounds (less than half the weight of comparable
lenses), and requires no supporter for maximum mobility.
Ideal for sports, stabilized helicopter mounts, documentaries,
special events, or live reality programming, this compact,
lightweight Super Telephoto HD lens enables broadcasters
and other content producers to capture those “really longdistance” shots with ease.
In addition to the standard version, a special remote
controllable version of this lens is also available:
the HJ18ex28B ITS-RE/ME lens. In place of its standard
ENG drive unit, a Remote Control drive unit is attached to
the lens, making it highly effective for POV (point of view)
type camera operations, robotic cameras, and any
application requiring remote control over zoom, focus, and
iris. The lens is available in two versions; the “ME” version,
with a built-in manual 2X extender; and the “RE” version,
with a servo-controlled extender.
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KT17ex4.3B IRSE
Canon engineered its HDgc line of cost-effecive HD zoom lenses to
support the new generation of economical portable HD camcorders
and HD POV cameras from all of the major professional camera
manufacturers. Whether a camera uses a 2/3, 1/2, or 1/3-inch imager,
there's a Canon HDgc portable lens that's just right for it. Canon's
HDgc lens line offers a dozen models, some including Canon's
exclusive eDrive feature enabling users to automate control of iris,
zoom, focus, and position memory settings.
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Wireless Lens Control System
Canon offers a new wireless control system as an alternative to the
cumbersome control cabling that is often required between the lens
controllers and the lens-camera system. This consists of a Transmitter
Box (WB-10T) that is connected to the lens controllers, and a Receiver
Box (WB-10R) that is mounted close to the lens. These two boxes can
be separated by up to ten meters, and the wireless connection between
them provides precisely the same degree and quality of controllability
as afforded by the cabling system they replace.
Canon eDrive: Enhancing Digital
Servo Control of Zoom Lenses
Sharp, Bright Electro-Luminescent
User Interface
Application Examples
Simple transfer between shoulder-mount shooting and tripod use
Remote control within restricted areas
Easy construction of control system in difficult locations
Simplifies control of lens-cameras on jib-arm or crane
System Configuration
Along with
continually
innovating optical
performance,
Canon strives to
enhance the
production experience,
as evidenced with our
latest digital drive unit. Refined by long-term market research
and worldwide experience, Canon mobilized the latest in 3D
CAD-CAM design to significantly improve the human tactile
interface to the control of zoom, iris, and focus. As a result,
the digital drive unit features:
Optimized Ergonomic Design
The size and curvature size have been optimized to more
comfortably fit in the palm of the operator's hand. Newly
developed coatings improve the tactile interface between
the user and the drive unit together with the new Rubber
Grip Support.
Reduced Physical Stress
By reducing the width of the drive unit, the palm of the camera
operator's hand is positioned closer to the optical axis, thus
reducing the degree of arm bend which in turn lessens physical
stress during prolonged shooting.
Improved Ease of Operation
*1 DC power supply for the WB-10T to be prepared by User. Size AA battery (x2pcs) is also available.
*2 The Clamper and the Belt for the attachment are included as a standard component in the WB-10R.
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The spacing between the focus ring and drive unit has been
changed to avoid accidental interference with the drive unit
while manipulating the focus control.
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PL Mount Cine Zoom Lenses
Production Platform 1*
2/3-inch Cine Zoom Lenses
Variable Focal Length Lenses
Canon is proud to debut two advanced-design 4K PL-Mount lenses
specifically developed to support high-end digital motion imaging.
These precision matched lenses inherently ensure the very highest
performance in contemporary 2K and HD digital 35mm motion imaging,
while definitively future proofing the transition to 4K production.
FK14.5-60
Lens
Range of Focal Length
Zoom Ratio
Maximum Relative Aperture
Angular Field of View for
16:9 format
M.O.D. (from image sensor)
Focus Rotation Angle
Zoom Rotation Angle
Iris Blade
Front Diameter
Weight (approx.)
FK14.5-60
14.5-60mm
4.1x
T2.6 at 14.5-60mm
79.2°x 49.9° (wide)
22.6°x 12.8° (tele)
0.70m/2'4''
300°
160°
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ø136.0
9.9lbs (4.5kg)
Canon offers a family of two variable focal length lenses:
• 4.7 – 52mm T2.1 • 7.5 – 158mm T2.1
Their high performance is a coordinated optimization of MTF,
image brightness, and contrast across the image plane that
collectively contributes to outstanding picture sharpness. These
lenses include dual large luminous scales for zoom, iris, and
focus and a generous 270-degree rotation of the focus control.
HJ11x4.7B KLL-SC
Lens
Range of Focal Length
T-Stop
T-Stop Range
Angular Field of View
16:9
M.O.D.
Size (W x L)
Weight (approx.)
Focus Rotation Angle
HJ11x4.7B KLL-SC
4.7mm - 52mm
T2.1
T2.1 - 16
91.2° x 59.8° at 4.7mm
10.5° x 5.9° at 52mm
1’11”
ø95 x 242mm
4.4lbs (2.0kg)
270°
FK30-300
Lens
Range of Focal Length
Zoom Ratio
Maximum Relative Aperture
FK30-300
30-300mm
10x
T2.95 at 30-240mm
T3.7 at 300mm
Angular Field of View for
43.6°x 25.4° (wide)
16:9 format
4.6°x 2.6° (tele)
M.O.D. (from image sensor) 1.5m/5'
Focus Rotation Angle
300°
160°
Zoom Rotation Angle
Iris Blade
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Front Diameter
ø136.0
Weight (approx.)
