3
4
5~11
12~20
13
17
19
20
21~38
Specifications (KJ Series, with extender 2/3")
Specifications (KJ Series, with extender 1/2")
Specifications (KJ Series, without extender)
22
24
27
28
29
30
31
33
37
39~41
Specifications
Control Accessories
40
41
42~43
42
43
44~47
KJ
KH
KT
2
High Definition Portable Lens for 2/3"(HDgc Series)
High Definition Portable Lens for 1/2"(HDgc Series)
High Definition Portable Lens for 1/3"(HDgc Series)
Goal
Customer Satisfaction
Canon is committed to total C.S. (Customer Satisfaction).
In order to optimize C.S., our aim is to support users by developing of new lens technologies, high-quality technical
service systems, and other sales support.
The ISO-14001 Certification and Emmy Award are just two examples of our C.S. Activities.
ISO-14001
Canon placed priority on obtaining ISO-14001 certification for manufacturing bases, since these facilities have
greater environmental impact.
The Canon Broadcast Equipment Group manufacturing bases obtained ISO-14001 certification in 1997.
ISO-14001
Emmy Award
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded Canon an EMMY® in recognition for its
engineering creativity in Lens Technology Developments for Solid State Imager Cameras in High Definition
Formats in 2005. Canon was also given an EMMY® for “Implementation In Lens Technology to Achieve
Compatibility with CCD Sensors” in 1996.
It was 50 years ago that Canon introduced the first BCTV lens. Labeled the “Field Zoom IF-1,” this lens
featured a 6.7x zoom range, which was the highest in the industry at the time. Since that time, Canon has
energetically advanced the art of high-end optical design on many fronts in close collaboration with
international broadcasters and producers in an unceasing pursuit of product innovation and customer
satisfaction. While celebrating the 50th anniversary of servicing the broadcast industry, Canon has been
expanding its BCTV manufacturing and working diligently to develop exciting new products for high-end
imaging in the 21st century.
CANON’S WORLDWIDE SUPPORT NETWORK
Well trained sales people and/or service technicians are
ready to support you at these locations.
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Philosophy
Auto Focus Technology
DIGISUPER 100AF
DIGISUPER 86AF
DIGISUPER 27AF
This article refers to Auto Focus Technology for DIGISUPER HDTV Zoom Lenses employed in the listed lenses. The specification of the listed
lenses are shown in page 13, 14 and 15.
Recently there has been a greater demand for broadcast HDTV production and the
requirement for accuracy in focusing has risen in response to this demand. Canon has
been and continues to be a pioneer in the design of broadcast lenses and meets this
demand with the introduction of a revolutionary HDTV Auto Focus System. This
technology assists professional camera operators in concentrating on the action/
beauty shots while maintaining the images in focus. Canon’s advanced Auto Focusing
for the DIGISUPER HDTV Zoom Lens employs the TTL-Secondary Image
Registration Phase-detection system, originally developed for single-lens reflex still
cameras, in order to pursue both high accuracy and a high tracking capability for
broadcast HDTV.
DIGISUPER 100AF
DIGISUPER 27AF
DIGISUPER 86AF
Sensor Output
Sensor A Sensor B
【TTL-Secondary Image Registration Phase-detection System】
Sensor Output
The light transmitting through a pair of the secondary imaging
lenses focuses on separate sensors. The following figure
illustrates this state of focusing. The TTL-Secondary Image
Registration Phase-detection System determines the positional
relationship between the two images (Refer to “d” in figure) to
detect the amount and direction of defocusing.
In-focus
Sensor A
Secondary Imaging Lens
Image Plane
Line Sensor
Sensor B
Correct spacing between
double images
Forward focus
Field Lens
d
Narrow spacing between
double images
Rear focus
Wide spacing between
double images
【Layout of the elements】
Features
Focusing Group
● Extremely high focusing accuracy in full HDTV specifications
● Ability to focus from a completely de-focused status without
hunting
● Ability to focus on a high speed moving object
● Size and position of the AF frame (target area) in the camera
VF can be changed from the Focus Demand FDJ-P31/P41.
(The size of the AF Frame can be changed in 3 steps)
*Please confirm the AF camera-lens interface with your camera
manufacturer of choice
● The AF system’s two operation modes is the answer to a
professional camera operator’s various demands.
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Front Relay
Pupil
Beam Splitting Prism
AF
Canon
Original
Sensor
Prism
CCD
Variator
Compensator
Internal Extender/
Back Relay
【Changeable AF frame】
【2 kinds of AF Operation Modes with ACTIVE/HOLD switch】
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e-IFxs and e-HDxs Technology
/
/
/
In 2004, Canon introduced a new broadcast lens technology,
, by launching the J22ex7.6B. Canon is pleased to offer
complete series of
and
lenses.
The
/
technology consists of two applicable meanings for the letter “e”. One is the “ecological design,” as these
lenses are harmless to the environment. The other is the “enhanced digital” technology, which improves the performance of the
digital drive unit. Also, all of these advantages are included in the new
(IRSE / IASE model) and the
lenses.
Enhanced Digital Drive
The
,
and the
(IRSE / IASE model) series are equipped
with an information display and a digital function selector, an X-Y axis switch,
so that the user can customize the enhanced digital functions much more easily and
precisely. The new design enables the user to fully bring out the digital functions.
● User settings are both simple and easy to operate. User settings included:
speed preset, frame presets (now 2 memory positions), shuttle shot, zoom
track, new focus preset with IASD/IASE lens.
● Follow signal display for iris, zoom and focus (IASD/IASE only) for virtual
reality, robotic control and other uses.
● User settings for zoom and focus curve mode for precise control based upon
the user's requirement.
● AUX 1 and AUX 2 switches can be assigned for basic functions giving
enhanced memory capability.
● A precise movement mode can be memorized for the zoom seesaw control,
zoom demand control and preset control.
● The drive unit can memorize 9 patterns of user-customized settings and also
transmit the data between different drive units.
● The self diagnostic mode provides error message, if necessary.
Information Display
Rotary Encoder
Canon offers a series of
/
/
(IRSE / IASE model) lenses,
which are equipped with an enhanced digital drive unit. Conventional
potentiometers are analog positional sensors capable of only 8-10 bit equivalent
resolution. Thus virtual ENG studio systems called for an optional Encoder Unit to
be put on the zoom and focus ring of the lens. With the introduction of 16 bit
resolution Rotary Encoder Devices built into the new enhanced digital drive unit,
the lens can simply be integrated into a virtual digital studio system without any
additions. The encoders also enable superior precise control. The zoom servo
provides a dynamic range of 0.5 sec. to over a 5 min. super slow zoom.
Repeatability in focus and iris control are also much more precise. Canon’s unique
technology has made the Encoder Device surprisingly small to be installed in the
existing drive unit without changes in size or weight.
Lens with the Optional
Encoder Unit
Lens with Encoder
Device included in the
drive unit
Ecological Design
It is Canon’s policy to not pollute the Earth and, through research, we are quickly
reducing our impact on the environment even further.
The
/
/
series have avoided using any materials or
substances that could pollute the environment.
The optical parts, featuring lead free glass, are designed to be completely nonpolluting and the mechanical parts are virtually free of all harmful products to the
earth, such as cadmium, PBBS*, PBDPE* or mercury.
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*PBBS:Poly Bromo Bi Phenyls
*PBDPE:Poly Bromo Di Phenyl Ethers
Lead Free Glass
Technology
New Ergonomic Drive Unit
With the launch of the HJ14ex4.3B, Canon introduced a totally new design
of the 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. Here are some results of Canon’s research:
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.
Ergonomic Design
The size and curvature size have been optimized to more comfortably fit in
the palm of the operator’s hand (a). Newly developed coatings improve the
tactile interface between the user and the drive unit (b) together with the new
Rubber Grip Support (c).
Improved Ease of Operation
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.
HDgc Series
The details of the HDgc Series Lenses are showen on Page 26-29.
0.02
0.01
0
NTSC 400TVL(30lp/mm)
HDTV 600TVL(55lp/mm) F1.6
0.01
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0.02
Compared to the SDTV Lenses, the HDgc Series are...
In the HDTV system the pixel size is about half. Therefore, the spread of a point image
caused by a spherical aberration, coma etc. should be diminished to about half. The MTF
varies as the focus changes and even if the image is slightly out of focus, the MTF is greatly
influenced as shown in Graph 1. The HDgc Lenses are specially designed to use optical
elements that are effective in further minimizing chromatic aberrations, such as "Hi UD
Glass", "Aspherical Elements" and other special elements. The HDgc lenses greatly
contribute to correcting and minimizing these aberrations at the same time maintaining high
MTF throughout the edge of the picture.
MTF(%)
Concept of the HDgc Series
Corresponding to the popularity of digital High Definition broadcasting and diversity of HDTV
equipment, Canon has added a new series to its HDTV lens line up, the HDgc series. The new
HDgc series supports the emergence of an important new generation of cost-effective HD
acquisition systems. Adopting the advantages created by Canon's unique technology, the new HDgc
lenses exhibit high MTF, high resolution and high contrast from the center of the image to its
extreme edges, meanwhile maintaining its compact size and weight.
Defocus(mm)
<Graph 1>
Quality of the HDgc Series
The HDgc Series lenses are based upon Canon's latest design concepts which support the new generation of cost-effective HD
acquisition systems. The HDgc lenses are designed to meet the specific bandwidth frequency (or the number of scanning lines)
of these new HD camera systems and at the same time to offer an excellent performance-cost optimization.
SD
Test Frequency of Broadcast Camera
Test Frequency of Broadcast Lens
Actual Canon Resolution of Broadcast Lens
up to 640TV Lines / 8MHz
320 TV Lines / 4MHz
up to 48Lines / mm
24Lines / mm
up to 75Lines / mm
HDgc
up to 800TV Lines
up to 74Lines / mm
up to 100Lines / mm
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Special Optical Elements and The Best Optical Layout
(X-Element and The Power Optical System)
/
/
The XS-series lenses are shown with either of these legends on
page 12-16 and 21-25.
Canon has always made an effort to research special elements since our beginnings in this industry
with the goal of minimizing chromatic aberration. These efforts have included an artificially recrystalized “Fluorite”, with extraordinary dispersion characteristics and the newly developed “HiUD” (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”.
Hi-UD Glass
Green Ring
Internal Focusing System/Ergonomic Lens Design
Canon was the first manufacturer to apply IF (Internal Focus) technology for use in high
quality broadcast ENG/EFP zoom lenses, first with the J8x6B wide-angle zoom lens and then
with the world's bestseller, the J14x8.5B standard lens. The advantages include lower
distortion, minimized chromatic aberration and strong protection from dust and condensation
in a compact and lightweight package. At the same time, we created ease of operation with the
introduction of a fixed front element, square hood and an ergonomic grip angled at 12.5˚ .
Since those first IF lenses, Canon has developed a complete series of IF zoom lenses. The
original IF technology evolved into the IF+ (plus) series and then into the IFxs series.
Simultaneously, the High Definition lens series, HDxs, and the Pro-video lens series, IFpro
were developed. We now offer the e-IFxs/e-HDxs series, as well as with the new HDxs and
HDgc series.
Digital Technology
The Studio/Field lenses with the “DIGISUPER” system
are shown with this legend on page 12-16. Also the
unique features are explained on page 17 and 18.
/
8
/
/
The broadcast ENG/EFP lenses with the Digital System are shown
with this legend on page 21-29. Also the unique features are
explained on page 31 and 32.
In 1995, Canon released the DIGISUPER 70 for Studio/Field applications and
at the same time introduced digital technology for broadcast zoom lens control
to the television industry thus opening up new possibilities for the future.
Digital control technology offered improvements by more precise control of
lens groups, personalized lens control and the ability to interface with other
digital devices. Since then, digital technology has experienced a big evolution
and today, Canon offers the most advanced second generation DIGISUPER
lens series and the newly developed zoom/focus demands.
Canon's newest advancement in digital technology,
“enhanced e-IFxs/e-HDxs”, features have been applied to the HDxs/e-IFxs/
HDgc (IRSE / IASE model) series of ENG/EFP zoom lenses , while “Digital
Drive” continues to be used on other models. With HDxs/e-IFxs/HDgc (IRSE /
IASE model) and “Digital Drive”, the lens servo unit is now digital and offers
such unique new “Useful” features as: Shuttle Shot, Speed Preset and Frame
Preset.
Technology
Deployment of
Longer, Wider, More Sensitive Lens Series
Canon previously released several lenses in succession, the J13x9BII in the early 80’s,
which became the world’s standard ENG/EFP lens, the J18x9B in 1984 and in 1985, the
J8x6B. These lenses became the first example of what is today the standard series of
ENG/EFP lenses composed of a Telephoto, Standard and Wide zoom lens. This SDTV
standard series has been repeated several times as new lenses were developed and today it
consists of the J22ex7.6B, the J17ex7.7B and the J11ex4.5B. With the current SDTV
series as well as with the HDTV series, Canon has developed longer, wider and more
sensitive lenses that are approximately the same size and weight as the very first series
with vastly improved specifications.
In Studio/Field category lenses, Canon developed the first 40x high zoom ratio lens in
1982 and since then has cleared hurdle after hurdle, breaking new ground by introducing
the world's first 50x and world's first 70x lenses.
Then, we introduced our highest achievement to date, the DIGISUPER 86 xs and
DIGISUPER 86 TELE xs, the world's first lens in the 80x range. Typical of Canon, this
lens has solved the problem of image shake that would have limited the 86x zoom ratio
with our unique built-in “Optical Image Stabilizer” .
Amazingly, the 86x exhibits improved specifications and employs the "Optical Image
Stabilizer" in a package the same size and weight as previous lenses.
Recently, Canon proudly introduced the world’s first triple digit zoom lens, the
DIGISUPER 100 xs, with "Optical Image Stabilizer" and a 100 times zoom ratio.
Our goal at Canon is to pursue our philosophy with unique ideas and the most advanced
technologies thus allowing us to contribute to the expansion of our ever-changing industry.
DIGISUPER 100 xs
Launched in 2002
DIGISUPER 70
(The first lens in the 70x range was
launched in 1995.)
SUPER 55
(The first lens in the 50x range was
launched in 1987.)
