High Definition TV Lenses Canon has always developed new technology with three basic philosophies, "High Quality of Images", "Ease of Operation" and "High Specification". Canon's HDTV lenses are, so to speak, a compilation of our basic philosophies. The addition of the new XJ75x and XJ72x (for studio/field use) and new Electronic Cinematography zoom and prime lenses make Canon the only manufacturer to offer such a complete line of HDTV lenses to match our customers requirements. Complete "Customer Satisfaction" is our goal.
The newly improved HDxs Series
New Generation DIGITAL SERVO SYSTEM
Canon has developed the improved HDxs lens series. The new generation of HDxs lenses exceeds all conventional lens specifications and concepts by using breakthrough technologies. HDxs allows for higher specification lenses in a smaller and lighter package. •Consistent high optical performance is achieved with minimized aberration changes throughout the zooming range from wide angle to telephoto. •Minimized chromatic aberrations at telephoto focal length in higher zoom ratio lenses. •Improved operability due to very little shift in the center of gravity. •The body has anti-dust and anti-moisture properties due to a sealed focusing unit. •All of this in a lens in comparable size and weight of a conventional NTSC/PAL lens.
(DIGI SUPER Series) Canon's new generation digital servo system has allowed the use of many new functions such as constant angle of view while focusing "CAFS" and the selection of different servo characteristics by using of a memory card(option). These functions are only possible with a digital servo system. In addition to these new functions, up-grading will be possible when other new functions become available in the future. Also the DIGI SUPER Series achieve 13 bit zoom and focus repeatability and offer bi-directional serial data communication in order to realize highly accurate and smooth movement which is essential for robotics and virtual studio applications. The digital servo system is reliable, consistent and is not affected by electric interference. Focus
Ergonomic Grip (HJ lens series)
Motor 32Bit CPU
Canon's original "Ergonomic Grip" is part of the HJ lens series. This grip is angled 12.5 degrees, which is ergonomically the ideal angle for a comfortable hold, providing fatigue-free shooting even when in use for long periods of time. CPU
X-Element & POWER OPTICAL SYSTEM Canon has developed breakthrough optical design concept using a newly developed optical element in the most effective way. The "Power Optical System" can achieve higher specifications and quality, using the new optical "X-Element" which corrects color aberration to a much lower level than with conventional optical elements and layouts.
Digital Servo System
"CAFS" Constant Angle Focusing System (DIGI SUPER Series) The zooming effect is a phenomena 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 phenomena. Consequently the angle of view is maintained by synchronizing zoom movement to the focus movement.
Range of Focal Length (with Extender)
Maximum Relative Aperture (with Extender)
1:2.4 at 13.5480mm 1:5.8 at 1161mm 1:4.8 at 27960mm 1:11.6 at 2322mm
Angular Field of View (with Extender)
1:1.7 1:4.0 1:3.4 1:8.0
4:3 Aspect Ratio (8.86.6mm)
36.127.5 at 0.430.33 at 18.513.9 at 0.220.16 at
13.5mm 1161mm 27mm 2322mm
16:9 Aspect Ratio (9.65.4mm)
39.122.6 at 0.470.27 at 20.211.4 at 0.240.13 at
13.5mm 1161mm 27mm 2322mm
at at at at
9.3340mm 800mm 18.6680mm 1600mm
50.639.1 at 0.630.47 at 26.620.1 at 0.320.24 at
9.3mm 800mm 18.6mm 1600mm
54.632.4 at 0.690.39 at 28.916.5 at 0.340.19 at
9.3mm 800mm 18.6mm 1600mm
9.3700mm 18.61400mm 1:1.7 1:3.6 1:3.4 1:7.2
at at at at
9.3331mm 700mm 18.6662mm 1400mm
50.639.1 at 0.720.54 at 26.620.1 at 0.360.27 at
9.3mm 700mm 18.6mm 1400mm
54.632.4 at 0.790.44 at 28.916.5 at 0.390.22 at
9.3mm 700mm 18.6mm 1400mm
Minimum Object Distance(M.O.D.)