12.8lbs (5.8kg)
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HJ21x7.5B KLL-SC
Lens
Range of Focal Length
T-Stop
T-Stop Range
Angular Field of view
16:9
M.O.D.
Size (W x L)
Weight (approx.)
Focus Rotation Angle
HJ21x7.5B KLL-SC
7.5mm - 158mm
T2.1
T2.1 - 16
65.2° x 39.6° at 7.5mm
3.5° x 2.0° at 158mm
3’10”
ø130 x 260mm
5.94lbs (2.7kg)
270°
* please refer to Production Platform chart on page 2
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2/3” ENG/EFP Zoom Lenses
SUPER TELE
WIDE
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
HJ14ex4.3B IRSE/IASE
14X
4.3-60mm
(8.6-120mm)
1:1.8 at 4.3-40mm
1:2.7 at 60mm
(1:3.6 at 8.6-80mm)
(1:5.4 at 120mm)
96.3° x 64.2° at 4.3mm
9.1° x 5.2° at 60mm
(58.3° x 34.9° at 8.6mm)
(4.6° x 2.6° at 120mm)
0.30m (10mm w/Macro)
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
163.5 x 110.8 x 247.8mm
4.387lbs (1.99kg)
2.0X
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
Maximum Relative
Aperture
Angular Field
of View 16:9
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
HJ15ex8.5B KRSE-V
15X
8.5-128mm
1:2.5 at 8.5-68mm
1:4.7 at 128mm
58.9° x 35.2° at 8.5mm
4.3° x 2.4° at 128mm
0.8m (10mm w/ Macro)
170.2 x 119.1 x 239.1mm
4.37lbs (1.99kg)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
HJ17ex7.6B IRSE A/IASE A
17x
7.6-130mm
(15.2-260mm)
1:1.8 at 7.6 - 97.5mm
1:2.4 at 130mm
(1:3.6 at 15.2 - 195mm)
(1:4.8 at 260mm)
64.6° x 39.1° at 7.6mm
4.2° x 2.4° at 130mm
(35.1° x 20.1° at 15.2mm)
(2.1° x 1.2° at 260mm)
0.56m (10mm w/Macro)
159.3 x 106.6 x 206.4mm
3.53lbs (1.6kg)
2.0x
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
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Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
HJ18ex28B IASE A
18x
28-500mm
(56-1000mm)
1:2.8 at 28-286mm
1:4.9 at 500mm
(1:5.6 at 56-572mm)
(1:9.8 at 1000mm)
19.6° x 11.1° at 28mm
1.1° x 0.6° at 500mm
(9.9° x 5.6° at 56mm)
(0.6° x 0.3° at 1000mm)
2.2m (10mm w/Macro)
176.2x123.6x268.3mm
5.65lbs (2.563kg)
2.0x
HJ21ex7.5B IASE A
21X
7.5-158mm
(15-316mm)
1:1.9 at 7.5-116mm
1:2.6 at 158mm
(1:3.8 at 15-232mm)
(1:5.2 at 316mm)
65.2° x 39.6° at 7.5mm
3.5° x 2.0° at 158mm
(35.5° x 20.4° at 15mm)
(1.7° x 1.0° at 316mm)
0.85m (10mm w/Macro)
175.2 x 122.5 x 260.1mm
5.94lbs (2.69kg)
2.0X
HJ22ex7.6B IRSE A/IASE A
22x
7.6-168mm
(15.2-336mm)
1:1.8 at 7.6-114.1mm
1: 2.65 at 168mm
(1:3.6 at 15.2-228.2mm)
(1:5.3 at 336mm)
64.6° x 39.1° at 7.6mm
3.27° x 1.84° at 168mm
(35.1° x 20.1° at 15.2mm)
(1.64° x 0.92° at 336mm)
0.85m (10mm w/Macro)
164.7 x 112.1 x 221.5mm
4.0lbs (1.81kg)
2.0X
19
HDTV Field Lenses
DIGISUPER 100AF
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
HJ40x10B IASD-V
40X
10-400mm
(20-800mm)
1:2.0 at 10-220mm
1:3.65 at 400mm
(1:4.0 at 20-440mm)
(1:7.3 at 800mm)
51.3° x 30.2° at 10mm
1.4° x 0.8° at 400mm
(27.0° x 15.4° at 20mm)
(0.7° x 0.4° at 800mm)
2.8m (10mm w/Macro)
174.1 x 133 x 335.4mm
11.90lbs (5.40kg)
2.0X
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
XJ100x9.3B AF
100x
9.3-930mm
(18.6-1860mm)
1:1.7 at 9.3-296mm
1:4.7 at 930mm