PV40x13.5B
Launched in 1982
Crossover Technology
The optional application of the “Crossover Technology” to
each lens is indicated on specification pages of each product category.
Switchable CCD Cameras that can switch between the two aspect ratios have become increasingly popular, since
they allow the user to maintain both formats during transition. However, when the switch is made from 16:9 to 4:3,
both sides of the image projected on the CCD are cut off, thereby shortening the diagonal of the picture from the
conventional 4:3 norm of 11mm to 9mm as the diagram below illustrates. To compensate for this loss, Canon has
developed Crossover Technology and incorporated it into a line of Studio/Field lenses that restore the 4:3 image of
a switchable camera to that of a conventional 4:3 format camera. Crossover Technology utilized a built-in
“Shrinker” which is a lens group to be inserted into the relay section of the master lens in order to shrink the image
circle diameter by a factor of 0.8x.
The diagram shows how Canon’s exclusive Crossover
Technology uses a 0.8x “Shrinker” to restore the loss of diagonal
and return the 4:3 image of a Switchable Camera to the same as
a Standard Camera.
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Optical Image Stabilizer
The products with the “Optical Image Stabilizer” technologies are
shown with this legend on page 13, 14, 22 and 30.
Employment of Vari-angle Prism Image Stabilizer (VAP-IS)
Canon introduces the “Vari-angle Prism” image stabilizer (VAP-IS), our patented breakthrough
technology, the world’s first, Optical Image Stabilization solution provided for broadcast
ENG/EFP lenses. For the details on how VAP-IS works, please refer to page 30. The VAP-IS
covers a wide bandwidth of frequencies including high frequencies that are often encountered
with moving vehicles, helicopters etc. The VAP-IS has been improving the video quality in such
environments.
*The IS-20B2 is for stock sales only.
P30
IS-20B2*
Another Epoch-making Technology; Optical Shift Image Stabilizer (Shift-IS)
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 lengths of the lens got 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 DIGISUPER 86 xs 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 length. Now the Shift-IS is employed in the DIGISUPER 100 xs,
DIGISUPER 100AF, DIGISUPER 862TELE xs, DIGISUPER 862 xs, DIGISUPER 86AF,
DIGISUPER 75 xs, HJ40x10B IASD-V and HJ40x14B IASD-V.
P13
DIGISUPER 100AF
DIGISUPER 100 xs
P13, 14
DIGISUPER 86AF
DIGISUPER 862 xs
DIGISUPER 862 TELE xs
P14
DIGISUPER 75 xs
P22
HJ40x10B IASD-V
HJ40x14B IASD-V
How the Optical Shift 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 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.
1.Lens when still.
Image plane
To Subject
2.Lens when jerked downward.
Camera
shake
3.Counteraction by IS lens group.
Corrected light rays
Position of IS lens group after shifting
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Technology
The Latest HDTV Lens Series
Canon began developing lenses for the “HDTV System” more than 20 years ago. Canon was the first manufacturer to
complete a standard series consisting of five basic models of practical 2/3” HDTV lenses by launching the HJ15x8B (in
1997) in addition to four existing lenses: Standard, Tele and Wide portable, as well as Studio/Field. Canon continues to
lead the broadcast industry into the 21st century “DTV” era with the next generation of lens families, consisting of the
following four HDTV Lens Series:
HDxs Series
Shown on Page 13-16, and 22.
Studio/Field Lenses
Compact Studio Lens
EFP Lenses
ENG Lenses for 2/3" Cameras
ENG Lenses for 1/2" Cameras
ENG Lenses for 1/3" Cameras
Cinema Zoom Lenses
Cinema Prime Lenses
New HDxs Series
Shown on Page 22 and 23.
ENG/EFP Lenses
HDgc Series
Shown on Page 27-29.
HDec Series
Shown on Page 37, 38.
NTSC/PAL
Two factors have to be considered to
HDTV
4:3
16:9
compare the sensitivity of the HDTV
system with that of the conventional
system. The first factor is that the HD
φ11
camera has an aspect ratio of 16:9.
This makes the sensitive area smaller
and causes a 10% difference in
8.8
sensitivity. The second factor is related
9.6
to the HDTV system's depth of field,
which is half of the conventional system. Therefore, on HD cameras,
the lenses must be stopped down until their F-number becomes
double in order to get the same depth of field as that in the
conventional system. This reduces the sensitivity to one fourth (1/4).
5.4
Whereas one frame of the conventional SDTV (ie NTSC) system
consists of 480 scanning lines, the number of scanning lines is more
than 1.5 times that for the HDTV system. Furthermore the density of
the scanning lines are even higher because the HDTV system has
an aspect ratio of 16:9, which is wider and shorter in height than
that of the normal SDTV (4:3 aspect ratio) system. The spatial
frequency required for the HDTV system is about twice that required
for the NTSC system.
Overall, the resolution of the HDTV system is about twice that of the
NTSC system and therefore, the lens requires much higher
performance than the conventional lenses.
Sensitivity of the HDTV System
6.6
Overall Comparison Between the SDTV and
the HDTV System
Aberration Correction for HDTV Lenses
0.02
0.01
0
0.01
0.02
As the HDTV system has high resolution, even a small out-of-focus
area can be detected. Since the radius of the permissible circle of
confusion is about half that of the conventional system, the depth of
field becomes proportionately smaller. Therefore, the focusing has
to be done with great care.
MTF(%)
Depth of Field for HDTV System
The pixel size is about half in the HDTV system, and therefore the
spread of a point image caused by a
100
90
spherical aberration, coma, etc. should
80
70
be diminished to about half. Even if the
60
50
image is slightly out of focus, MTF is
40
30
NTSC 400TVL(30lp/mm)
greatly influenced.
20
HDTV 600TVL(55lp/mm) F1.6
10
The graph shows how MTF varies
0
when the focus changes. Canon HDxs
Defocus(mm)
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 in
a compact lightweight lens body.
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Studio/
Field Lenses
■ Please refer to page 11 regarding the difference between HDTV
and SDTV lenses. Please note that the HDTV lenses perform
excellently when they are used on SDTV cameras.
■ The DIGISUPER series lenses are controlled by Canon’s ground
breaking Digital Servo System (refer to page 17 & 18).
■ The DIGISUPER 22 xs is a studio lens based on a new concept to
be used with portable cameras. Please refer to page 16 for the
specification.
DIGISUPER Series
for HDTV / SDTV
System
DIGISUPER 22 xs
for Portable Camera
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DIGISUPER 100AF
DIGISUPER 100 xs
DIGISUPER 862 TELE xs
Model Number
XJ100x9.3B AF
XJ100x9.3B IE-D
XJ86x13.5B IE@-D
Zoom Ratio
100x
100x
86x
Built-in Extender
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
9.3~930mm
18.6~1860mm
9.3~930mm
18.6~1860mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
(with Extender)
1:1.7 at 9.3~296mm
1:4.7 at 930mm
1:3.4 at 18.6~592mm
1:9.4 at 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
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
50.6°x39.1° at 9.3mm
0.54°x0.41° at 930mm
26.6°x20.1° at 18.6mm
0.27°x0.20° at 1860mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
54.6°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.59°x0.33° at 930mm
28.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
0.30°x0.17° at 1860mm
Angular Field
of View
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
50.6°x39.1° at 9.3mm
0.54°x0.41° at 930mm
26.6°x20.1° at 18.6mm
0.27°x0.20° at 1860mm
54.6°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.59°x0.33° at 930mm
28.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
0.30°x0.17° at 1860mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
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
36.1°x27.5° at 13.5mm
0.43°x0.33° at 1161mm
18.5°x13.9° at 27mm
0.22°x0.16° at 2322mm
39.1°x22.6° at 13.5mm
0.47°x0.27° at 1161mm
20.2°x11.4° at 27mm
0.24°x0.13° at 2322mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
3.0m
3.0m
3.0m
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
253.9x190.4cm at 9.3mm
2.54x1.90cm at 930mm
127.0x95.2cm at 18.6mm
1.27x0.95cm at 1860mm
253.9x190.4cm at 9.3mm
2.54x1.90cm at 930mm
127.0x95.2cm at 18.6mm
1.27x0.95cm at 1860mm
181.7x136.3cm at 13.5mm
2.1x1.6cm at 1161mm
90.9x68.2cm at 27mm
(2.0x)
1.1x0.8cm at 2322mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
276.4x155.5cm at 9.3mm
2.76x1.56cm at 930mm
138.2x77.8cm at 18.6mm
1.38x0.78cm at 1860mm (2.0x)
276.4x155.5cm at 9.3mm
2.76x1.56cm at 930mm
138.2x77.8cm at 18.6mm
1.38x0.78cm at 1860mm (2.0x)
198.2x111.5cm at 13.5mm
2.3x1.3cm at 1161mm
99.1x55.7cm at 27mm
(2.0x)
1.2x0.7cm at 2322mm
Approx.Size (WxHxL)
250.6x255.5x661.5mm
250.6x255.5x591.5mm
250.6x255.5x618.4mm
Approx.Mass
26.8kg (59.3lbs)
23.5kg (51.8lbs)
24.3kg (53.6lbs)
Macro
––
––
––
Protection Filter
Standard
Standard
Standard
Built-in Optical Image Stabilizer
Yes
Yes
Yes
Crossover Type
––
Option
Option
Auto Focus System
Yes
––
––
M.O.D. from Lens Front
Object Dimensions at
M.O.D.
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
Studio/Field Lenses
Studio/Field Lenses
Reference: The following is the lens angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3 mode of switchable cameras as explained on page 9
Angular Field
of View
4:3 mode of
Most Switchable
Cameras
(with Extender)
(7.2x5.4mm)
42.3°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.44°x0.33° at 930mm
21.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
0.22°x0.27° at 1860mm
(2.0x)
29.9°x22.6° at 13.5mm
0.36°x0.27°at 1161mm
15.2°x11.4°at 27mm
0.18°x0.13°at 2322mm
(2.0x)
•Refer to page 11, regarding the difference between HDTV and SDTV lenses. Please note that HDTV lenses also perform excellently when they are adopted to SDTV cameras.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance
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Studio/Field Lenses
DIGISUPER 86AF
DIGISUPER 862 xs
DIGISUPER 75 xs
DIGISUPER 72 xs
Model Number
XJ86x9.3B AF
XJ86x9.3B IE@-D
XJ75x9.3B IE-D
XJ72x9.3B IE-D
Zoom Ratio
86x
86x
75x
72x
Built-in Extender
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
9.3~800mm
18.6~1600mm
9.3~800mm
(2.0x) 18.6~1600mm
9.3~700mm
(2.0x) 18.6~1400mm
9.3~675mm
(2.0x) 18.6~1350mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
(with Extender)
1:1.7 at 9.3~340mm
1:4.0 at 800mm
1:3.4 at 18.6~680mm
1:8.0 at 1600mm
1:1.7 at 9.3~340mm
1:4.0 at 800mm
1:3.4 at 18.6~680mm
(2.0x)
1:8.0 at 1600mm
1:1.7 at 9.3~331mm
1:3.6 at 700mm
1:3.4 at 18.6~662mm
(2.0x)
1:7.2 at 1400mm
1:1.7 at 9.3~333mm
1:3.45 at 675mm
1:3.4 at 18.6~666mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
1:6.9 at 1350mm
(2.0x)
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
50.6°x39.1° at 9.3mm
0.63°x0.47° at 800mm
26.6°x20.1° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.32°x0.24° at 1600mm
50.6°x39.1° at 9.3mm
0.63°x0.47° at 800mm
26.6°x20.1° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.32°x0.24° at 1600mm
50.6°x39.1° at 9.3mm
0.72°x0.54° at 700mm
26.6°x20.1° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.36°x0.27° at 1400mm
50.6°x39.1° at 9.3mm
0.75°x0.56° at 675mm
26.6°x20.1° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.37°x0.28° at 1350mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
54.6°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.69°x0.39° at 800mm
28.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.34°x0.19° at 1600mm
54.6°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.69°x0.39° at 800mm
28.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.34°x0.19° at 1600mm
54.6°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.79°x0.44° at 700mm
28.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.39°x0.22° at 1400mm
54.6°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.81°x0.46° at 675mm
28.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.41°x0.23° at 1350mm
3.0m
3.0m
2.8m
2.8m
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
253.9x190.4cm at 9.3mm
2.8x2.1cm at 800mm
127.0x95.2cm at 18.6mm
3.2x1.8cm at 800mm (2.0x)
253.9x190.4cm at 9.3mm
2.96x2.22cm at 800mm
127.0x95.2cm at 18.6mm
1.48x1.11cm at 1600mm (2.0x)
234.3x175.7cm at 9.3mm
3.2x2.4cm at 700mm
117.2x87.9cm at 18.6mm
1.6x1.2cm at 1400mm (2.0x)
234.3x175.7cm at 9.3mm
3.3x2.5cm at 675mm
117.2x87.9cm at 18.6mm
1.7x1.3cm at 1350mm (2.0x)
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
276.4x155.5cm at 9.3mm
3.2x1.8cm at 800mm
138.2x77.8cm at 18.6mm
1.6x0.9cm at 1600mm (2.0x)
276.4x155.5cm at 9.3mm
3.22x1.81cm at 800mm
138.2x77.8cm at 18.6mm
1.61x0.91cm at 1600mm (2.0x)
255.6x143.8cm at 9.3mm
3.4x1.9cm at 700mm
127.9x71.9cm at 18.6mm
1.8x1.0cm at 1400mm (2.0x)
255.6x143.8cm at 9.3mm
3.6x2.0cm at 675mm
127.9x71.9cm at 18.6mm
1.8x1.0cm at 1350mm (2.0x)
Approx.Size (WxHxL)
250.6x255.5x661.5mm
250.6x255.5x591.5mm
250.6x255.5x591.5mm
250.6x255.5x591.5mm
Approx.Mass
26.8kg (59.3lbs)
23.5kg (51.8lbs)
22.0kg (48.5lbs)
21.8kg (48.1lbs)
Macro
––
––
––
––
Protection Filter
Standard
Standard
Option
Option
Built-in Optical Image Stabilizer
Yes
Yes
Yes
––
Crossover Type
––
Option
Option
Option
Auto Focus System
Yes
––
––
––
Angular Field
of View
(with Extender)
M.O.D. from Lens Front
Object Dimensions at
M.O.D.
