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Canon CN20x50 IAS H E1/P1

Canon CN20x50 IAS H E1/P1

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Date Expires: 26/03/2019
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Canon CN20x50 IAS H E1/P1

Canon CN20x50 IAS H E1/P1

Combining decades of experience in the design of market-leading broadcast lenses with technology derived from high-performance cine zooms, the CN20x 50 IAS H E1/P1 responds to the growing popularity of large sensor video cameras in broadcast production. With an outstanding focal length of 50-1000mm, expandable to 75-1500mm via a built-in 1.5x extender, the lens is tailor-made for camera operators in both traditional broadcast and movie environments.

The CN20x 50 IAS H E1/P1 is a superb lens that’s designed for broadcast use with Super35mm cameras – whether HD, UHD or 4K. It has unprecedented quality, versatility and usability and features a completely removable updated servo drive unit that enables its use in broadcast-style shooting environments where typical cine lenses are usually impractical. This lens offers a unique combination of broadcast operability and incredible accuracy, thus meeting the growing user-demand for Ultra High Definition (UHD) resolution sports and nature television production.

It is highly flexible to meet the huge, and highly unpredictable, demands of sports productions that typically require extremely high resolution for close-to-the-action stadium work whilst, for nature TV productions, operators work in hostile and sensitive conditions that often necessitate shooting from extremely long distances. In both environments, operators require fast, reactive positional changes, shooting flexibility and nimble hardware that allow them to respond to changes in the scene.

The CN20x 50 IAS H E1/P1 is perfectly suited to tripod-mounted use during studio or outside broadcasts, too. Zoom, focus and iris can all be controlled using Canon’s existing zoom and focus demands, providing precise and convenient control over vital image parameters without the operator touching the lens. Virtual studio use is also supported thanks to a sophisticated 16-bit encoder output.

Key Features:
4K optical performance thanks to Canon lens technology; designed for Super35mm cameras
Ultra-telephoto 20x zoom 50-1000mm focal length, ideal for broadcast and nature applications
Built-in 1.5x extender for extreme telephoto shooting up to 1500mm
Removable servo drive unit
Rugged build quality for demanding environments; weatherproof and shockproof
Carriable and lightweight (around 6.6kg) design offering a familiar and intuitive operating experience
Compatible with typical broadcast and movie accessories
EF- (/E1 variant) and PL- (/P1 variant) mounts available for maximum camera compatibility
Extensive lens communication options (12-pin, EF, Cooke /i) support a range of production styles 


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