(1:3.4 at 18.6-592mm)
(1:9.4 at 1860mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
54.6° x 32.4° at 9.3mm
0.59° x 0.33° at 930mm
(with Extender)
(28.9° x 16.5° at 18.6mm)
(0.30° x 0.17° at 1860mm)
3.0m
250.6 x 255.5 x 661.5mm
59.1lbs (26.8kg)
2.0X
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
DIGISUPER 86AF
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
HJ40x14B IASD-V TELE
40X
14-560mm
(28-1120mm)
1:2.8 at 14-307mm
1:5.1 at 560mm
(1:5.6 at 28-614mm)
(1:10.2 at 1120mm)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
XJ86x9.3B AF
86x
9.3-800mm
(18.6-1600mm)
1:1.7 at 9.3-340mm
1:4.0 at 800mm
(1:3.4 at 18.6-680mm)
(1:8.0 at 1600mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
37.8° x 21.8° at 14mm
1.0° x 0.6° at 560mm
Angular Field
of View 16:9
54.6° x 32.4° at 9.3mm
0.69° x 0.39° at 800mm
(with Extender)
(19.4° x 11.0° at 28mm)
(0.5° x 0.3° at 1120mm)
2.8m (10mm w/Macro)
174.1 x 133 x 355.5mm
12.0lbs (5.45kg)
2.0X
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
(28.9° x 16.5° at 18.6mm)
(0.34° x 0.19° at 1600mm)
3.0m
250.6 x 255.5 x 661.5mm
59.1lbs (26.8kg)
2.0X
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
20
21
DIGISUPER 72xs
DIGISUPER 100xs
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
XJ72x9.3B IE-D
72x
9.3—675mm
(18.6—1350mm)
1:1.7 at 9.3-333mm
1:3.45 at 675mm
(1:3.4 at 18.6-666mm)
(1:6.9 at 1350mm)
54.6° x 32.4° at 9.3mm
0.59° x 0.33° at 930mm
Angular Field
of View 16:9
54.6º x 32.4º at 9.3mm
0.81º x 0.46º at 675mm
(28.9° x 16.5° at 18.6mm)
(0.30° x 0.17° at 1860mm)
3.0m
250.6 x 255.5 x 591.5mm
51.8lbs (23.5kg)
2.0X
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
(28.9º x 16.5º at 18.6mm)
(0.41º x 0.23º at 1350mm)
2.8m
250.6 x 255.5 x 591.5mm
48.1lbs (21.8kg )
2.0x
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
XJ100x9.3B IE-D
100x
9.3-930mm
(18.6-1860mm)
1:1.7 at 9.3-296mm
1:4.7 at 930mm
(1:3.4 at 18.6-592mm)
(1:9.4 at 1860mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
DIGISUPER 86 II
TELExs
DIGISUPER 86 IIxs
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
DIGISUPER 60xs
XJ86x13.5B IE II-D TELE
86x
13.5-1161mm
(27-2322mm)
1:2.4 at 13.5-480mm
1:5.8 at 1161mm
(1:4.8 at 27-960mm)
(1:11.6 at 2322mm)
39.1° x 22.6° at 13.5mm
0.47° x 0.27° at 1161mm
(20.2° x 11.4° at 27mm)
(0.24° x 0.13° at 2322mm)
3.0m
250.6 x 255.5 x 618.4mm
53.6lbs (24.3kg)
2.0X
XJ86x9.3B IE II-D
86x
9.3-800mm
(18.6-1600mm)
1:1.7 at 9.3-340mm
1:4.0 at 800mm
(1:3.4 at 18.6-680mm)
(1:8.0 at 1600mm)
54.6° x 32.4° at 9.3mm
0.69° x 0.39° at 800mm
(28.9° x 16.5°) at 18.6mm
(0.34° x 0.19°) at 1600mm
3.0m
250.6 x 255.5 x 591.5mm
51.8lbs (23.5kg)
2.0X
DIGISUPER 75xs
XJ75x9.3B IE-D
75x
9.3-700mm
(18.6-1400mm)
1:1.7 at 9.3-331mm
1:3.6 at 700mm
(1:3.4 at 18.6-662mm)
(1:7.2 at 1400mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
54.6° x 32.4° at 9.3mm
0.79° x 0.44° at 700mm
(with Extender)
(28.9° x 16.5° at 18.6mm)
(0.39° x 0.22° at 1400mm)
2.8m
250.6 x 255.5 x 591.5mm
48.5lbs (22.0kg)
2.0X
• Please see page 39 for explanation of Shift-IS image stabilizer.