(with Extender)
Reference: The following is the lens angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3 mode of switchable cameras as explained on page 9.
Angular Field
of View
4:3 mode of
Most Switchable
Cameras
(with Extender)
(7.2x5.4mm)
14
42.3°x32.4° at 9.3mm
42.3°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.52°x0.39°at 800mm
0.59°x0.44° at 700mm
21.9°x16.5°at 18.6mm
21.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
0.26°x0.19°at 1600mm
0.29°x0.22° at 1400mm
42.3°x32.4° at 9.3mm
0.61°x0.46° at 675mm
21.9°x16.5° at 18.6mm
(2.0x)
0.31°x0.23° at 1350mm
•Refer to page 11, regarding the difference between HDTV and SDTV lenses. Please note that HDTV lenses also perform excellently when they are adopted to SDTV cameras.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance
DIGISUPER 27AF
DIGISUPER 27
DIGISUPER 23 xs
XJ60x9B IE-D
XJ27x6.5B AF
XJ27x6.5B
XJ23x7B IE-D
60x
27x
27x
23x
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
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
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
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
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
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
(2.0x)
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
52.1°x40.3° at 9mm
0.93°x0.70° at 540mm
27.5°x20.8° at 18mm
(2.0x)
0.47°x0.35° at 1080mm
68.2°x53.8° at 6.5mm
2.8°x2.1° at 180mm
37.4°x28.5° at 13mm
1.4°x1.1° at 360mm
56.1°x33.4° at 9mm
1.02°x0.57° at 540mm
29.9°x17.1° at 18mm
(2.0x)
0.51°x0.29° at 1080mm
72.9°x45.1° at 6.5mm
3.1°x1.7° at 180mm
40.5°x23.5° at 13mm
1.5°x0.9° at 360mm
2.8m
0.6m(10mm with Macro)
0.6m(10mm with Macro)
0.6m
243.8x182.9cm at 9mm
4.1x3.1cm at 540mm
121.9x91.5cm at 18mm
(2.0x)
2.1 x 1.6cm at 1080mm
97.0x72.8cm at 6.5mm
3.5x2.6cm at 180mm
48.5x36.4cm at 13mm
1.8x1.3cm at 360mm
97.0x72.8cm at 6.5mm
3.5x2.6cm at 180mm
48.5x36.4cm at 13mm
1.8x1.3cm at 360mm
90.6x68.0cm at 7mm
3.8x2.9cm at 161mm
45.3x34.0cm at 14mm
1.9x1.5cm at 322mm
265.1x149.1cm at 9mm
4.5x2.5cm at 540mm
132.6x74.6cm at 18mm
(2.0x)
2.3x1.3cm at 1080mm
106.1x59.7cm at 6.5mm
3.8x2.1cm at 180mm
53.1x29.9cm at 13mm
(2.0x)
1.9x1.1cm at 360mm
106.1x59.7cm at 6.5mm
3.8x2.1cm at 180mm
53.1x29.9cm at 13mm
(2.0x)
1.9x1.1cm at 360mm
99.0x55.7cm at 7mm
4.2x2.4cm at 161mm
49.5x27.9cm at 14mm
2.1x1.2cm at 322mm
250.6x255.5x547.8mm
250.6x255.5x567mm
250.6x255.5x550mm
250.6x255.5x525mm
19.9kg(43.8lbs)
23.3kg (51.4lbs)
21.9kg (48.3lbs)
19.5kg (42.5lbs)
––
Option (Remote)
Option (Remote)
––
Option
Option
Option
Option
––
––
––
––
Option
––
Option
Option
––
Yes
––
––
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
68.2°x53.8° at 6.5mm
2.8°x2.1° at 180mm
37.4°x28.5° at 13mm
1.4°x1.1° at 360mm
(2.0x)
72.9°x45.1° at 6.5mm
3.1°x1.7° at 180mm
40.5°x23.5° at 13mm
1.5°x0.9° at 360mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
64.3°x50.5° at 7mm
3.1°x2.3° at 161mm
34.9°x26.5° at 14mm
1.6°x1.2° at 322mm
68.8°x42.1° at 7mm
3.4°x1.9° at 161mm
37.8°x21.8° at 14mm
1.7°x1.0° at 322mm
Studio/Field Lenses
DIGISUPER 60 xs
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
Reference: The following is the lens angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3 mode of switchable cameras as explained on page 9.
43.6°x33.4° at 9mm
0.76°x0.57° at 540mm
22.6°x17.1° at 18mm
(2.0x)
0.38°x0.29° at 1080mm
58.0°x45.1° at 6.5mm
2.3°x1.7° at 180mm
31.0°x23.5° at 13mm
1.1°x0.9° at 360mm
(2.0x)
54.3°x42.1° at 7mm
2.5°x1.9° at 161mm
27.9°x21.1° at 14mm
1.3°x1.0° at 322mm
(2.0x)
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Studio/Field Lenses
Compact Studio Lens
DIGISUPER 22 xs
Corresponding to the world’s trend
of using portable cameras in HD
Studio Systems, Canon introduces
a new concept for a Studio Lens.
The DIGISUPER 22 xs is a “Compact HD Studio lens”
which was specifically designed to be used with a
portable camera.
DIGISUPER 22 xs
XJ22x7.3B IE-D
Zoom Ratio
22x
Built-in Extender
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
7.3~161mm
14.6~322mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
(with Extender)
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
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
62.2°x48.7° at 7.3mm
3.1°x2.3° at 161mm
33.5°x25.5° at 14.6mm
1.6°x1.2° at 322mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
66.7°x40.6° at 7.3mm
3.4°x1.9° at 161mm
36.4°x21.0° at 14.6mm
1.7°x1.0° at 322mm
Angular Field of
View
(with Extender)
M.O.D. from Lens Front
Object Dimensions
at M.O.D.
(with Extender)
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
(2.0x)
■High Optical Performance
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
118.1x66.4cm at 7.3mm
5.2 x 2.9cm at 161mm
59.1 x 33.2cm at 14.6mm
(2.0x)
2.6 x 1.5cm at 322mm
Approx.Mass
6.1kg (13.42lbs)
Macro
Standard (Manual)
Protection Filter
––
Built-in Optical Image Stabilizer
––
Crossover Type
Option
In order to realize the best capabilities from the camera / lens combination,
the lens was specifically designed to be as small and light as possible.
■Advanced Operation
By adopting the “Encoder Device”, it has capable features to zoom from a
very fast 0.5 sec. to a very slow 5 min. and at the same time, making the
zoom, focus and iris control much more precise and repeatable. Also, the
new encoder device enables the lens to be easily integrated into virtual
studio applications.
■Diverse Functions
107.8x80.9cm at 7.3mm
4.8 x 3.6cm at 161mm
53.9 x 40.5cm at 14.6mm
(2.0x)
2.4 x 1.8cm at 322mm
165x175x336mm
The DIGISUPER 22 xs offers higher contrast and resolution compared with
portable lenses and at the same time, reducing the Focus Breathing to a zero
level.
■Small In Size, Light In Weight
0.8m (10mm with Macro)
Approx.Size(WxHxL)
By adopting technologies developed from Canon’s long
history, the DIGISUPER 22 xs is superior in both
optical performance and ease of operation, compared
with HD portable lenses as well as all previous SD
Studio Box Type Lenses.
The DIGISUPER 22 xs is equipped with an
information display, which will enable you to use
diverse digital functions, easily and precisely.
165
336.3
F.B.=48
in air
175
Model Number
Reference: The following is the lens angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3
mode of switchable cameras as explained on page 9.
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Angular Field
of View
4:3 mode of
Most Switchable
Cameras
(with Extender)
(7.2x5.4mm)
52.5°x40.6° at 7.3mm
2.6°x1.9° at 161mm
27.7°x21.0° at 14.6mm
1.3°x1.0° at 322mm
(2.0x)
•Refer to page 11, regarding the difference between HDTV and SDTV lenses. Please note that HDTV lenses also perform excellently when they are adopted to SDTV cameras.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance
•The SUP-400 supporter for the DIGISUPER 22xs is included as a standard component with the lens.
Features; DIGISUPER Studio/Field Lenses
Studio/Field Lenses
The latest version of the DIGISUPER series Studio/Field lenses are developed with the most advanced technologies,
keeping in mind possible future production style. In the DIGISUPER series, the focus and the zoom servo systems
are digital using a 32-bit CPU as opposed to the conventional analog system. The second generation of Digital Servo
offers functions that were not possible before and the ability to upgrade the CPU for new features and unlimited
possibilities in the future. The main features are as follows.
(Digital Servo System is available for DIGISUPER 100 xs, DIGISUPER 100AF, DIGISUPER 86II TELE xs,
DIGISUPER 86II xs, DIGISUPER 86AF, DIGISUPER 75 xs, DIGISUPER 72 xs, DIGISUPER 60 xs,
DIGISUPER 27AF, DIGISUPER 27, DIGISUPER 25 xs and DIGISUPER 23 xs .)
1. Unique Features of the latest DIGISUPER Series Lens and the ZDJ-D02,
Digital Servo Zoom Demand
a) Shuttle Shot and Frame Preset
Unlike Digital Drive in the portable lenses, two preset memories are available in any combination of Shuttle Shot and Frame
Preset.
Shuttle Shot
At the touch of a button, this feature allows the operator to zoom back and forth instantly between any two positions at the
maximum speed or at any desired speed memorized in the speed preset function in either direction. It can be used for zooming to
either the tele-side or wider focal length from any starting point to check the picture, then return instantly to the original focal
length. You can “shuttle” between any two zoom positions as you like.
Frame Preset
A movement to a preset position can, again, be repeated multiple times. The preset memory is not automatically cleared and the
agreed-on framings from rehearsal can be duplicated over and over in an actual production at the maximum speed or at any
desired speed memorized in the speed preset function.
b) Speed Preset
A zoom speed agreed on during rehearsal can be reproduced accurately. The preset memory is not automatically cleared and can
be repeated as many times as needed.
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c) Zoom Track
The zoom control range can be restricted. In a conventional analog system, the same function can be set within a limited range.
(Both the Tele and Wide ends are within a limited area). With the latest DIGISUPER series and the ZDJ-D02 system, the range can
be virtually set at any position used in a production. If desired, this function can be used to memorize an additional preset zoom
position to be used during a production.
d) Zoom Servo Characteristics Selection
Zoom servo characteristics can be selected from several groups of provided curvatures by setting the mode from the ZDJ-D02 operation
panel. Within each group, one of three specific curvatures can be easily chosen by a toggle switch located near the zoom handle.
S
B
Thumb Ring Rotation Angle
B
A
A
S
B
Thumb Ring Rotation Angle
S
B
S
A
S
B
B
Zoom Speed
B
A
A
Zoom Speed
S
Zoom Speed
A
Zoom Speed
A
S
Thumb Ring Rotation Angle
Standard Curvature Group
e) “AUX” Switch Function Assignment
One of following functions can be assigned to the AUX switch on the ZDJ-D02.
1) Image Stabilizer : To activate/stop the built-in Shift-IS function. (Ref: page 10)
2) F. Hold: To limit the zoom range to a consistent F-number and to stop at the point of F-drop (Ramping).
3) Video Return Off: If desired, the "AUX" switch can be assigned the function of disabling the video return switch on the demand.
2. Unique Features of the ZDJ-P01 Digital Servo Zoom Demand For The Latest
DIGISUPER Series Zoom Lenses.
In addition to Canon's ZDJ-D02, there is an introduction of a new
zoom demand, the ZDJ-P01. In comparison, the ZDJ-P01 is
smaller in size and designed to enhance usability and heighten ease
of operation. When used with the latest DIGISUPER series zoom
lens, it allows for creative use of the digital zoom functions, such
as the Frame Preset Function and Zoom Track Function, to name a
few. As well as these great features, the ZDJ-P01 is a more
affordable option and allows for a cost effective control system.
IS SWITCH WITH LED
EXTENDER SWITCH
TALK BACK SWITCH
FRAME PRESET
SWITCH
ZOOM TRACK
SWITCH
ZOOM SPEED
3. CAFS
Constant Angle Focusing System
The zooming effect of focus is the phenomenon where the picture size (angle of view)
changes when focusing. However, a 32-bit CPU calculates and controls the zoom when
focusing in order to counteract this phenomenon. Thus the DIGISUPER series has ZERO
zooming effect of focus.
Focus
Motor
Digital
Sensor
Motor
18
Digital
Sensor
32Bit
CPU
CPU
4. Other Features
Zoom
CPU
Digital Servo System
a) Interface to other digital technology
The Digital Servo System is capable of providing high-speed interactive communication with a virtual studio computer or robotics
without D/A or A/D conversion to allow accurate control.
b) PC Connection
By using the digital communication interface on the lens and optional software, a personal computer system can be connected to
the lens and used for lens condition.
c) CPU Upgrade
When new additional features are available through updated software, the lens will be updated to the latest version simply by
overwriting the software in the 32bit CPU.
d) High speed (zoom:0.5sec, focus:0.8sec in case of the DIGISUPER 27), and high repeatability.
e) Auto Focus Function
Canon's unique auto focusing system has been adapted to the newly introduced DIGISUPER 100AF, DIGISUPER 86AF and
DIGISUPER 27AF. Please refer to page 5 for the details.
Control Accessories for Studio/Field Lenses
*2
Full Servo System
Applicable Lenses
*1
DIGISUPER Series
1-A
1-B
3-A,B
2-A
2-C
2-D
2-B
1-A. Zoom Demand ZDJ-D02(Digital Servo)
1-B. Zoom Demand ZDJ-P01(Digital Servo)
2-A. Focus Demand FDJ-D02(Digital Servo)*3
2-B. Focus Demand FDJ-D12(Digital Servo)*4
2-C. Focus Demand FDJ-P01(Digital Servo)
2-D. Focus Demand FDJ-P31(Digital Servo)*7
3-A. Servo Module SMJ-D02(×2pcs)*6
3-B. Servo Module SMJ-E01(×2pcs)*6
Semi-Servo System
1822A066
1822A082
1822A065
1822A071
1822A081
1822A070
1822A077
Full Manual System
*2
*1
*2
*1
1
3
3
2-A, B
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Studio/Field Lenses
DIGISUPER 100AF / DIGISUPER 100 xs
DIGISUPER 862TELE xs
DIGISUPER 86AF / DIGISUPER 862xs
DIGISUPER 75 xs / DIGISUPER 72 xs
DIGISUPER 60 xs
DIGISUPER 27AF / DIGISUPER 27
DIGISUPER 23 xs
4
1
4
5
3
2
1.
