Superb optical performance across a wide zoom range matches 4K single-chip, large-format digital cameras for both cinema and broadcast applications.
The CN7 X 17 KAS S boasts a 7x high magnification range plus extremely versatile focal length that is continuously variable from 17mm to 120mm.
The use of an 11-blade iris in the CN7 X 17 KAS S lens delivers artistic and beautiful out-of-focus bokeh effects.
The small and lightweight ergonomic drive unit on this lens can be detached when full manual use is desired.
Communicate with multiple lens methods including Cook/I technology on the PL-mount version plus various lens metadata with Canon's EF-mount.
The lens is extremely compact and lightweight boasting the shoulder-shot portability desired by broadcast-production and ENG/EFP markets.
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