22
XJ60x9B IE-D
60x
9-540mm
(18-1080mm)
1:1.7 at 9 - 306mm
1:3.0 at 540mm
(1:3.4 at 18 - 612mm)
(1:6.0 at 1080mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
56.1° x 33.4° at 9mm
1.02° x 0.57° at 540mm
(with Extender)
(29.9° x 17.1° at 18mm)
(0.51° x 0.29° at 1080mm)
2.8m
250.6 x 255.5 x 547.8mm
43.8lbs (19.9kg)
2.0x
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
HDTV Studio Lenses
DIGISUPER 27AF
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
XJ27x6.5B AF
27X
6.5-180mm
(13-360mm)
1:1.5 at 6.5-123mm
1:2.2 at 180mm
(1:3.0 at 13-246mm)
(1:4.4 at 360mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
72.9° x 45.1° at 6.5mm
3.1° x 1.7° at 180mm
(with Extender)
(40.5° x 23.5° at 13mm)
(1.5° x 0.9° at 360mm)
0.6m (10mm w/Macro)
250.6 x 255 x 567mm
51.4lbs (23.3kg)
2.0X
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
23
Production Platform 2*
HDgc 2/3” ENG/EFP Zoom Lenses
DIGISUPER 27
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
XJ27x6.5B
27X
6.5-180mm
(13-360mm)
1:1.5 at 6.5-123mm
1:2.2 at 180mm
(1:3.0 at 13-246mm)
(1:4.4 at 360mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
72.9° x 45.1° at 6.5mm
3.1° x 1.7° at 180mm
(with Extender)
(40.5° x 23.5° at 13mm)
(1.5° x 0.9° at 360mm)
0.6m ( 10mm w/Macro)
250.6 x 255.5 x 550mm
48.3lbs (21.9kg)
2.0X
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
XJ23x7B IE-D
23X
7-161mm
(14-322mm)
1:1.6 at 7-132mm
1:1.95 at 161mm
(1:3.2 at 14-223mm)
(1:3.9 at 322mm)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
68.8° x 42.1° at 7mm
3.4° x 1.9° at 161mm
(with Extender)
(37.8° x 21.8° at 14mm)
(1.7° x 1.0° at 322mm)
0.6m ( 10mm w/Macro)
250.6 x 255.5 x 525mm
42.5lbs (19.5kg)
2.0X
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
KJ22ex7.6B IRSE/IASE
22x
7.6-168mm
(15.2-336mm)
1:1.8 at 7.6-116.3mm
1:2.6 at 168mm
(1:3.6 at 15.2-232.6mm)
(1:5.2 at 336mm)
64.6º x 39.1º at 7.6mm
3.3º x 1.8º at 168mm
(35.1º x 20.1º at 15.2mm)
(1.6º x 0.9º at 336mm)
0.8m ( 10mm w/Macro)
164.7 x 112.1 x 218.6mm
4.0lbs(1.82kg )/4.19lbs(1.90kg)
2.0X
DIGISUPER 23xs
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
“COMPACT”
DIGISUPER 22xs
WIDE
*
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
XJ22x7.3B IE-D
22X
7.3-161mm
(14.6-322mm)
1:1.8 at 7.3-111.5mm
1:2.6 at 161mm
(1:3.6 at 14.6-223mm)
(1:5.2 at 322mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
66.7° x 40.6° at 7.3mm
3.4° x 1.9° at 161mm
(with Extender)
(36.4° x 21.0° at 14.6mm)
(1.7° x 1.0° at 322mm)
0.8m ( 10mm w/Macro)
165 x 175 x 336mm
13.4lbs (6.1kg)
2.0X
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
24
KJ17ex7.7B IRSE/IASE
17x
7.7 - 131mm
(15.4 -262mm)
1:1.8 at 7.7 - 102.5mm
1:2.3 at 131mm
(1:3.6 at 15.4 - 205.0mm)
(1:4.6 at 262mm)
63.9°x 38.6° at 7.7mm
4.20°x 2.36° at 131mm
(34.6°x 19.9° at 15.4mm)
(2.10°x 1.18° at 262mm)
0.6m ( 10mm w/Macro)
159.3 x 106.6 x 197.8 mm
3.26lbs(1.48kg)/3.44lbs(1.56kg)
2.0X
*Compact Studio Lens For Portable Cameras.
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
* please refer to Production Platform chart on page 2
KJ10ex4.5B IRSE
10x
4.5 - 45mm
(9 - 90mm)
1:1.8 at 4.5 - 34.5mm
1:2.35 at 45mm
(1:3.6 at 9 - 68.9mm)
(1:4.7 at 90mm)
93.7°x 61.9° at 4.5mm
12.2°x 6.9° at 45mm
(56.1°x 33.4° at 9mm)
(6.1°x 3.4° at 90mm)
0.3m ( 10mm w/Macro)
168.2 x 110.6 x 237.7 mm
4.04lbs (1.83kg)
2.0X
25
HDgc 1/2” ENG/EFP Zoom Lenses
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
KH21ex5.7 IRSE A
21x
5.7 – 120mm
(11.4 - 240mm)
1:1.4 at 5.7 – 86mm
1:1.95 at 120mm
(1:2.8 at 11.4 - 172mm)
(1:3.9 at 240mm)
62.9° x 38.0° at 5.7mm
3.3° x 1.9° at 120mm
(34.0° x 19.5 at 11.4mm)
(1.7° x 0.9° at 240mm)
0.8m (10mm w/Macro)
169.4 x 111.9 x 217.5 mm
3.95lbs (1.79kg)
2.0X
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
KH16ex5.7 IRSE A
16x
5.7 - 92mm
(11.4-184mm)
1 : 1.4 at 5.7 - 71.6mm
1 : 1.8 at 92mm
(1 : 2.8 at 11.4 - 143.1mm)
(1:3.6 at 184mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
62.9° x 38.0° at 5.7mm
4.3° x 2.4° at 92mm
(34.0° x 19.5° at 11.4mm)
(2.1° x 1.2° at 184mm)
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
0.6m (10mm w/Macro)
163.9 x 106.3 x 196.7 mm
3.24lbs (1.47kg)
2.0X
HDgc 1/3” ENG/EFP Zoom Lenses
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative Aperture
(with Extender)
KT17ex4.3B IRSE
17x
4.3-73mm
(8.6-146mm)
1:1.4 at 4.3-73mm
(1:2.8 at 8.6-146mm)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