2-A.
2-B.
3.
4.
5.
Zoom Demand ZDJ-D02(Digital Servo)
Servo Module SMJ-D02
Servo Module SMJ-E01*6
Flexible Focus Controller FFP-T61
Flexible Module FMJ-702
Flexible Cable 36" *5
1822A066
1822A070
1822A077
1822A007
1822A072
1. Flexible Zoom Controller FZP-T61
1822A005
2. Flexible Focus Controller FFP-T61
1822A007
3. Flexible Module FMJ-702 (×2pcs)
1822A072
4. Flexible Cable 36" (×2pcs) *5
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
Switch Box is optionally available. The equivalent switches are integrated into Zoom Demands. It is recommended to have the Switch Box with Full Manual System.
Lens Supporter is necessary for portable camera mounting. Some cameras need separate power supply for zoom and focus servo operation.
“Endless” Digital Focus Demand FDJ-E02 is optionally available.
“Endless” Digital Focus Demand FDJ-E12 is optionally available.
Flexible Cable 33” is optionally available.
The servo module SMJ-E01 can only be used with DIGISUPER 100AF, DIGISUPER 86AF, DIGISUPER 60 xs, DIGISUPER 27AF, DIGISUPER 27 and DIGISUPER 23 xs.
The servo module SMJ-D02 can only be used with DIGISUPER 100 xs, DIGISUPER 862 TELE, DIGISUPER 862xs, DIGISUPER 75 xs, DIGISUPER 72 xs and
DIGISUPER 25 xs
*7 For DIGISUPER 100 AF, DIGISUPER 86 AF and DIGISUPER 27AF, FDJ-P31 is necessary to control the AF function. FDJ-P41 is also available for left hand users.
• Zoom Demand and Focus Demand with Pre-set Box is also available.
• For detail information, please contact a Canon Sales Office.
DIGISUPER 22 xs
With Current ENG Demand (Standard)
The DIGISUPER 22 xs can be used with our current Studio/Field lens controllers as well as
those for our ENG lenses. At the same time, the lens also offers compatibility with our new
digital demands by use of a conversion cable.
With New Digital Demand
With Current Field/Studio Demand
7.3-16
7.3-16
1mm
20P
1:1.8
20P
20P
Kit Detail
1
12P
20P
1
20P
20P
DISPLAY
18P
2
Kit Detail
Kit Detail
No.
DESCRIPTION
3
18P
3
12P
No.
1:1.8
DISPLAY
1mm
DISPLAY
2
1mm
7.3-16
1:1.8
No.
DESCRIPTION
1
Digital Zoom Demand
ZSD-300D
1
Digital Zoom Demand
ZDJ-P01
2
Digital Focus Demand
FPD-400D
2
Digital Focus Demand
FDJ-P01
3
Conversion Cable
BDC-20
* The SUP-400 SUPPORTER is included as a standard component with the lens.
1-a
2-a
2-b
3
2-a
1-a
2-b
DESCRIPTION
Digital Zoom Demand
Digital Focus Demand
Digital Focus Demand Propeller Type
Conversion Cable
ZDJ-D02
FDJ-D02
FDJ-D12
BDC-10
19
Applicable Lenses
SUPER/SUPER-E Series
SUPER 55, SUPER E47, SUPER 21, SUPER 20/SUPER E20
Full Servo System
Semi-Servo System
*2
Full Manual System
*2
*1
*2
*1
*1
2-A
4
3
2-B
1.
Zoom Demand ZDJ-A01(Analog Servo)
2-A. Focus Demand FDJ-I01(Analog Servo)
1822A053
1822A010
2-B. Focus Demand FDJ-H01 (Analog Servo)*4 1822A012
3.
*1
*2
*3
*4
•
•
Servo Module SMJ-N02 (×2pcs)*4
1822A038
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
4*3
4*3
1
5*3
1
3
3
2
3
1
2
Zoom Demand ZDJ-A01(Analog Servo)
Servo Module SMJ-N02*4
Flexible Focus Controller FFP-T61
Flexible Module FMJ-702
Flexible Cable 36"*3
1822A053
1822A038
1822A007
1822A072AA
1. Flexible Zoom Controller FZP-T61
1822A005
2. Flexible Focus Controller FFP-T61
1822A007
3. Flexible Module FMJ-702(×2pcs)
1822A072AA
4. Flexible Cable 36"(×2pcs) *3
Switch Box is optionally available. The equivalent switches are integrated into Zoom Demands. It is recommended to have the Switch Box with Full Manual System.
Lens Supporter is necessary for portable camera mounting. Some cameras need separate power supply for zoom and focus servo operation.
Flexible Cable 33” is optionally available.
FDJ-H01 and SMJ-N02 is not available from Canon stock.
Zoom Demand and Focus Demand with Pre-set Box is also available.
For detail information, please contact a Canon Sales Office.
Studio/Field Lenses Mount Compatibility
To Use Camera Manufacturer's Original Mount Lens
Studio/Field lenses are made with unique mounts corresponding to each manufacturer‘s Studio/Field cameras. To make the lenses compatible with Portable Studio/Field
Companion cameras, the correct lens Support System must be chosen from the following.
Standard HD Mount (BTA)
2/3" Portable
Companion Cameras
with Standard HD Mount System
Panasonic, Ikegami, Hitachi
Thomson Grass Valley
Standard HD Mount
Studio Camera
Systems from
Various
Manufacturers
Sony
SUP-NP2S
Thomson Grass Valley-SDTV
Sony 2/3" Studio Camera
Lens with
Sony Original
Mount
SUP-NS3S
Sony System
Companion
Portable Camera
20
LDK 2/3" Studio Camera
Lens with
LDK Original
Mount
Xpander LDK4489/
Super Xpander LDK4488
Large Lens Adaptor
LDK System Companion
Portable Camera
■ Please refer to page 6,7 & 8 regarding
HDxs, e-IFxs and HDgc series lenses.
All Broadcast ENG/EFP lens are equipped with
Canon’s “xs” technology as well as our enhanced
“Digital Drive” which is explained on page 31 &
32. Canon offers a series of new control
accessories designed to operate the unique digital
functions. The digital as well as the standard series
of control accessories have full compatibility with
each other except for the digital functions.
(A conversion cable may be required.)
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
Broadcast
ENG/EFP
Lenses
■ Canon offers a variety of Broadcast ENG/EFP
lenses, including both HDTV and SDTV versions.
Please refer to page 11 regarding the difference
between HDTV and SDTV lenses. Please note that
the HDTV lenses perform excellently when they
are used on SDTV cameras.
■ Canon’s Vari-angle Prism Image Stabilizer Adaptor
is also shown in the following section.
■ Canon’s Electronic Cinematography lenses, which
satisfy the special requirements of film camera
operators, are shown in the following section.
■ Please refer to page 26-29 for our latest HDgc
ENG lenses.
Compact Studio Lens
For HDTV / SDTV System
DIGISUPER 22 xs
“Meet Canon’s epoch-making DIGISUPER 22 xs.
A Studio Lens for Portable HD/SD Cameras.”
For SDTV System
Vari-angle Prism Image Stabilizer Product
The DIGISUPER 22 xs is a studio lens based on a completely
new concept. It is a box type lens developed to be used with a
portable camera. The lens provides higher optical performance
compared with the HD portable lenses and at the same time,
owing to the compact size, it offers higher versatility when
used with a portable camera as opposed to the large box type
lenses.
Also, the lens is equipped with an information display that
will enable you to fully use Canon’s unique digital functions.
Please refer to page 16 for the
specification.
For Electronic Cinematography
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2/3” ENG/EFP Lenses
HJ40x14B IASD-V
HJ40x10B IASD-V
HJ18ex28B IRSE A/IASE A
Zoom Ratio
40x
40x
18x
Image Size
2/3"
2/3"
2/3"
Built-in Extender
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
14~560mm
28~1120mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
(with Extender)
1:2.8 at 14~307mm
1:5.1 at 560mm
1:5.6 at 28~614mm
1:10.2 at 1120mm
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
34.9°x26.5° at 14mm
0.9°x0.7° at 560mm
17.9°x13.4° at 28mm
0.5°x0.3° at 1120mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
37.8°x21.8° at 14mm
1.0°x0.6° at 560mm
19.4°x11.0° at 28mm
0.5°x0.3° at 1120mm
Angular Field of
View
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
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
47.5°x36.5° at 10mm
1.3°x0.9° at 400mm
24.8°x18.7° at 20mm
0.6°x0.5° at 800mm
51.3°x30.2° at 10mm
1.4°x0.8° at 400mm
27.0°x15.4° at 20mm
0.7°x0.4° at 800mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
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
18.0°x13.5° at 28mm
1.0°x0.8° at 500mm
9.0°x6.8° at 56mm
0.5°x0.4° at 1000mm
19.6°x11.1° at 28mm
1.1°x0.6° at 500mm
9.9°x5.6° at 56mm
0.6°x0.3° at 1000mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
M.O.D. from Lens Front
2.8m (10mm with Macro)
2.8m (10mm with Macro)
2.2m (10mm with Macro)
M.O.D. from Image Plane
3.20m
3.18m
2.52m
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
162.3x121.7cm at 14mm
4.1x3.1cm at 560mm
81.2x60.9cm at 28mm
(2.0x)
2.1x1.6cm at 1120mm
227.7x170.8cm at 10mm
5.7x4.3cm at 400mm
113.9x85.4cm at 20mm
2.9x2.2cm at 800mm (2.0x)
65.4x49.1cm at 28mm
3.8x2.9cm at 500mm
32.7x24.6cm at 56mm
1.9x1.5cm at 1000mm
(2.0x)
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
177.1x99.5cm at 14mm
4.5x2.5cm at 560mm
88.6x49.8cm at 28mm
2.3x1.3cm at 1120mm
248.4x139.7cm at 10mm
6.2x3.5cm at 400mm
124.2x69.9cm at 20mm
(2.0x)
3.1x1.8cm at 800mm
71.1x40.0cm at 28mm
4.1x2.3cm at 500mm
35.6x20.0cm at 56mm
2.1x1.2cm at 1000mm
(2.0x)
Object Dimensions
at M.O.D.
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
Approx.Size (WxHxL)
174.1x133x355.5mm
174.1x133x335.4mm
182.8x123.7x268.3mm
Approx.Mass (IRSE/IASE)
5.45kg (12.02lbs)
5.40kg (11.90lbs)
2.50kg (5.52lbs)/2.60kg (5.74lbs)
Reference: The following is the lens angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3 mode of switchable cameras, as explained on page 9.
Angular Field
of View
4:3 mode of
Most Switchable
Cameras
(with Extender)
(7.2x5.4mm)
28.8°x21.8° at 14mm
0.7°x0.6°at 560mm
14.7°x11.0° at 28mm
0.4°x0.3° at 1120mm
(2.0x)
39.6°x30.2° at 10mm
1.0°x0.8°at 400mm
20.4°x15.4° at 20mm
0.5°x0.4° at 800mm
(2.0x)
14.7°x11.1° at 28mm
0.8°x0.6°at 500mm
7.4°x5.6° at 56mm
0.4°x0.3° at 1000mm
(2.0x)
•Refer to page 11, regarding the difference between HDTV and SDTV lenses. Please note that HDTV lenses also perform excellently when they are adopted to SDTV cameras.
•Please refer to page 33 for explanation about IRSE/IASE (IASD).
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance
•IRSE / IASE Digital Drive Units come equipped with Zoom, Iris and Focus Encoders.
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ENG
HJ21ex7.5B IRSE A/IASE A
HJ17ex7.6B IRSE A/IASE A
HJ14ex4.3B IRSE/IASE
22x
21x
17x
14x
2/3"
2/3"
2/3"
2/3"
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
7.6~168mm
15.2~336mm
(2.0x)
7.5~158mm
15~316mm
1:1.8 at 7.6~114.1mm
1: 2.65 at 168mm
1:3.6 at 15.2~228.2mm
(2.0x)
1:5.3 at 336mm
1:1.9 at 7.5~116mm
1:2.6 at 158mm
1:3.8 at 15~232mm
1:5.2 at 316mm
60.1°x46.9° at 7.6mm
3.0°x2.25° at 168mm
32.3°x24.5° at 15.2mm
(2.0x)
1.5°x1.13° at 336mm
60.8°x47.5° at 7.5mm
3.2°x2.4° at 158mm
32.7°x24.8° at 15mm
1.6°x1.2° at 316mm
64.6°x39.1°
3.27°x1.84°
35.1°x20.1°
1.64°x0.92°
65.2°x39.6° at 7.5mm
3.5°x2.0° at 158mm
35.5°x20.4° at 15mm
1.7°x1.0° at 316mm
at
at
at
at
7.6mm
168mm
15.2mm
(2.0x)
336mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
7.6~130mm
15.2~260mm
1:1.8
1:2.4
1:3.6
1:4.8
at
at
at
at
7.6~97.5mm
130mm
15.2~195mm
260mm
60.1°x46.9° at 7.6mm
3.9°x2.9° at 130mm
32.3°x24.5° at 15.2mm
1.9°x1.5° at 260mm
64.6°x39.1° at 7.6mm
4.2°x2.4° at 130mm
35.1°x20.1° at 15.2mm
2.1°x1.2° at 260mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
4.3~60mm
8.6~120mm
1:1.8
1:2.7
1:3.6
1:5.4
at
at
at
at
4.3~40mm
60mm
8.6~80mm
120mm
91.3°x75.0° at 4.3mm
8.4°x6.3° at 60mm
54.2°x42.0° at 8.6mm
4.2°x3.2° at 120mm
96.3°x64.2° at 4.3mm
9.1°x5.2° at 60mm
58.3°x34.9° at 8.6mm
4.6°x2.6° at 120mm
(2.0x)
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
HJ22ex7.6B IRSE A/IASE A
EFP
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
0.85m (10mm with Macro)
0.85m (10mm with Macro)
0.56m (10mm with Macro)
0.3m(10mm with Macro)
1.11m
1.16m
0.81m
0.59m
92.5x69.4cm at 7.6mm
4.25x3.19cm at 168mm
46.3x34.7cm at 15.26mm
2.13x1.6cm at 336mm (2.0x)
110.1x82.6cm at 7.5mm
5.1x3.8cm at 158mm
55.1x41.3cm at 15mm
(2.0x)
2.6x1.9cm at 316mm
59.9x44.9cm at 7.6mm
3.7x2.8cm at 130mm
30.0x22.5cm at 15.2mm
(2.0x)
1.9x1.4cm at 260mm
69.9x52.4cm at 4.3mm
4.8x3.6cm at 60mm
35.0x26.2cm at 8.6mm
2.4x1.8cm at 120mm
(2.0x)
100.6x56.6cm at 7.6mm
4.60x2.60cm at 168mm
50.3x28.4cm at 15.2mm
2.30x1.30cm at 336mm (2.0x)
120.4x67.7cm at 7.5mm
5.6x3.2cm at 158mm
60.2x33.9cm at 15mm
(2.0x)
2.8x1.6cm at 316mm
65.4x36.8cm at 7.6mm
4.0x2.3cm at 130mm
32.7x18.4cm at 15.2mm
2.0x1.2cm at 260mm
76.4x43cm at 4.3mm
5.2x2.9cm at 60mm
38.2x21.5cm at 8.6mm
2.6x1.5cm at 120mm
(2.0x)
169.4x111.9x221.4mm
179.9x122.3x260.1mm
164x106.5x206.4mm
163.5x110.8x247.8mm
1.83kg(4.04lbs)/1.93kg(4.27lbs)
2.63kg (5.81lbs)/2.73kg (6.03lbs)
1.62kg (3.56lbs)/1.72kg (3.78lbs) 1.99kg (4.39lbs)/2.07kg (4.56lbs)
Reference: The following is the lens angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3 mode of switchable cameras, as explained on page 9.
