WIDE ANGLE Lens
EF24mm f/2.8 IS USM
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|Original Price||80,000 yen|
|Lens Construction (group)||9|
|Lens Construction (element)||11|
|No. of Diaphragm Blades||7(circular aperture)|
|Closest Focusing Distance (m)||0.20|
|Maximum Magnification (x)||0.23|
|Filter Diameter (mm)||58|
|Maximum Diameter X Length (mm)||68.4 X 55.7|
The Canon EF24mm f/2.8 IS USM is the world’s first*1 wide-angle single-focus lenses to incorporate an image stabilizer function, yet realize lightweight, compact body designs. It makes possible up to four shutter-speed stops*2in image stabilization performance, enabling even more possibilities in imaging expression, particularly when using a slow shutter speed.
This lens offers an even shorter minimum focusing distance compared with its predecessor. The EF24mm f/2.8 IS USM’s minimum focusing distance measures 0.2 m, improving on the 0.25 m of its predecessor, the EF24mm f/2.8 (released in November 1988).
This lens employs a micro USM and high-speed CPU as well as an optimized AF algorithm delivering fast auto-focus capabilities. A full-time manual focus function enables users to make fine adjustments to focus after autofocusing. In addition, the lens incorporates a glass-mold aspherical lens element to correct for a variety of aberrations while a lens coating and optimal lens placement minimize the occurrence of ghosting and flare.
*1 As of February 2012, according to Canon research
*2 Based on a shutter speed of “1/(focal length)” seconds, considered the limit to prevent camera shake during hand-held photography
IS Unit Aspherical lens