62.6° x 37.7° at 4.3mm
4.1° x 2.3° at 73mm
(33.8° x 19.4° at 8.6mm)
(2.1° x 1.2° at 146mm)
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
Production Platform 3*
HDgc 2/3” ENG/EFP Zoom Lenses
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
Angular Field
of View 16:9
(with Extender)
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-in Extender
26
KH10ex3.6 IRSE A
10x
3.6 - 36mm
(7.2 - 72mm)
1:1.45 at 3.6 - 27mm
1:1.90 at 36mm
(1:2.9 at 7.2 - 55mm)
(1:3.8 at 72mm)
88.1°x 57.1° at 3.6mm
11.1°x 6.2° at 36mm
(51.7°x 30.5° at 7.2mm)
(5.5°x 3.1° at 72mm)
0.3m ( 10mm w/Macro)
168.2 x 110.6 x 240.8 mm
4.04lbs (1.83kg)
2.0X
KJ20x8.2B IRSD
20X
8.2-164mm
(16.4-328mm)
1:1.9 at 8.2-115.4mm
1:2.7 at 164mm
(with Extender)
(1:3.8 at 16.4-230.8mm)
Angular Field of View
16:9
(1:5.4 at 328mm)
60.7˚ x 36.5˚ at 8.2mm
3.4˚ x 1.9˚ at 164mm
(with Extender)
WIDE
0.6m (10mm w/Macro)
159.3 x 106.6 x 197.3mm
3.26lbs (1.48kg)
2.0X
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
Maximum Relative
Aperture
Angular Field of View
16:9
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
* please refer to Production Platform chart on page 2
(32.6˚ x 18.7˚ at 16.4mm)
(1.7˚ x 0.9˚ at 328mm)
0.9m (10mm w/Macro)
163.3 x 103.0 x 208.0mm
3.131lbs (1.42kg)
KJ20x8.5B KRSD A
20X
8.5 – 170mm
1:1.8 at 8.5 – 113.3mm
1:2.7 at 170mm
58.9° x 35.2° at 8.5mm
3.2° x 1.8° at 170mm
0.9m (10mm w/Macro)
163.3 x 103 x 170.4 mm
2.8lbs (1.27kg)
27
Featuring AF
Technology
WIDE
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
Maximum Relative
Aperture
Angular Field of View
16:9
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
KJ13x6B KRSD
13X
6 – 78mm
1:2.0 at 6 – 58mm
1:2.7 at 78mm
77.3° x 48.5° at 6mm
7.0° x 4.0° at 78mm
0.4m (10mm w/Macro)
165.4 x 105.1 x 211.7 mm
3.5lbs (1.59kg)
HDgc 1/2” ENG/EFP Zoom Lenses
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
Maximum Relative
Aperture
Angular Field of View
16:9
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
Maximum Relative
Aperture
Angular Field of View
16:9
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
KH19x6.7 KAS
19x
6.7 - 127mm
1:1.6 at 6.7mm-96.8mm
1:2.1 at 127mm
55.0° x 32.6° at 6.7mm
3.14° x 1.77° at 127mm
0.9m ( 50mm w/Macro )
112 x 88 x 171.8mm
2.78lbs (1.26kg)
HDgc 1/3” ENG/EFP Zoom Lenses
KH20x6.4 KRSD
20X
6.4 – 128mm
1:1.4 at 6.4 – 89.6mm
1:2.0 at 128mm
57.1° x 34.1° at 6.4mm
3.1° x 1.8° at 128mm
0.9m (10mm w/Macro)
163.3 x 103 x 182.5 mm
2.8lbs (1.27kg)
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
Maximum Relative
Aperture
KT20x5B KRSD A
20X
5~100mm
1:1.4 at 5.0-90.3mm
1:1.55 at 100mm
Angular Field
of View 16:9
55.2°x 32.8°at 5mm
3.0°x 1.7° at 100mm
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
0.9m (10mm w/Macro)
163.3 x 103 x 171.2 mm
2.62lbs (1.19kg)
WIDE
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
Maximum Relative
Aperture
Angular Field of View
16:9
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
28
KH13x4.5 KRSD
13X
4.5 – 59mm
1:1.5 at 4.5 – 44mm
1:2.0 at 59mm
75.7° x 46.9° at 4.5mm
6.8° x 3.8° at 59mm
0.4m (10mm w/Macro)
165.4 x 105.1 x 215.3 mm
3.50lbs (1.59kg)
29
HDTV Optical Accessories
Tele-Side Converter
T15 HD
SDTV Optical Accessories
Tele-Side Converter
• Focal length is shifted to the telephoto side by a
factor of 1.5x
T15-II
• F No. of the original lens is not affected
Combination
M.O.D.
Eclipse Point
J17ex7.7B + T15-II/85II
1.35m
f : 60mm
J22ex7.6B + T15-II/98II
1.8m
f : 60mm
YJ20x8.5B + T15-II/85II
2.00m
f : 80mm
• Only the telephoto side of the lens can be used,
the picture corners are eclipsed at wide angle
Adapter 85 II
98 II
• The minimum object distance becomes 2.25 times
that of the original lens.
Adapter 85 II
98 II
Wide Converter
Combination
Wide Converter
Master Lens
With Wide
Converter Attached
J17ex7.7B + W80-IIIB/85II 7.7 to 131mm 6.2 to 104.8mm
J22ex7.6B + W80-IIIB /98II 7.6 to 168mm 6.0 to 132mm
W80-III B
9 to 171mm
7.2 to 136.8mm
*W80Y-85 YJ20x8.5B + W80Y-85
W80 HD
• Focal length becomes wider by a factor of 0.8X that
of the original lens with W80 HD
• F No. of the original lens is not affected
Adapter 85 II
98 II
Adapter 85 II
98 II
Focal Length
0.8X
Minimum Object
Distance
(Magnification)2 X
(Minimum object
distance of master lens)
Usual operation
Same as usual
Zooming
F-number
*W80Y-85 is exclusively for 20X and 19X series and does not require an adapter.