50.7°x39.1° at 7.6mm
2.46°x1.84°at 168mm
26.6°x20.1° at 15.2mm
1.22°x0.92° at 336mm
(2.0x)
51.3°x39.6° at 7.5mm
2.6°x2.0°at 158mm
27.0°x20.4° at 15mm
1.3°x1.0° at 316mm
(2.0x)
50.7°x39.1° at 7.6mm
3.2°x2.4° at 130mm
26.6°x20.1° at 15.2mm
(2.0x)
1.6°x1.2° at 260mm
79.9°x64.2° at 4.3mm
6.9°x5.2° at 60mm
45.4°x34.9° at 8.6mm
3.4°x2.6° at 120mm
(2.0x)
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2/3” ENG/EFP Lenses
J35ex15B IASD
J35ex11B IASD
J22ex7.6B IRSE/IASE
Zoom Ratio
35x
35x
22x
Image Size
2/3"
2/3"
2/3"
Built-in Extender
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
15~525mm
30~1050mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
(with Extender)
1:2.7 at 15~301.5mm
1:4.7 at 525mm
1:5.4 at 30~602mm
1:9.4 at 1050mm
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
32.7°x24.8° at 15mm
0.96°x0.72° at 525mm
16.7°x12.6° at 30mm
0.48°x0.36° at 1050mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
35.5°x20.4° at 15mm
1.05°x0.59° at 525mm
18.2°x10.3° at 30mm
0.52°x0.29° at 1050mm
Angular Field
of View
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
11~385mm
22~770mm
1:2.0 at 11~226.5mm
1:3.4 at 385mm
1:4.0 at 22~453mm
1:6.8 at 770mm
43.6°x33.4° at 11mm
1.31°x0.98° at 385mm
22.6°x17.1° at 22mm
0.65°x0.49° at 770mm
47.1°x27.6° at 11mm
1.43°x0.80° at 385mm
24.6°x14.0° at 22mm
0.71°x0.40° at 770mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
7.6~168mm
15.2~336mm
1:1.8 at 7.6~118.6mm
1:2.55 at 168mm
1:3.6 at 15.2~237.2mm
1:5.1 at 336mm
60.1°x46.9° at 7.6mm
3.0°x2.3° at 168mm
32.3°x24.5° at 15.2mm
1.5°x1.1° at 336mm
64.6°x39.1° at 7.6mm
3.3°x1.8° at 168mm
35.1°x20.1° at 15.2mm
1.6°x0.9° at 336mm
M.O.D. from Lens Front
2.2m(50mm with Macro)
2.2m(50mm with Macro)
0.8m (10mm with Macro)
M.O.D. from Image Plane
2.57m
2.56m
1.06m
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
118.3x88.7cm at 15mm
3.5x2.6cm at 525mm
59.2x44.4cm at 30mm
1.8x1.4cm at 1050mm
161.9x121.4cm at 11mm
4.7x3.5cm at 385mm
81.0x61.0cm at 22mm
2.4x1.8cm at 770mm
87.4x65.6cm at 7.6mm
4.0x3.0cm at 168mm
43.7x32.8cm at 15.2mm
2.0x1.5cm at 336mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
129.2x72.7cm at 15mm
3.8x2.1cm at 525mm
64.6x36.4cm at 30mm
1.9x1.1cm at 1050mm
Object Dimensions
at M.O.D.
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
176.8x99.5cm at 11mm
5.1x2.9cm at 385mm
88.4x49.8cm at 22mm
2.6x1.5cm at 770mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
95.0x53.4cm at 7.6mm
4.4x2.5cm at 168mm
47.5x26.7cm at 15.2mm
2.2x1.2cm at 336mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
Approx.Size (WxHxL)
169.5x143x330mm
169.5x143x316mm
169.4x111.9x218.6mm
Approx.Mass (IRSE/IASE)
— / 4.5kg (9.94lbs)
— / 4.5kg (9.83lbs)
1.79kg (3.95lbs)/1.89kg (4.17lbs)
Reference: The following is the lens angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3 mode of switchable cameras, as explained on page 9.
Angular Field
of View
4:3 mode of
Most Switchable
Cameras
(with Extender)
(7.2x5.4mm)
27.0°x20.4° at 15mm
0.79°x0.59° at 525mm
13.7°x10.3° at 30mm
0.39°x0.29° at 1050mm
(2.0x)
36.3°x27.6° at 11mm
1.07°x0.80° at 385mm
18.6°x14.0° at 22mm
0.53°x0.40° at 770mm
•Refer to page 11, regarding the difference between HDTV and SDTV lenses. Please note that HDTV lenses also perform
excellently when they are adopted to SDTV cameras.
•Please refer to page 33 for explanation about IRSE/IASE.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance
•IRSE Digital Drive Units come equipped with Zoom and Iris Encoders only. A Focus Encoder is available as
an option in these units. IASE Digital Drive Units come equipped with Zoom, Iris and Focus Encoders.
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(2.0x)
50.7°x39.1° at 7.6mm
2.5°x1.8° at 168mm
26.6°x20.1° at 15.2mm
1.2°x0.9° at 336mm
(2.0x)
J11ex4.5B IRSE/IASE
11x
2/3"
2.0x
1:1.8 at 4.5~36mm
1:2.35 at 50mm
1:3.6 at 9~72mm
1:4.7 at 100mm
88.7°x72.5° at 4.5mm
10.1°x7.6° at 50mm
52.1°x40.3° at 9mm
5.0°x3.8° at 100mm
93.7°x61.9° at 4.5mm
11.0°x6.2° at 50mm
56.1°x33.4° at 9mm
5.5°x3.1° at 100mm
(2.0x)
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
4.5~50mm
9~100mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
0.3m(10mm with Macro)
0.58m
67.9x50.9cm at 4.5mm
5.9x4.4cm at 50mm
34.0x25.5cm at 9mm
3.0x2.2cm at 100mm
74.4x41.7cm at 4.5mm
6.4x3.6cm at 50mm
37.0x20.8cm at 9mm
3.2x1.8cm at 100mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
168.2x110.6x237.7mm
1.83kg (4.03lbs)/1.93kg (4.25lbs)
Reference: The following is the lens
angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3
mode of switchable cameras.
77.3°x61.9° at 4.5mm
8.24°x6.18° at 50mm
43.6°x33.4° at 9mm
4.12°x3.09° at 100mm
(2.0x)
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HDgc Series
ENG Lenses
■The HDgc is a lens series consists of a variety of HDTV ENG
Lenses for 2/3" , 1/2" and 1/3" image size cameras. The HDgc
series will support the emergence of an important new generation
of cost-effective HD acquisition systems.
■Please refer to Page 7 for the introduction of the HDgc Series.
For 2/3" Cameras
For 1/2" Cameras
For 1/3" Cameras
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HDgc Series Lenses (With Extender)
KJ21ex7.6B IRSE
KJ17ex7.7B IRSE/IASE
KJ10ex4.5B IRSE
21x
17x
10x
Image Size
2/3"
2/3"
2/3"
Built-in Extender
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
7.6~160mm
15.2~320mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
(with Extender)
1:1.8 at 7.6~112.9mm
1:2.55 at 160mm
1:3.6 at 15.2~225.9mm
1:5.1 at 320mm
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
60.1°x46.9° at 7.6mm
3.2°x2.4° at 160mm
32.3°x24.5° at 15.2mm
1.6°x1.2° at 320mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
64.6°x39.1° at 7.6mm
3.4°x1.9° at 160mm
35.1°x20.1° at 15.2mm
1.7°x1.0° at 320mm
Angular Field of View
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
7.7~131mm
15.4~262mm
1:1.8 at 7.7~102.5mm
1:2.3 at 131mm
1:3.6 at 15.4~205mm
1:4.6 at 262mm
59.5°x46.4° at 7.7mm
3.85°x2.89° at 131mm
31.9°x24.2° at 15.4mm
1.92°x1.44° at 262mm
63.9°x38.6° at 7.7mm
4.2°x2.36° at 131mm
34.6°x19.9° at 15.4mm
2.1°x1.18° at 262mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
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
88.7°x72.5° at 4.5mm
11.2°x8.4° at 45mm
52.1°x40.3° at 9mm
5.6°x4.2° at 90mm
93.7°x61.9° at 4.5mm
12.2°x6.9° at 45mm
56.1°x33.4° at 9mm
6.1°x3.4° at 90mm
0.8m (10mm with Macro)
0.6m (10mm with Macro)
0.3m (10mm with Macro)
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
87.4x65.6cm at 7.6mm
4.0x3.0cm at 160mm
43.7x32.8cm at 15.2mm
2.0x1.5cm at 320mm
63.1x47.3cm at 7.7mm
3.8x2.9cm at 131mm
31.6x23.7cm at 15.4mm
1.9x1.5cm at 262mm
(2.0x)
67.9x50.9cm at 4.5mm
5.9x4.4cm at 45mm
34.0x25.5cm at 9mm
3.0x2.2cm at 90mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
95.0x53.4cm at 7.6mm
4.4x2.5cm at 160mm
47.5x26.7cm at 15.2mm
2.2x1.2cm at 320mm
(2.0x)
74.1x41.7cm at 4.5mm
6.4x3.6cm at 45mm
37.0x20.8cm at 9mm
3.2x1.8cm at 90mm
M.O.D. from Lens Front
Object Dimensions
at M.O.D.
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
68.5x38.5cm at 7.7mm
4.2x2.4cm at 131mm
34.3x19.3cm at 15.4mm
32.1x1.2cm at 262mm
Approx. Size (WxHxL)
169.4x111.9x218.6mm
159.3x106.6x197.8mm
168.2x110.6x237.7mm
Approx. Mass
1.79kg (3.95lbs)
1.48kg (3.26lbs)/1.56kg(3.44lbs)
1.83kg (4.04lbs)
(2.0x)
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
2/3"
Zoom Ratio
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
•All the IRSE/IASE lenses are equipped with Canon's Enhanced Digital Drive. Please see page 31-32 for the detail information.
•“IRSD PS12” model for KJ21ex/KJ17ex/KJ10ex is available as an exclusive model for Panasonic AJ-HPX500.
•For control accessories, please refer to page 33 and 34.
•Please refer to page 33 for explanation about IRSE/IASE.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance.
•For KJ17ex, IRSE / IASE Digital Drive Units come equipped with Zoom, Iris and Focus Encoders. For KJ10ex and KJ21ex, IRSE Digital Drive Unit come equipped with
Zoom and Iris Encoders only. A Focus Encoder is available as an option in these units.
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HDgc Series Lenses (With Extender)
1/2"
KH21ex5.7 IRSE
KH16ex5.7 IRSE
KH10ex3.6 IRSE
Zoom Ratio
21x
16x
10x
Image Size
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
Built-in Extender
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
5.7~120mm
11.4~240mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
(with Extender)
1:1.4 at 5.7~86mm
1:1.95 at 120mm
1:2.8 at 11.4~172mm
1:3.9 at 240mm
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
58.6°x45.7° at 5.7mm
3.0°x2.3° at 120mm
31.4°x23.8° at 11.4mm
1.5°x1.1° at 240mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
62.9°x38.0° at 5.7mm
3.3°x1.9° at 120mm
34.0°x19.5° at 11.4mm
1.7°x0.9° at 240mm
Angular Field of View
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
5.7~92mm
11.4~184mm
1:1.4
1:1.8
1:2.8
1:3.6
at
at
at
at
5.7~71.6mm
92mm
11.4~143.1mm
184mm
58.6°x45.7° at 5.7mm
4.0°x3.0° at 92mm
31.4°x23.8° at 11.4mm
2.0°x1.5° at 184mm
62.9°x38.0° at 5.7mm
4.3°x2.4° at 92mm
34.0°x19.5° at 11.4mm
2.1°x1.2° at 184mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
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
83.3°x67.4° at 3.6mm
10.2°x7.6° at 36mm
47.9°x36.9° at 7.2mm
5.0°x3.8° at 72mm
88.1°x57.1° at 3.6mm
11.1°x6.2° at 36mm
51.7°x30.5° at 7.2mm
5.5°x3.1° at 72mm
0.8m (10mm with Macro)
0.6m (10mm with Macro)
0.3m (10mm with Macro)
4:3 Aspect Ratio
(8.8x6.6mm)
84.9x63.7cm at 5.7mm
3.9x2.9cm at 120mm
42.5x31.9cm at 11.4mm
2.0x1.5cm at 240mm
61.9x46.4cm at 5.7mm
3.8x2.9cm at 92mm
31.0x23.2cm at 11.4mm
1.9x1.5cm at 184mm
(2.0x)
61.3x46.0cm at 3.6mm
5.4x4.1cm at 36mm
30.7x23.0cm at 7.2mm
2.7x2.0cm at 72mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio
(9.6x5.4mm)
92.2x51.9cm at 5.7mm
4.3x2.4cm at 120mm
46.1x26.0cm at 11.4mm
2.2x1.2cm at 240mm
(2.0x)
67.4x37.9cm at 3.6mm
5.9x3.3cm at 36mm
33.7x19.0cm at 7.2mm
3.0x1.7cm at 72mm
M.O.D. from Lens Front
Object Dimensions
at M.O.D.