Object Dimensions at M.O.D. 16:9 Aspect Ratio (9.65.4mm) (with Extender)
198.2111.5cm at 13.5mm 2.31.3cm at 1161mm 99.155.7cm at 27mm (2.0x) 1.20.7cm at 2322mm
276.4155.5cm at 9.3mm 3.11.7cm at 800mm 138.277.8cm at 18.6mm (2.0x) 1.60.9cm at 1600mm
255.6143.8cm at 9.3mm 3.41.9cm at 700mm 127.971.9cm at 18.6mm (2.0x) 1.81.0cm at 1400mm
Applicable for Crossover
RECOMMENDED LENS SYSTEM ★Lens Supporter (optional) Switch Box (Optional)
6 3 2-b 1-a
No. 1-a 1-b 2-a 2-b 2-c
DESCRIPTION Digital Zoom Demand Digital Zoom Demand W/ Pre-set Box Digital Focus Demand Digital Focus Demand Propeller Type Digital Focus Demand W/Pre-set Box
CODE ZDJ-D02 1822A066 ZPJ-D02 FDJ-D02 1822A065 FDJ-D12 0024T320 FPJ-D12
No. 3 4 5 6 7
DESCRIPTION Digital Servo Module Flexible Zoom Controller Flexible Focus Controller Flexible Cable 30" Flexible Module
CODE SMJ-D01 1822A035 FZP-T61 1822A005 FFP-T61 1822A007 1822A018 FMJ-702 0028T275
1:1.7 at 9.3333mm 1:3.45 at 675mm 1:3.4 at 18.6666mm 1:6.9 at 1350mm 50.639.1 at 0.750.56 at 26.620.1 at 0.370.28 at
9.3mm 675mm 18.6mm 1350mm
54.632.4 at 0.810.46 at 28.916.5 at 0.410.23 at
9.3mm 675mm 18.6mm 1350mm
1:1.5 1:2.1 1:3.0 1:4.2
at at at at
6.8122mm 170mm 13.6244mm 340mm
65.851.8 at 6.8mm 3.02.2 at 170mm 35.927.3 at 13.6mm 1.51.1 at 340mm 70.443.3 at 6.8mm 3.21.8 at 170mm 38.922.5 at 13.6mm 1.60.91 at 340mm
1:2.8 at 14307mm 1:5.1 at 560mm 1:5.6at 28614mm 1:10.2 at 1120mm 34.926.5 at 14mm 0.90.7 at 560mm 17.913.4 at 28mm 0.50.3 at 1120mm 37.821.8 at 14mm 1.00.6 at 560mm 19.411.0 at 28mm 0.50.3 at 1120mm
1:2.0 at 10220mm 1:3.65 at 400mm 1:4.0at 20440mm 1:7.3 at 800mm 47.536.5 at 10mm 1.30.9 at 400mm 24.818.7 at 20mm 0.60.5 at 800mm 51.330.2 at 10mm 1.40.8 at 400mm 27.015.4 at 20mm 0.70.4 at 800mm
2.8m(10mm with Macro)
2.8m(10mm with Macro)
255.6143.8cm at 9.3mm 3.62.0cm at 675mm 127.971.9cm at 18.6mm (2.0x) 1.81.0cm at 1350mm
102.257.5cm at 6.8mm 3.92.2cm at 170mm 51.128.8cm at 13.6mm (2.0x) 2.01.1cm at 340mm
177.199.5cm at 14mm 4.52.5cm at 560mm 88.649.8cm at 28mm 2.31.3cm at 1120mm
248.4139.7cm at 10mm 6.23.5cm at 400mm 124.269.9cm at 20mm (2.0x) 3.11.8cm at 800mm
Optical Image Stabilizer : Shift-IS
The history of field lenses is a history of zoom ratio/focal extension. The telephoto focal lengths of the lens got so long that even the slightest amount of wind or operator's movement would cause image shake and viewing of the picture became intolerable. Canon, renowned for its optical image stabilization technologies developed a 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 86TELE xs, DIGISUPER 86 xs, DIGISUPER 75 xs, HJ40x14B IASD-V and HJ40x10B 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 a blurred 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,converts the information into drive signals for the IS lens group. Then actuator moves the IS lens group horizontally and vertically and thus counteracting the image shake and maintaining a stable picture.
1.Lens when still.