Wide Attachment
Wide Attachment
WA75 HD
• The zoom lens becomes a wider fixed focal length
lens with the wide attachment
• The focal length is widened by a factor of 0.75x
that of the original lens
Adapter 85 II
98 II
Changes caused
by attachment
WA75-II
Focal Lens
• Focus is adjusted by use of the macro lever
Close-Up
distance
Zooming
Adapter 85 II Focus
98 II
adjustment
Fish-Eye Attachment
FEA HD
By Macro mechanism
F.B. adjustment
Not Possible
By Macro
mechanism
Fish-Eye Attachment
Example: HJ17ex7.6B with fish-eye attachment
Focal Length
Zooming
Adapter 85 II Focus adjustment
98 II
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Fixed Focal Length
(magnification) X
(wide angle focal length)
Close-Up distance of
Macro feature
Not possible
Example:
when used w/
J17ex7.7B lens
Fixed focal
length
Approx. 5.8mm
30mm
4.6mm, fixed
focal length
FEA-III B
Example: J17ex7.7B with fish-eye attachment
Focal Length
4.6mm, fixed
focal length
Zooming
Not possible
Focus adjustment
By Macro mechanism
Not possible
By Macro mechanism
Adapter 85 II
98 II
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ENG Zoom And Focus Accessories
A.
SS-41-IASD for use with Compact
Studio Kit or ENG lens
B.
C.
A. FPD-400D – Focus Demand
B. ZSD-300D – Zoom Demand
C.
C. CR-10 – Clamper (Included with A and B)
MS-210D
For Digital and Analog ENG/EFP Lenses
A.
B. ZSD-300D – Zoom Demand
Model Name
C.
E.
C. CR-10 – Clamper (Included with B and E)
Description
C.
B.
A. FC- 40 – Flexible Cable 32
D.
D. FFM-100 – Flex Focus Module
E. FFC-200 – Flex Focus Controller
Digital Zoom
Servo Demand
MS-22M
ZSD-300D
ZSD-300D
C.
A.
A. FC- 40 – Flexible Cable 32
B.
D.
B. FFC-200 – Flex Focus Controller
E.
C. ZSG-200M – Zoom Grip
D. EC-80 – Extension Cable
F.
F.
E. FM-12 – Flexible Focus Module
For Digital and Analog ENG/EFP Lenses
F. CR-10 – Clamper (Included with E)
MS-15M
Description
Model Name
B. ZSD-15M II – Zoom Demand
C. FFC-15 – Flex Focus Controller
Flexible Focus Module
FFM-100
Flexible
Cable 32”
FC-40
Focus Manual Controller
FFC-200
D.
B.
E.
D. CR-10 – Clamper (Included with B)
E. FM-12 – Flexible Focus Module
FFM-100
FC-40
C.
A.
A. FC- 40 – Flexible Cable 32
MS-21D
FFC-200
A.
B.
A. FC- 40 – Flexible Cable 32
B. ZSD-300D – Zoom Demand
FPM-420D
Focus Positional
Servo Module
FPM-420D
Focus Positional
Servo Demand
FPD-400D
C. CR-10 – Clamper (Included with B and E)
E.
C.
C.
D.
D. FM-12 – Flexible Focus Module
E. FFC-200 – Flex Focus Controller
FPD400D
CC-0820 Conversion Cable not pictured
FPM-420D
• For a complete list of all accessories, please contact a CANON sales office.
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FFM-100
Focus Positional
Servo Module
for use with
IRSE lenses
Flex Focus Module
for use with Semi
Servo controls.
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Studio/Field Zoom And Focus Accessories
Servo Zoom Control with Manual
Style Handle
Servo Cable
L.
K.
M.
A.
ZDJ-P21 – Zoom Servo Controller
B.
CR-30 – Clamper
N.
C.
O.
C.
AF Servo Focus
B.
B.
A.
CR-30 – Clamper
A.
H.
FDJ-P41 – Focus Demand AF
Servo Cable
D.
V.
E.
H.
J.
I.
DIGI Focus Control
R. FFP-T61 – Focus Controller
A. Servo Cable
B. Servo Cable
S. SBJ-I01 – IE SW Box
C. CR-30 – Clamper
T. IE SW Box Cable
An innovative servo focus demand
with the precise movement of a
manual control
D. SMJ-D02 – Servo Module
U. ZDJ-P21 – Zoom Servo Controller
CR-30 – Clamper
E. SMJ-E01 – Servo Module
V. Zoom Demand Sleeve
FDJ-D22 – Focus Demand
F. Manual Zoom/FocusCable
Servo Cable
G. FMJ-702 – Manual Outlet
H. CR-10 – Clamper
P.
Q.
A.
F.
I. ZSD-300D – Zoom Demand
J. FPD-400D – Focus Demand
F.
C.
K. ZDJ-D01 – Zoom Demand
C.
U.
L. ZDJ-P01 – Zoom Demand
M. FDJ-P01 – Focus Demand
C.
R.
C.
G.
N. CR-30 – Clamper
O. FDJ-P41 / P31 – Focus
Demand AF (Left/Right)
C.
S.
G.
B.
P. FDJ-D02 – Focus Demand
Q. FZP-T61 – Zoom Controller
T.