(with Extender)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
67.2x37.8cm at 5.7mm
4.1x2.3cm at 92mm
33.6x18.9cm at 11.4mm
2.1x1.2cm at 184mm
Approx. Size (WxHxL)
169.4x111.9x217.5mm
163.9x106.3x196.7mm
168.2x110.6x240.8mm
Approx. Mass
1.79kg (3.95lbs)
1.47kg (3.24lbs)
1.83kg (4.04lbs)
•All the IRSE lenses are equipped with Canon's Enhanced Digital Drive. Please see page 31-32 for the detail information.
•For control accessories, please refer to page 33 and 34.
•Please refer to page 33 for explanation about IRSE.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance.
•IRSE Digital Drive Unit come equipped with Zoom and Iris Encoders only. A Focus Encoder is available as an option in these units.
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(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
HDgc Series Lenses (Without Extender)
KJ20x8.5B KRSD
KJ13x6B KRS
KH20x6.4 KRS
Zoom Ratio
20x
13x
20x
Image Size
2/3"
2/3"
1/2"
Range of Focal Length
8.5~170mm
6~78mm
6.4~128mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
1:1.8 at 8.5~113.3mm
1:2.7 at 170mm
1:2.0 at 6~58mm
1:2.7 at 78mm
1:1.4 at 6.4~89.6mm
1:2.0 at 128mm
Angular Field of View
16.9 Aspect Ratio (9.6x5.4mm)
58.9°x35.2° at 8.5mm
3.2°x1.8° at 170mm
77.3°x48.5° at 6mm
7.0°x4.0° at 78mm
57.1°x34.1° at 6.4mm
3.1°x1.8° at 128mm
M.O.D. from Lens Front
0.9m (10mm with Macro)
0.4m (10mm with Macro)
0.9m (10mm with Macro)
Object Dimensions at M.O.D.
16.9 Aspect Ratio (9.6x5.4mm)
92.5x52.0cm at 8.5mm
4.8x2.7cm at 170mm
74.3x41.8cm at 6mm
5.4x3.0cm at 78mm
89.8x50.5cm at 6.4mm
4.6x2.6cm at 128mm
Approx. Size (WxHxL)
163.3x103x170.4mm
165.4x105.1x211.7mm
163.3x103x182.5mm
Approx. Mass
1.27kg (2.8lbs)
1.59kg (3.51lbs)
1.27kg (2.8lbs)
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
(For 2/3" 1/2" 1/3")
•For control accessories, please refer to page 41.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance.
•KJ20x8.5B KRSD is as an exclusive model for Panasonic AJ-HPX500.
KH19x6.7-2 KAS*1
KH13x4.5 KRS
KT20x5B KRS
Zoom Ratio
19x
13x
20x
Image Size
1/2"
1/2"
1/3"
Range of Focal Length
6.7~127mm
4.5~59mm
5~100mm
Maximum Relative Aperture
1:1.6 at 6.7~96.8mm
1:2.1 at 127mm
1:1.5 at 4.5~44mm
1:2.0 at 59mm
1:1.4 at 5.0~90.3mm
1:1.55 at 100mm
Angular Field of View
16.9 Aspect Ratio (9.6x5.4mm)
55.0°x32.6° at 6.7mm
3.1°x1.8° at 127mm
75.7°x46.9° at 4.5mm
6.8°x3.8° at 59mm
51.9°x30.6° at 5mm
2.8°x1.6° at 100mm
M.O.D. from Lens Front
0.9m (50mm with Macro)
0.4m (10mm with Macro)
0.9m (10mm with Macro)
Object Dimensions at M.O.D.
16.9 Aspect Ratio (9.6x5.4mm)
98.1x55.2cm at 6.7mm
8.1x4.6cm at 127mm
73.4x41.3cm at 4.5mm
5.4x3.0cm at 59mm
82.1x46.2cm at 5.0mm
4.2x2.4cm at 100mm
Approx. Size (WxHxL)
112x88x171.8mm
165.4x105.1x215.3mm
163.3x103x171.2mm
Approx. Mass
1.26kg (2.78lbs)
1.59kg (3.51lbs)
1.19kg (2.62lbs)
*1 Specifically designed for SONY HDC-X300/X310 and the XDCAM HD.
•For control accessories, please refer to page 41.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance.
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Vari-angle Prism Optical Image Stabilizer
Canon introduces the “Vari-angle Prism” image stabilizer (VAP-IS), our patented breakthrough technology, the world’s first
Optical Image Stabilization solution provided for broadcast ENG/EFP lenses. Normally light rays from a subject pass through
the lens to the image plane. However, a vibration given to the camera causes image shaking, resulting in an unsteady image.
The VAP-IS component is composed of two pieces of flat glass joined by a flexible bellows that can expand and contract as
required. The space between the glass planes is filled with a special liquid, which exhibits a high
Image Plane
refractive index. When the VAP-IS component is placed between the subject and the optical system,
the angle of the component can be changed according to the vibration angle related to the axis of
Lens
light in the lens. This controls the angle of refraction of the light ray so that it reaches the image Vari-angle Prism
Static Condition
plane, free of shake. The VAP-IS covers a wide bandwidth of frequencies, which include high
Incident Ray
frequencies that are often encountered with moving vehicles, helicopters as well as other unsteady
platforms and will dramatically improve the video quality in such environments. The VAP-IS
technology is available in the “IS-20BII” Adaptor which is capable of operating on many Canon
lenses.
Under Stabilization
IS-20B2*
APPLICATION
The IS-20BII Image Stabilizer Adaptor is designed to
be front mounted on Canon’s range of J22ex7.6B,
J21ax7.8B, J20ax8B, J17ex7.7B, J17ax7.7B,
J16ax8B, J15ax8B and their 1/2” counterpart ENG
lenses. The full specifications of the lens including
the 2x extender can be used with the IS-20BII and
the adaptor does not cause any light loss. An
additional 12V power supply is necessary to power
the IS-20BII (not included).
System
Description
Model name
image stabilizer unit
IS-20B
SUP-15B
SUP-16B
SUP-20B
SUP-21B
SUP-22B
ADR-85
SUP-200
Style
ENG USE
Applicable Lenses
Mini-supporter
Parts for IS-20B
Adaptor Ring
EFP USE Supporter
DIGITAL
DRIVE USE conv.cable(20pM-12pF)
J15ax
CC-2012
J16ax
J17ax(1)
J17ex(1)
J20ax
(3)
SPECIFICATIONS
IS-20B2
External DC12V/3Ah minimum with a
4 pin XLR connector.
The power supply is not included.
Size
Mass
178.5x150.5x68.5mm
1.6kg (3.53lbs)
■ System Configuration
IS-20B2
Adaptor Ring
Mini-Supporter
(1)The picture corners are slightly eclipsed at wide angle.
(2)ADR-85B is required for the J16ax, J17ax and the J17ex.
(3)Please contact a Canon office for information.
Lens
SUP-21B/22B
Optional items
J21ax/J22ex
to external
power supply
ADR-85B
Note
SUP-16B
(1)
J17ax /J16ax/J17ex
(1)
Pin assignment of the battery cable is as follows :
Type of connector : XLR-4-12C
ADR-85
SUP-15B
Pin assignment : No.1 0V(Ground)
J15ax
4
1
2
CC-2012(3)
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No.2 No connection
No.3 No connection
No.4 +12V DC
SUP-200
* IS-20B2 is for stock sales only.
3
J22ex
(2)
Applicable J22ex,J21ax,J20ax,J17ex,J17ax,J16ax,
Lens
J15ax
Power
J21ax
(3)
(3)
Features: Digital Drive ENG/EFP Lenses
With the introduction of the e-IFxs and the e-HDxs series that has enhanced our well known “Digital Drive”, all of
our broadcast SDTV and HDTV lenses offer many features, which has also been inherited to our new HDxs and
HDgc (IRSE / IASE model) lenses. The concept of enhanced “Digital Drive” is based on “Ease of Operation” for
our customers.
1. Three Preset Functions
Canon Digital Drive provides the following “three preset functions” that have become possible with digital technology.
Shuttle Shot
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
By memorizing any two focal lengths, the Digital Drive can automatically “shuttle” between the two
points, moving in either direction.
Frame Preset
An angle of view can be preset in either of two memories (DD: one memory) and the lens will
zoom to that position by pushing a simple button. During a performance, frame 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.
3. User-Customized Setting
a. Adjusted by the Zoom Mode Adjustment Trimmer
Wide Angle
Zoom Rocker Switch
b. Adjusted by the Zoom Speed Volume
One of several operational curves can be
chosen which will allow different zoom
movement characteristics when operating
the seesaw switch. This is accomplished
as a linear adjustment as opposed to an
adjustment done in steps.
Zoom Speed
2. Zoom Mode Select
Telephoto
The drive unit can memorize 9 patterns
of user-customized settings and also
transmit the data between different
drive units.
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4. Zoom Track
“Zoom Track” allows the camera
operator to adjust the electronic focal
length to their desired range by
memorizing zoom positions at both the
tele and the wide side of the zoom.
5. Ergonomic Drive Unit
The HDxs/e-IFxs/HDgc (IRSE / IASE model) Ergonomic Drive
Unit is tilted at an ideal angle of 12.5° to realize good balance
and comfort.
A new information display has been added which now allows the
user to customize the enhanced digital functions easily, precisely
and fully.
The enhanced digital functions are easily accessed and set via the
Digital Function Selector, an X-Y axis switch located next to the
display.
6. Improved Maximum Zoom and Focus Servo Speed
Zoom: 0.5 sec., Focus: 1.5 sec.
7. Demand Series to Support Digital Function
Zoom Speed Volume
Zoom Speed Volume
Frame Preset
Switch
NS
NS
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LE
Memory
Switch
Direction Switch
VTR Start - Stop
Switch
8. Compatibility with Virtual Studio System
Canon has a series of HDxs/e-IFxs/HDgc (IRSE / IASE model)
lenses, which are equipped with an enhanced digital drive unit.
Conventional potentiometers are analog positional sensors
capable of only 8-10 bit equivalent resolution. Thus virtual
studio systems with portable lenses called for an optional
Encoder Unit to be put on the zoom and focus ring of the lens.
With the introduction of 16 bit resolution Rotary Encoder
Devices built into the enhanced digital drive unit, the lens can be
simply integrated into a virtual digital studio system without any
additions. The encoders also enable superior precise control. The
zoom servo provides a dynamic range of 0.5 sec. quick zooms to
over a 5 min. super slow zoom. Repeatability in focus and iris
control are also much more precise. Canon’s unique technology
has made the Encoder Device surprisingly small to be installed
in the existing drive unit without changes in size or weight.
Video Return
Thumb Ring
Video Return
Thumb Ring
LE
Canon offers a series of servo controllers for Digital Drive
lenses. The ZSD-300D (zoom demand), FPD-400D (focus
demand) and FPM-420D (focus servo module) to support the
Digital Driver’s unique functions. These demands are connected
to the “Digital Drive” via a 20 pin one-touch type connector,
which makes the connecting and disconnecting easier and
quicker. Also with the FPD-400D, focus servo operational curve
can be selected unlike the conventional focus demand. The
digital series of demands and the conventional demands have
complete compatibility with each other, except for the unique
digital functions. (A conversion cable may be required. Please
refer to page 29 and 31.)
Shuttle Shot
Switch
Direction Switch
VTR Start - Stop Switch
ZSD-300A/M (for Analog Drive Lens)
Lens with Optional
Encoder Units
ZSD-300D (for Digital Drive Lens)
Lens with Encoder Device
included in the drive unit
Control Accessories of Digital Drive ENG/EFP Lenses
J11ex4.5B/J22ex7.6B/J35ex11B/J35ex15B/KJ21ex7.6B/KJ17ex7.7B/KJ10ex4.5B/KH21ex5.7/KH16ex5.7/
KH10ex3.6/HJ14ex4.3B/HJ17ex7.6B/HJ18ex28B/HJ21ex7.5B/HJ22ex7.6B/HJ40x10B/HJ40x14B
Recommended Kit Configuration
ZR-1D
ZOOM SERVO ONLY
MS-210D
SEMI-SERVO KIT
for all listed IRSE lenses
for all listed
IRSE/IASD/IASE lenses
FFM-100
FC-40
SS-41-D
FULL SERVO KIT
FPM-420D
for all listed
IRSE lenses
FFC-200
ZSD-300D
SS-41-IASD
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
ZSD-300D
FULL SERVO KIT
for all listed IASD/IASE lenses
FPD-400D
ZSD-300D
FPD-400D
ZSD-300D
The Difference between IRSE and IASE (IASD) type lenses
The IRSE lenses are the standard type of Portable lens with a Servo Zoom Digital Drive Unit. For Servo Focus operation, IRSE
lenses require both a Servo Focus Module and a Servo Focus Demand. The IASE (IASD) lenses are a special type of Portable
lens equipped with a Digital Drive Unit offering both Servo Zoom and Focus. For Servo Focus operation, IASE (IASD) lenses only
require a Servo Focus Demand. The IASE (IASD) lenses can be used in both the Studio and the Field.