Image plane To subject
2.Lens when jerked downward. Correded light rays
3.Counteraction by IS lens group. Position of IS lens group over shifting
HJ21x7.5B IRSD/IASD 쏄2
HJ21x7.8B IRSD/IASD 쏄2
HJ16x8B IRSD/IASD 쏄2
HJ11x4.7B IRSD/IASD 쏄2
1:1.9 at 7.8120mm 1:2.6 at 164mm 1:3.8at 15.6240mm 1:5.2 at 328mm
1:1.8 at 8100.2mm 1:2.3 at 128mm 1:3.6at 16200.4mm 1:4.6 at 256mm
1:1.9 1:2.6 1:3.8 1:5.2
at at at at
7.5116mm 158mm 15232mm 316mm
60.847.5 at 7.5mm 3.22.4 at 158mm 32.724.8 at 15mm 1.61.2 at 316mm 65.239.6 at 7.5mm 3.52.0 at 158mm 35.520.4 at 15mm 1.71.0 at 316mm
58.945.9 at 7.8mm 3.12.3 at 164mm 31.523.9 at 15.6mm 1.51.2 at 328mm
63.238.2 at 7.8mm 3.41.9 at 164mm 34.219.6 at 15.6mm 1.70.9 at 328mm
57.644.8 at 8mm 3.93.0 at 128mm 30.823.3 at 16mm 2.01.5 at 256mm 61.937.3 at 8mm 4.32.4 at 128mm 33.419.2 at 16mm 2.11.2 at 256mm
1:1.9at 4.740.3mm 1:2.45 at 52mm 1:3.8at 9.480.6mm 1:4.9 at 104mm
86.270.1 at 4.7mm 9.77.3 at 52mm 50.238.7 at 9.4mm 4.83.6 at 104mm 91.259.8 at 4.7mm 10.55.9 at 52mm 54.132.1 at 9.4mm 5.33.0 at 104mm
0.85m(10mm with Macro)
0.85m (10mm with Macro)
0.7m (10mm with Macro)
0.3m (10mm with Macro)
120.467.7cm at 7.5mm 5.63.2cm at 158mm 60.233.9cm at 15mm 2.81.6cm at 316mm (2.0x)
94.953.4cm 4.62.6cm at 48.627.3cm 2.41.4cm at
74.742.0cm at 8mm 4.82.7cm at 128mm 38.421.6cm at 16mm 2.51.4cm at 256mm
71.440.2cm at 4.7mm 6.23.5cm at 52mm 35.720.1cm at 9.4mm 3.11.8cm at 104mm
2.55kg (5.62lbs)/2.65kg (5.84lbs)
1.79kg (3.95lbs)/1.89kg (4.17lbs)
1.5kg (3.31lbs)/1.6kg (3.53lbs)
1.86kg (4.10lbs)/1.96kg (4.32lbs)
at 7.8mm 164mm at 15.6mm (2.0x) 328mm
option 쏄1 Dimensions vary depending on type of lens.
쏄2 IRSD: Without Focus Servo Motor Type
IASD: Built-in Focus Servo Motor Type
쏄3 Regarding detail application of the "CROSSOVER" option to
above listed lenses, please inquire to Canon sales office.
LENS SYSTEM OPTICAL ACCESSORIES Camera
20P ) SD
Ultra Violet * ND8(12.5% transmittance) Softon Cross Screen Snow Cross Sunny Cross Polarized Light
UV/94mm,105mm,127mm ND8/105mm,127mm SFT/105mm,127mm CRS/105mm,127mm SNW/105mm,127mm SNY/105mm,127mm PL/105mm,127mm
* UV/94mm is for direct attachment to front of lens.
105mm size filters are to be attached to threads of Hood Unit
* Filter size vary depending on type of lens. When purchasing, please specify model name of lens.
Focus Demand for Digital Drive
Focus Module for Digital Drive
Zoom Demand for Digital Drive
The Features of Digital Drive Canon's HDxs technology is now better than ever, with the addition of "Digital Drive", the all-new ENG/EFP lens servo system available throughout the Canon line of HDTV lenses, that represents the most useful features ever incorporated into digital tools by far. The concept of Canon's "Digital Drive" is based on "Ease of Operation" for our customers. 1. Three preset functions
"Digital Drive" provides the following "three preset functions" that have become possible with digital technology. 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.
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 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.
Framing Preset A movement to a preset position can, again, be repeated multiple times. The preset memory is not automatically cleared and the agreedon framings from rehearsal can be duplicated over and over in an actual production, at the maximum speed or at any desired preset zoom speed memorized in the speed preset function.