Battery Adapter Plate
DIGI Zoom Demand
For Use With SUP-NS3.
Recommended to use when a box
lens is mounted on a supporter
ZDJ-D01 – Zoom Demand
Focus Demand
DIGI P01 Zoom Demand
FDJ-P01 – Focus Demand
CR-30 – Clamper
Servo Cable
ZDJ-P01 – Zoom Demand
Servo Cable
SMJ-D02 Servo Module
Digi Servo Module for Zoom
and Focus. For use with
XJ72x, 75x, 86IIx,
86IIx TELE, 100x lens
SMJ-E01 Servo Module
For use with XJ23x, 27x, 27xAF
60x, 86xAF, 100xAF lens
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SUP-NS3 Supporter
For use with box style lens
and ENG camera
Servo Cable
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Remote Control Systems
and
Remote Control Systems
Remote Control Lens Series
The Canon Remote Control Series offers a wide variety of lenses and
accessories that have been designed for various applications such as
broadcasting, teleconference, distance learning and other remote
control purposes. The lenses provide quiet and fast servo control of
Zoom, Focus and Iris.
Canon proudly offers several IFpro remote control lenses
designed to offer remote zoom, focus and iris control.
The YJ20x8.5B KTS and YJ13x6B KTS models are both for
2/3" SDTV cameras. In addition, also for 2/3" cameras, there
is the YJ20x8.5 ITS-RE with built-in motorized 2X extender.
A full line of remote control accessories are also available.
HDxs Lens Series
For 2/3” Cameras
WIDE
HJ18ex28B ITS-RE/ME
HJ17ex7.6B ITS-RE/ME
HJ22ex7.6B ITS-RE/ME
HJ14ex4.3B ITS-RE/ME
HDgc Lens Series
YJ20x8.5 KTS
YJ13x6B KTS
and
,
,
Remote Control Systems
Hood
Close-Up Lens
82CL-UP 800H
82CL-UP 1300H
105CL-UP 900H
105CL-UP 800HD
KJ20x8.5B KTS (2/3”)
KH19x6.7 KTS (1/2”)
KH20x6.4 KTS (1/2”)
005M
010M
TCC-020M
050M
100M
KJ13x6B KTS (2/3”)
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KT20x5B KTS (1/3”)
KH13x4.5 KTS (1/2”)
TCR-201F
TCR-101F
TCR-301F
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Optical Shift Image Stabilizer
(Shift-IS) Technology
External Extender Control Unit
RE: motorized 2X extender ME: manual 2X extender
Remote Control Accessories
(not available for HJ18ex / HJ14ex)
Four types (82CL-UP800H / 82CL-UP1300H / 105CL-UP900H /
105CL-UP800HD) are available.
Remote Controller
Several models are available.
*The controllers are also applicable to remote control
pro-video lenses.
Connecting Cable
5m, 10m, 20m, 50m and 100m cables are available.
Maximum cable length is 150m by connection of these cables.
Mount Converters for Different Image
Format Size Cameras
Canon offers a variety of Mount Converters to be used between a
lens and a camera of different image format sizes. Each converter
will extend the effective angular field of view of the associated lens
according to the Shift Ratio listed below
Image Size Conversion
Shift Ratio to
Telephoto Side
Electronic
Conversion
approx. 1.4x
–––––
LCV-40B
2/3" B4 Mount 1/2" Standard approx. 1.4x
Mount *2
–––––
LCV-42T
2/3" B4 Mount 1/3" Standard approx. 1.8x
Mount
–––––
LCV-41E
2/3" B4 Mount SONY PMW-EX3 approx. 1.4x
Converter
Lens
Camera
LO-32BMT 2/3" B4 Mount
1/2" SONY
*1
LCV-20E
1/2"
SONY PMW-EX3
–––––
*3
Lens Cable
(12pin)gEX3
Hot Shoe(14pin)
Lens Cable
(12pin)gEX3
Hot Shoe(14pin)
*1 SONY's Hot Shoe mount camera, excluding PMW-EX3
*2 1/2" Camera of standard type mount (Panasonic, JVC, Ikegami)
*3 Only applicaple to KH10ex/KH16ex/KH21ex
The other 1/2" mount lenses are not available
The history of field lenses is a history of zoom ratio/focal length
extension. It came to a point where the industry thought it would be
impossible to push the envelope any further. The telephoto focal
length of the lens became so long that even the slightest amount of
wind or operator movement would cause image shake and viewing
the picture became intolerable. This was before Canon announced
the incredible magnification of the DIGISUPER 86xs zoom lens.
Canon, renowned for its optical image stabilization technologies,
developed another new stabilization solution for the broadcast field
lens, a built-in Optical Shift Image Stabilizer (Shift-IS) to overcome
image shaking at telephoto focal lengths. Now, the Shift-IS is
employed in the following lenses:
DIGISUPER 100AF
DIGISUPER 100xs
DIGISUPER 86AF
DIGISUPER 86IIxs
DIGISUPER 86IITELExs
DIGISUPER 75xs
HJ40x Series
How the Optical Image Stabilizer (Shift-IS) Works.
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 a
stable picture. The Shift-IS component is located within the lens
groups 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.