1x
C
60
30
30
C
60
4.5 6
12
1.3 1.7 2.5 4
IASE (IASD) TYPE
4.5 6
12
1.3 1.7 2.5
IRSE TYPE
1x
15
1.0
15
2x
CONNECTOR FOR
REMOTE ZOOM CONTROL(8PIN)
CONNECTOR FOR ZOOM DEMAND
& FOCUS SERVO MODULE(20PIN)
CONNECTOR COMPATIBLE WITH
VIRTUAL INTERFACE
ZOOM OPERATION
CHANGE-OVER KNOB
ZOOM SPEED VOLUME
CONNECTOR FOR ZOOM DEMAND
& FOCUS SERVO MODULE(20PIN)
CONNECTOR FOR
REMOTE ZOOM CONTROL(8PIN)
CONNECTOR FOR ZOOM DEMAND
& FOCUS DEMAND(20PIN)
8
2 2.5
0.6 0.7 0.8
8
2 2.5
0.6 0.7 0.8
3
1.0
2x
ZOOM OPERATION
CHANGE-OVER KNOB
ZOOM SPEED VOLUME
CONNECTOR COMPATIBLE WITH
VIRTUAL INTERFACE
FOCUS OPERATION
CHANGE-OVER KNOB
CONNECTOR FOR ZOOM DEMAND
& FOCUS DEMAND(20PIN)
• The telephoto lenses (HJ40x, J35ex) are not compatible with virtual interfaces.
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Applicable Component Detail
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!2
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!0
@1
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@8
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!1
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Applicable Kit Detail
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Control Accessories of Analog Drive ENG/EFP Lenses
J9ax5.2B/J15ax8B/J16ax8B/J20ax8B/J21ax7.8B/HJ9x5.5B(1)/HJ15x8B/HJ18x7.8B(1)
Recommended Kit Configuration
ZR-1
ZOOM SERVO ONLY
for all listed IRS/IAS lenses
MS-210
SEMI-SERVO KIT
for all listed IRS lenses
FFM-100
ANALOG
ANALOG
FC-40
FFC-200
ZSD-300A/M*
for J16ax8B IRS
J20ax8B IRS
HJ18x7.8B IRS(!)
J21ax7.8B IRS
FULL SERVO KIT
SS-410
FULL SERVO KIT
for J9ax5.2B IRS
HJ9x5.5B IRS(!)
J15ax8B IRS
HJ15x8B IRS
FPM-420
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
SS-41-20
ZSD-300A/M*
FPM-500
ANALOG
ANALOG
FPD-400*
FPD-400*
ZSD-300A/M*
FULL SERVO KIT
SS-41-IAS
for all listed IAS lenses
ZSD-300A/M*
FULL SERVO KIT
SS-42-IAS
for all listed IAS lenses
ANALOG
ANALOG
EC-80
FPD-400*
ZSD-300A/M*
FPD-400*
CR-10
ZSG-200A/M*
*ZSD-300A/M, ZSG-200A, FPD-400 is not available.
The Difference between IRS and IAS type lenses (Also for Crossover Models)
The IRS lenses are the standard type of portable lens with a Servo Zoom Drive Unit. For Servo Focus operation, IRS lenses
require both a Servo Focus Module and a Servo Focus Demand. The IAS lenses are a special type of portable lens equipped with
a Drive Unit offering both Servo Zoom and Focus. For Servo Focus operation, IAS lenses only require a Servo Focus Demand.
The IAS lenses can be used in both the Studio and the Field.
CONNECTOR FOR
FOCUS SERVO MODULE (12PIN)
4.5
6
1.3 1.7
8
INTERNAL FOCUS
3
8
1
1.5
4.5
6
1.3 1.7
1
3
CONNECTOR FOR
ZOOM DEMAND (8PIN)
1.5
IAS TYPE
IRS TYPE
INTERNAL FOCUS
ZOOM OPERATION
CHANGE-OVER KNOB
CONNECTOR FOR
FOCUS DEMAND (6PIN)
ZOOM OPERATION
CHANGE-OVER KNOB
ZOOM SPEED VOLUME
CONNECTOR FOR
ZOOM DEMAND (8PIN)
ZOOM SPEED VOLUME
CONNECTOR FOR
PRESET BOX (12PIN)
FOCUS OPERATION
CHANGE-OVER KNOB
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Applicable Component Detail
FFM-300
FFM-400
we
yu
@4 @5
@6 @7
!2 !4
i
!0
@1
!9
!6
@8
@1
!1
@2
Applicable Kit Detail
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1824A016
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Lenses for Digital Electronic Cinematography
Canon proudly offers our EC line of zoom and prime lenses, "essential tools" that combine outstanding performance and greater function for
our customers. All of the EC lenses utilize Hi-UD (Hi-Index, Ultra Low Dispersion) glass and Fluorite to achieve lower aberrations, while
exhibiting very high MTF.
HD-EC Zoom Lens Series
HD-EC Zoom Lens
HJ21x7.5B-3 KLL-SC
HJ11x4.7B-3 KLL-SC
HJ8x5.5B KLL-SC
Model Number
HJ21x7.5B-3 KLL-SC
HJ11x4.7B-3 KLL-SC
H J8x5.5B KLL-SC
Zoom Ratio
21x
11x
8x
Range of Focal Length
7.5~158mm
4.7~52mm
5.5~44mm
T-Stop
T/2.1
T/2.1
T / 2.1
Angular Field of View
16:9 Aspect Ratio (9.6x5.4mm)
65.2°x 39.6° at 7.5mm
3.5°x 2.0° at 158mm
91.2°x 59.8° at 4.7mm
10.5°x 5.9° at 52mm
82.2°x 53.1°at 5.5mm
12.5°x 7.0° at 44mm
M.O.D. from image plane
1.16m
0.59m
0.59m
Object Dimensions at M.O.D.
16:9 Aspect Ratio 9.6x5.4mm
120.4 x 67.7cm at 7.5mm
5.6 x 3.2cm at 158mm
71.4 x 40.2cm at 4.7mm
6.2 x 3.5cm at 52mm
59.7 x 33.6cm at 5.5mm
7.4 x 4.2cm at 44mm
Size (WxHxL)
130 x 130 x 260mm
95 x 95 x 242mm
95 x 95 x 245.2mm
Weight (Approx)
2.7kg (5.94lbs)
2.0kg (4.4lbs)
2.0kg (4.4lbs)
Macro
Standard
Standard
Standard
Focus Rotation Angle
270°
270°
270°
Broadcast ENG/EFP Lenses
The HD-EC zoom lenses have been refined using Canon’s exclusive Power Optical System featuring the “X-Element”, a unique
system that combines exceptional performance with enhanced specifications. Our latest wide-angle HD-EC zoom lens offers both high
specifications and affordability, the HJ8x5.5B KLL-SC.
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance
Revolutionary Anamorphic Converter, ACV-235
The ACV-235 is the world’s first Anamorphic
Converter developed for the 2/3" image size
HDTV format. An Anamorphic Converter is a
tool that optically compress a CinemaScope©
size image (2.35:1 aspect ratio) to the HD-EC
16:9 aspect ratio (1.78:1). This allows for a
CinemaScope© (2.35:1) size image to be
recorded by an HD Electronic
Cinematography camera.
*CinemaScope© is copyrighted
by TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM CORPORATION
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HD-EC Prime Lens Series
Recently, Canon keeps a line of HD-EC Prime Lenses by improving its existing 5 lenses in both optical and mechanical performance
and at the same time, having added the FJs55. The HD-EC Prime Lenses exhibit high MTF, high resolution and high contrast from the
center of the image to its extreme edges, an important benefit of Canon’s proprietary design techniques. All lenses have traditional film
style feel and operation. This includes dual large luminous scales for the focus and iris and industry compatible gear rings.
HD-EC Prime Lens
FJs5
FJs9
FJs14
Focal Length
5mm
9mm
14mm
T-Stop
T/1.7
T/1.5
T/1.5
Image Format Covered
––
9.6 x 5.4mm (16:9)
––
Angular Field of View (16:9)
87.7°x 56.7°
56.1°x 33.4°
37.8°x 21.8°
Angular Field of View (4:3)
82.7°x 66.8°
52.1°x 40.3°
34.9°x 26.5°
M.O.D. from image plane
0.5m
0.45m
0.4m
Object Dimensions at M.O.D. (16:9)
59.8cm x 33.6cm
32.5cm x 18.3cm
18.9cm x 10.6cm
Object Dimensions at M.O.D. (4:3)
54.8cm x 41.1cm
29.8cm x 22.4cm
17.3cm x 13.0cm
Size (WxHxL)
95.0x95.0x177.0 mm
95.0x95.0x134.5 mm
95.0x95.0x134.5 mm
Weight(approx)
1.5kg (3.3lbs)
1.1kg (2.42lbs)
1.1kg (2.42lbs)
Focus Rotation Angle
280°
280°
280°
HD-EC Prime Lens
FJs24
FJs35
FJs55
Focal Length
24mm
35mm
55mm
T-Stop
T/1.5
T/1.5
T/1.6
Image Format Covered
––
9.6 x 5.4mm (16:9)
––
Angular Field of View (16:9)
22.6°x 12.8°
15.6°x 8.8°
10.0°x 5.6°
Angular Field of View (4:3)
20.8°x 15.7°
14.3°x 10.8°
9.1°x 6.9°
M.O.D. from image plane
0.45m
0.5m
0.5m
Object Dimensions at M.O.D. (16:9)
13.6cm x 7.7cm
10.8cm x 6.1cm
6.8cm x 3.8cm
Object Dimensions at M.O.D. (4:3)
12.5cm x 9.4cm
9.9cm x 7.4cm
6.2cm x 4.7cm
Size (WxHxL)
95.0 x 95.0 x 134.5mm
95.0 x 95.0 x 134.5mm
95.0 x 95.0 x 134.5mm
Approx. Mass
1.1kg (2.42lbs)
1.1kg (2.42lbs)
1.1kg (2.42lbs)
Focus Rotation Angle
280°
280°
280°
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance
•M.O.D. = Minimum Object Distance
Features of the New FJs Prime Lens Series
● Design
Responding to requests from the market, Canon has standardized the diameter of the front lens of all six FJs prime lenses at 95mm, which
enables the same matte box or filters to be used with all of the lenses.
● Accurate Operation
One of the most remarkable features of the FJs series is the dramatically increased range of the Focus Rotation Angle. In order to provide the
highest focusing accuracy possible, the rotation angle of the focus ring has been increased to 280°. Another important feature of the FJs series
is the adjustable back focus (F.B.). The back focus of the lenses can be adjusted in a range of +/-0.3mm, allowing for increased focus
accuracy in all circumstances.
● High Optical Performance
By making the best use of the latest computer simulating system, the FJs prime lens series has reduced distortions and brought chromatic
flare to a zero level, at the same time maintaining color balance throughout the complete series to avoid picture inconsistency.
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Pro-video Lens Series
■ Canon offers a variety of Pro-video ENG lenses that
incorporate Canon’s original IFpro, internal focusing system
(refer to page 8).
■ 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.
■ Now, all IFpro ENG lenses are equipped with Canon’s
exclusive shuttle shot function and have become even more
useful.
Pro-video ENG Lenses
Remote Control Lens
for Pro-video use
Remote Control Lens
for Broadcast Use
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Pro-video ENG Lenses
YJ20x8.5B KRS
YJ20x8.5B IRS
YJ13x6B KRS
YJ13x6B IRS
Zoom Ratio
20x
20x
13x
13x
Image Size
2/3"
2/3"
2/3"
2/3"
Built-in Extender
—
2.0x
—
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
8.5~170mm
8.5~170mm
6~78mm
6~78mm
17~340mm
(with Extender)
Maximum Relative Aperture
12~156mm
1:1.8 at 8.5~113.3mm
1:1.8 at 8.5~113.3mm
1:2.0 at 6~58mm
1:2.0 at 6~58mm
1:2.7 at 170mm
1:2.7 at 170mm
1:2.7 at 78mm
1:2.7 at 78mm
1:3.6 at 17~226.7mm
(with Extender)
1:5.4 at 340mm
Angular Field
4:3 Aspect Ratio
of View
(8.8x6.6mm)
Object Dimensions
4:3 Aspect Ratio
at M.O.D
(8.8x6.6mm)
1:5.4 at 156mm
54.7°x42.4° at 8.5mm
54.7°x42.4° at 8.5mm
72.5°x57.6° at 6mm
3.0°x2.2° at 170mm
3.0°x2.2° at 170mm
6.5°x4.8° at 78mm
29.0°x22.0° at 17mm
(2.0x)
1.5°x1.1° at 340mm
(with Extender)
M.O.D from Lens Front
1:4.0 at 12~116mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
72.5°x57.6° at 6mm
6.5°x4.8° at 78mm
40.3°x30.8° at 12mm
3.2°x2.4° at 156mm
(2.0x)
0.9m(10mm with Macro)
0.9m(10mm with Macro)
0.4m(10mm with Macro)
0.4m(10mm with Macro)
85.2x63.9cm at 8.5mm
85.2x63.9cm at 8.5mm
68.1x51.1cm at 6mm
68.1x51.1cm at 6mm
4.4x3.3cm at 170mm
4.4x3.3cm at 170mm
5.0x3.8cm at 78mm
42.6x32.0cm at 17.0mm
(2.0x)
2.2x1.7cm at 340mm
(with Extender)
5.0x3.8cm at 78mm
34.1x25.6cm at 12mm
2.5x1.9cm at 156mm
(2.0x)
Approx.Size(WxHxL)
163.3x103x170.4mm
163.3x103.0x195.4mm
165.4x105.1x211.7mm
165.4x105.1x234.8mm
Approx.Mass
1.17kg (2.58lbs)
1.39kg (3.06lbs)
1.54kg (3.39lbs)
1.74kg (3.83lbs)
Macro
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
61.9°x48.5° at 6mm
Reference: The following is the lens angle (without Shrinker) in the 4:3 mode of switchable cameras as explained on page 9.
Angular Field
of View
(with Extender)
4:3 mode of
Most Switchable
Cameras
45.9°x35.2° at 8.5mm
45.9°x35.2° at 8.5mm
61.9°x48.5° at 6mm
2.43°x1.82° at 170mm
2.4°x1.8° at 170mm
5.29°x3.97° at 78mm
23.9°x18.0° at 17.0mm
(2.0x)
1.2°x0.9° at 340mm
(7.2x5.4mm)
5.29°x3.97° at 78mm
33.4°x25.4° at 12mm
(2.0x)
2.64°x1.98° at 156mm
Crossover Solutions for 2/3” Pro-video YJ20x8.5B
(Please refer to page 9 for details about Switchable cameras and Crossover technology.)
Canon has developed two affordable optical solutions to accommodate the increasing number of 16:9/4:3
switchable 2/3” Pro-video cameras.
The first solution is the W80Y-85 Crossover Adaptor, a
specially designed compact front mounted wide converter for
the YJ20x8.5B/YJ19x9B, which makes the master lens wider
by a factor of 0.8x. When you use the W80Y-85 on the
YJ20x8.5B/YJ19x9B in the 4:3 mode of a switchable camera,
it performs the Crossover function restoring the tele-side
shifted image to a normal field of view as would be found on
a conventional 4:3 camera. There is no light loss when using
the W80Y-85. (The M.O.D becomes 0.58m)
W80Y-85
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The second solution is the YJ20x8.5B VRS which has a built-in
“Shrinker”. When the “Shrinker” is in place, the tele-side
shifted image is restored to the normal field of view as would
be found on a conventional 4:3 camera. The VRS “Shrinker”
performs no function in the 16:9 mode while the W80Y-85 is
usable in both the switchable 4:3 mode and the16:9 mode.
YJ20x8.5B VRS
Control Accessories for Pro-video ENG Lenses and HDgc (KRS) Lenses
Recommended Kit Configuration
MS-15
MS-22
SEMI-SERVO KIT
for all Pro-video ENG lenses
SEMI-SERVO KIT
for all Pro-video ENG lenses
MS-21D
SEMI-SERVO KIT
for all Pro-video ENG lenses
FM-12
FM-12
FM-12
FC-40
FC-40
FC-40
CC-0820
EC-80
ZSG-200A* 1
ZSG-200M
ZSD-15AII
ZSD-15MII
FFC-15
FFC-200
FFC-200
CR-10
ZSD-300D
*A or M types, depends on applicable camera.
Applicable Component Detail
Lens
8p
8p
8p
8p
q
!8
8p
t
6p
@3
!6
19
!9
i
#0
i
20
21
@1
20p
@0
22
23
28
30
@8
o
!0
8p
@1
Unit
Description
FM-12
Flex Focus Module
FM-70
Flex Dual Module
FC-40
Flex Cable
FFC-15
Flex Focus Controller
FFC-200
Flex Focus Controller
FZC-100
Flex Zoom Controller
FPM-77
Focus Positional Servo Module
FPD-400
Focus Positional Demand
ZSD-15A2/M2 Zoom Demand
A
(A or M types, depends on applicable camera)
M
ZSD-300A/M
Zoom Demand
A
(A or M types, depends on applicable camera)
M
ZSD-300D
Zoom Demand
ZSG-200A/M
Zoom Servo Grip
A
(A or M types, depends on applicable camera)
M
CR-10
Clamper
GA-70
Grip Adapter
EC-80
Zoom Extension Cable (8P)
CC-0820
Conv. Cable (8pM-20pF)
CODE
1824A012
0002T071
1824A010
1824A024
1824A014
1824A021
1824A020
1824A018
1824A070
1824A071
1824A066
1824A067
1824A123
1824A068
1824A069
1824A007
0018T531
1824A009
1824A127
ZSD-15A2, ZSD-300A/M, ZSG-200A and FPD-400 is not available
Pro-video Lens Series
!5
#
1
5
8
9
10
11
15
16
18
!1
@2
Applicable Kit Detail
Kit Name
Zoom
System
Component
Focus
System
Component
for KRS/IRS/VRS Type of Pro-video ENG Lenses
Zoom Servo
Only
Semi-Servo
Full Servo
Full Manual
----MS-15
MS-21
MS-21D
MS-22
--FZC-1
ZSD-15
ZR-1
ZR-2(A)
ZR-2(B)
ZSD-15
ZR-1
ZR-1D
ZR-2(A)
ZR-1
ZR-2(A)
FZC-1
21
21
20
21
21
5
18 **
19
22 28
23 *
18 **
19
30
22 28
19
22 28
8 11
----FRC-15
FR-2
FR-2
FR-2
FPS-4
FPS-4
FR-2(w/o 1 )
----1 8
1 8
1 8
1 8
15 16 *
15 16 *
8 10
9 **
10
10
10
* 5 16 & 23 are not applicable to YH14x7.3 and YH16x7.
**In USA, 18 & 9 are available only as MS-15 kit
configuration and not as individual product.
Recommended Kit Configuration
for the Pro-video ENG lenses.
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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.
Broadcast Applications :
HJ18ex28B ITS-ME
HJ22ex7.6B ITS-ME
HJ17ex7.6B ITS-ME
HJ14ex4.3B ITS-ME
Zoom Ratio
18x
22x
17x
14x
Image Size
2/3”
2/3”
2/3”
2/3”
Built-in Extender
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
28~500mm
56~1000mm
7.6~168mm
15.2~336mm
7.6~130mm
15.2~260mm
KJ17ex7.7B ITS-ME
J22ex7.6B ITS-ME
J11ex4.5B ITS-ME
Zoom Ratio
17x
22x
11x
Image Size
2/3”
2/3”
2/3”
Built-in Extender
2.0x
2.0x
2.0x
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
7.7~131mm
15.4~262mm
7.6~168mm
15.2~336mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
4.5~50mm
9~100mm
4.3~60mm
8.6~120mm
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
•Please refer to page 22-25 for more detailed specifications.
*The 2X extender of ITS-ME model is manually operated. ITS-RE model which has a motorized 2X extender is also available.
Pro-video Applications :
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KJ20x8.5B KTS
KH19x6.7-2 KTS*1
KT20x5B KTS
Zoom Ratio
20x
19x
20x
Image Size
2/3”
1/2”
1/3”
Built-in Extender
—
—
—
Range of Focal Length
8.5~170mm
6.7~127mm
5~100mm
YJ20x8.5B ITS-RE
YJ20x8.5B KTS
YJ13x6B KTS
Zoom Ratio
20x
20x
13x
Image Size
2/3”
2/3”
2/3”
Built-in Extender
2.0x
—
—
Range of Focal Length
(with Extender)
8.5~170mm
17~340mm
8.5~170mm
6~78mm
*1 Specifically designed for Sony HDC-X300/X310.
(2.0x)
(2.0x)
Control Accessories for Remote Control Lenses
The Canon Remote Control TV Lenses and standard controller system are engineered to satisfy your image capture
needs. These broadcast quality products can be used in applications which differ from typical video production
applications, such as fast and quiet servo operations. The Canon Remote Control TV Lenses accept 3 types of Canon
standard controllers, as well as the standard remote control cables, which are designed to provide different types of
zoom, focus and iris remote control. These lenses are also available with a simple interface for use with custom
controllers.
System Configuration
HOOD
Controller
Speed Servo Controller
Close-up Lens
TCR-101F
Positional Servo Controller
TO CAMERA
005M
010M
TCC- 020M
050M
100M
TCR-301F
TCR-201F
TCR-201F
8 Position Preset Controller
Controller
TCR-101F
TCR-301F
Close-up Lens
(not available for HJ18ex/HJ14ex)
Remote Control Lens Series
Four types (82CL-UP800H / 82CL-UP1300H / 105CL-UP900H / 105CL-UP800HD) are available.
*Please refer to page 42 for the applications
Remote Controller
Three types (TCR-101F, TCR-201F, TCR-301F) are available.
Connecting Cable
5m, 10m, 20m, 50m and 100m cables are available.
Maximum cable length is 150m by connection of these cables.
External Extender
(For 2/3" Lens Only)
A 2X extender is available for telephoto shooting.
For the ITS-RE model of the Broadcast Remote Control Lenses and for the YJ20x8.5B ITS,
the 2x extender is motorized and can be remote controlled.
*Please inquire to Canon Sales Office for extender remote control interface.
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Optical Accessories for SDTV and HDTV ENG/EFP Lenses
*1: Most Canon Converters and Attachments use a separate
adapter ring as shown in the table on page 45, which
allow compatibility between several lens models. The
W80Y-85 is special Wide Converter and is exclusive to
certain lens models as shown in the table on page 45.
*2: Some lens models allow for the filter to be attached to
the threaded lens barrel, in other models, the filter is
attached to the threaded hood unit. For lens model filter
size compatibility, please refer to page 47.
M.O.D
1.9m
1.35m
2.00m
HJ22ex7.6B
KJ17ex7.7B
YJ20x8.5B
HJ22ex7.6B
KJ17ex7.7B
YJ20x8.5B
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Master Lens
7.6-168mm
7.7-131mm
8.5-170mm
Eclipse Point
f:85mm
f:60mm
f:80mm
With Wide Attach.
5.7mm
5.8mm
6.4mm
HJ22ex7.6B
KJ17ex7.7B
YJ20x8.5B
Master Lens
7.6-168mm
7.7-131mm
8.5-170mm
HJ22ex7.6B
KJ17ex7.7B
YJ20x8.5B
Master Lens
7.6-168mm
7.7-131mm
8.5-170mm
With Wide Con.
6.1-134mm
6.2-104.8mm
6.8-136mm
With Fish-Eye
4.6mm
4.6mm
5.1mm
[Applications of SDTV and HDTV Adaptor Type Converters / Attachments]
APPLICABLE LENS
YJ20x8.5B
YJ19x9B
YH19x6.7
KJ20x8.5B*1
KH20x6.4*1
KT20x5*1
CONVERTER/
ATTACHMENT
TYPE
MODEL
NAME
CODE
Front Lens Diameter
Tele-side
Converter
*2
Wide
Converter
Wide
Attachment
Fish-eye
Attachment
T15-
1823A005
T15HD
0025T799
Adaptor85
1824A002
Adaptor98
1824A004
W80Y-85
1823A009
W80- B
1823A006
W80HD
1823A094
Adaptor85
1824A002
Adaptor98
1824A004
WA75-
1823A008
WA75HD
1823A095
Adaptor85
1824A002
Adaptor98
1824A004
FEA- B
1823A011
FEA-HD
1823A099
Adaptor85
1824A002
Adaptor98
1824A004
KJ17ex7.7B*
KJ16ex7.7B*1
KJ20x8.5B*1
KH16ex5.7*1
KH20x6.4*1
KT20x5*1
J17ex7.7B
J17ax7.7B
YJ20x8.5B
YJ19x9B
YH19x6.7
1
HJ17ex7.6B
KJ17ex7.7B
KJ16ex7.7B
KJ20x8.5B
KH16ex5.7
KH20x6.4
KT20x5
J22ex7.6B
J21ax7.8B
KJ21ex7.7B*1
KH21ex5.7*1
85mm
HJ22ex7.6B
HJ21ex7.8B
HJ17ex7.7B
KJ21ex7.6B
KH21ex5.7
98mm
*1 The HD quality accessories offer higher optical performance.
*2 The drawing is an image of the W80- B.
When purchasing, please specify model name of both Body and Adaptor.
It is possible to use Body and Adaptor in different combinations. But it is impossible to use in combinations not shown in above table.
Focus servo operation is possible with IF lenses only.
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
Converter
Shift Ratio to
Lens *3
Camera
Telephoto Side
LCV-41E
LCV-20E
Electronic Conversion
LO-32BMT
2/3" B4 Mount
1/2" SONY *4
approx. 1.4x
-
LCV-40B
2/3" B4 Mount
1/2" Standard Mount *5
approx. 1.4x
-
LCV-42T
2/3" B4 Mount
1/3" Standard Mount
approx. 1.8x
-
LCV-41E
2/3" B4 Mount
SONY PMW-EX3
approx. 1.4x
Lens Cable(12pin) → EX3 Hot Shoe(14pin)
LO-32BMT
LCV-40B
LCV-42T
*3
*4
*5
*6
Optical Accessories
[Mount Converters for Different Image Format Size Cameras]
Lens Cable(12pin) → EX3 Hot Shoe(14pin)
1/2" *6
SONY PMW-EX3
LCV-20E
The converters are to be used with lenses weighing less then 2.0kg (4.4lbs)
SONY's Hot Shoe mount camera, excluding PMW-EX3
1/2" Camera of standard type mount (Panasonic, JVC, Grass Valley)
Only applicable to KH10ex/KH16ex/KH21ex. The other 1/2" mount lenses are not available.
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Imaging range for J17ex7.7B, and YJ20x8.5B with close-up lenses
KJ17ex7.7B
(16:9)
343
58x33
YJ20x8.5B
(4:3)
24x14
Tele end : 170mm
343
989x556 376x212
Wide end : 8.5mm
411
95x53
Tele end : 170mm
816x609 390x293
82CL-UP800H
411
29x16 1634x919 455x256
26x20
Wide end : 8.5mm
1341x1006 494x371
1823A041 J17ex7.7B, J17ax7.7B, YJ20x8.5B, YJ19x9B, KJ17ex7.7B, KJ16ex7.7B, KJ20x8.5B, KH16ex5.7, KH20x6.4, KT20x5
82CL-UP1300H 1823A042 J17ex7.7B, J17ax7.7B, YJ20x8.5B, YJ19x9B, KJ17ex7.7B, KJ16ex7.7B, KJ20x8.5B, KH16ex5.7, KH20x6.4, KT20x5
105CL-UP900H 1823A043 J22ex7.6B, J21ax7.8B, KJ21ex7.6B*, KH21ex5.7*
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105CL-UP800HD 1823A096 HJ22ex7.6B, HJ21ex7.8B, HJ17ex7.7B, KJ21ex7.6B, KH21ex5.7
* The HD quality accessories offer higher optical performance.
YJ20x8.5B
HJ18x7.8B
KJ13x6B
KH13x4.5
YJ13x6B
YJ12x6.5B
YH12x4.8
KJ21ex7.6B
KH21ex5.7
HJ17ex7.6B
J17ex7.7B
KJ17ex7.7B
KJ16ex7.7B
KH16ex5.7
KJ20x8.5B
KH20x6.4
KT20x5
YJ20x8.5B
YJ19x9B
YH19x6.7
Optical Accessories
HJ18ex28B
HJ21ex7.5B
HJ21x7.5B
HJ14ex4.3B
HJ11ex4.7B
HJ11x4.7B
J11ex4.5B
J11ax4.5B
KJ10ex4.5B
KH10ex3.6
8.5-170mm 17-340mm
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