Note: The converters are to be used with lenses weighing less then 2.0kg (4.4lbs)
LO-32BMT
LCV-40B
LCV-42T
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LCV-41E
LCV-20E
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Pro-Video Lenses
CANOBEAM DT-150 HD
Free Space Optics Wireless Transmission
For 2/3” Pro-Video
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
YJ20x8.5B KRS
20x
8.5-170mm
1:1.8 at 8.5-113.3mm
1:2.7 at 170mm
Angular Field of View
16:9
(with Extender)
58.8°x35.2° at 8.5mm
3.2°x1.8° at 170mm
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
0.9m(10mm w/Macro)
163.3x103x170.4mm
2.58lbs (1.17kg)
–––
YJ20x8.5B IRS
20x
8.5-170mm
(17-340mm)
1:1.8 at 8.5-113.3mm
1:2.7 at 170mm
(1:3.6 at 17-226.7mm)
(1:5.4 at 340mm)
58.8°x35.2° at 8.5mm
3.2°x1.8° at 170mm
(31.5°x18.0° at 17mm)
(1.6°x0.9° at 340mm)
0.9m(10mm w/Macro)
163.3x103.0x195.4mm
3.06lbs (1.39kg)
2.0X
Wide Angle Quality For 2/3” Pro-Video
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• The Canobeam DT-150 HD can relay HD-SDI and SD-SDI video,
along with embedded return video and audio to the camera
operator, as well as camera-control signals, and robotic
camera-control data.
• Canon's exclusive Auto Tracking feature—standard on all
Canobeam systems—maintains precise beam alignment
despite vibrations due to wind, heavy vehicle traffic, or
unsteady camera platforms.
WIDE
Lens
Zoom Ratio/Format
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative
Aperture
(with Extender)
The Canobeam DT-150 HD provides reliable uncompressed twoway, high-bandwidth (HD-SDI and SD-SDI) digital video
transmission for situations where fiber-optic cables or microwave
links are impractical or impossible. The Canobeam DT-150 HD
operates at 1.5 Gbps and transmits digital HD/SD video, audio,
and control signals bi-directionally without delay via line-of-sight
Free Space Optics at a distance of up to 1 kilometer.
YJ13x6B KRS
13X
6-78mm
1:2.0 at 6-58mm
1:2.7 at 78mm
Angular Field of View
16:9
(with Extender)
77.2° x 48.4° at 6mm
7.0° x 4.0° at 78mm
M.O.D.
Size (W x H x L)
Weight (approx.)
Built-In Extender
0.4m(10mm w/Macro)
165.4x105.1x211.7mm
3.39lbs (1.54kg)
–––
YJ13x6B IRS
13X
6-78mm
(12-156mm)
1:2.0 at 6-58mm
1:2.7 at 78mm
(1:4.0 at 12-116mm)
(1:5.4 at 156mm)
77.2° x 48.4° at 6mm
7.0° x 4.0° at 78mm
(43.6° x 25.3° at 12mm)
(3.5° x 2.0° at 156mm)
0.4m(10mm w/Macro)
165.4x105.1x234.8mm
3.83lbs (1.74kg)
2.0X
• Small Form Pluggable fiber interface. (Connector: LC)
• Can interface with either simple media converters for
one-way/two-way video transmission or SMPTE hybrid cable
emulation boxes.
• Housing designed for outdoor or indoor installations.
• Offers management capability via SNMP.
• The Canobeam DT-150 HD's Free Space Optics technology uses
a beam of infrared light, which doesn't require RF licenses or
coordination, and is virtually free from interception.
• The Canobeam DT-150 HD's sets up quickly and is simple
to operate.
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Broadcast and Communications
Sales Consultants
Broadcast and Communications
Sales Consultants
United States
Canon USA, Inc. - New Jersey
Broadcast & Communications
Sales & Marketing Division (Headquarters)
Canon USA, Inc. - Chicago
65 Challenger Road
Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660
Sales: (630) 250-6236
Fax: (630) 250-0399
Rich Eilers
reilers@cusa.canon.com
Canon USA, Inc. - Dallas
Patrick Breheny
pbreheny@cusa.canon.com
John Rose
jrosejr@cusa.canon.com
Sales: (800) 321-4388
Main: (201)-807-3300
Fax: (201) 807-3333
100 Park Boulevard
Itasca, IL 60143
David Pavlik
dpavlik@cusa.canon.com
3200 Regent Boulevard
Irving, TX 75063
Mark Parks
mparks@cusa.canon.com
Sales: (972) 409-8871
Fax: (972) 409-8869
Canon USA, Inc. - Los Angeles
Canon USA, Inc. - Atlanta
15955 Alton Parkway
Irvine, CA 92618
5625 Oakbrook Parkway
Norcross, GA 30093
Tom Bender
tbender@cusa.canon.com
Jim Dobbins
jdobbins@cusa.canon.com
Joe Patton
jpatton@cusa.canon.com
Mark Karwisch
mkarwisch@cusa.canon.com
Stephanie Franz
sfranz@cusa.canon.com
Sales: (770) 849-7890
Fax: (770) 849-7888
Sales: (949) 753-4330
Fax: (949) 753-4337
Latin America
Canada
Canon USA, Inc. - Florida
Canon Canada, Inc.
Broadcast & Communications Division
1166 Birchwood Road
Weston, FL 33327
Adriano Bedoya
abedoya@cusa.canon.com
Sales: (954) 349-6975
Fax: (201) 807-3333
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6390 Dixie Road
Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1P7
Carlo Beltrano
cbeltrano@canada.canon.com
Sales: (905) 795-2012
Fax: (905) 795-2140
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