A new feature has been added to our "Useful" Digital Drive, called "Zoom Track". It 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.
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.
Adjusted by the Zoom Speed Volume
3.Zoom Mode Select
Mode Adjusted by the Zoom Adjustment Trimmer
Zoom Rocker Switch
The Latest HDTV Lens Series Canon began developing lenses for "HDTV" more than 20 years ago and was the first manufacturer to make a complete standard series. Canon continues to lead the broadcast industry in the 21st century "DTV" era with the next generation family of HDTV lenses.
DIGISUPER 86xs DIGISUPER 86Tele xs
HD Electronic Cinematography Lenses Canon proudly introduces our new HD-EC line of zoom and primes lenses, "essential tools" that combine outstanding performance and greater function for our customers. All of the HD-EC lenses utilize Hi-UD (Hi Index, Ultra Low Dispersion) glass and Fluorite to achieve lower aberrations, while exhibiting very high MTF. 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. 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 new propriety design techniques. All lenses have traditional film style feel and operation. This includes dual large luminous scales for the zoom, focus and iris and industry compatible gear rings. Zoom Lens
Model Number Zoom Ratio Range of Focal Length T-Stop Angular Field of View 16:9 Aspect Ratio (9.65.4mm) Minimum Object Distance(M.O.D.) Object Dimensions at M.O.D. 16:9 Aspect Ratio (9.65.4mm) Size (WL) Mass (approx.) Focus Rotation Angle
HJ21x7.5B KLL-SC 21x 7.5158mm T/2.1
HJ11x4.7B KLL-SC 11x 4.752mm T/2.1
65.239.6 at 7.5mm 3.52.0 at 158mm
91.259.8 at 4.7mm 10.55.9 at 52mm
120.467.7cm at 7.5mm 5.63.2cm at 158mm
71.440.2cm at 4.7mm 6.23.5cm at 52mm
*M.O.D.=Minimum Object Distance
FJ Prime Lens Series
Model Number Focal Length T-Stop Image Format Covered Angular Field of View (16:9) Angular Field of View (4:3) M.O.D. from image plane Object Demensions at M.O.D. (16:9) Object Demensions at M.O.D. (4:3) Size (WL) Mass (approx.) Focus Rotation Angle
FJ5 5mm T/1.7
FJ9 FJ14 FJ24 9mm 14mm 24mm T/1.5 T/1.5 T/1.5 9.6 x 5.4mm (16 : 9) 8.8 x 6.6mm(4 : 3) 56.133.4 37.821.8 22.612.8 52.140.3 34.926.5 20.815.7 0.45m 0.4m 0.45m 32.518.3cm 19.310.9cm 14.48.1cm 29.822.3cm 17.613.2cm 13.29.9cm 80131mm 80101mm 80101mm 1.0kg (2.20lbs) 0.8kg (1.76lbs) 0.8kg (1.76lbs) 180 180 180
87.756.7 82.766.8 0.5m 54.630.7cm 50.037.5cm 120192mm 1.7kg (3.75lbs) 180
FJ 35 FJ35 35mm T/1.5 15.68.8 14.310.8 0.5m 11.46.4cm 10.47.8cm 80101mm 0.8kg (1.76lbs) 180
How different are HDTV lenses? Overall Comparison between the SDTV and the HDTV System
Sensitivity of the HDTV System Two factors have to be considered to compare the sensitivity of the HDTV system with that of the HDTV NTSC/PAL 16:9 4:3 conventional system.The first factor that the HD camera has an aspect ratio of 16:9 (Fig.2). This makes the sensitive area smaller and causes a 10% difference in sensitivity. The second factor is related to the HDTV system's depth of field, which is Fig.2 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).
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 (Fig.1). Overall, the resolution of the HDTV system is about twice that of the NTSC system, and therefore the lens requires much higher performance than conventional lenses.
Aberration Correction for HDTV Leneses The pixel size is about half in the HDTV system, and therefore the spread of a point image caused by a spherical aberration, coma, etc. should be diminished to about half. Even if the image is slightly out of focus, MTF is greatly influenced. NTSC 400TVL (30lp/mm) HDTV 600TVL (55lp/mm) F1.6 Fig3 shows how MTF varies when the focus changes. Canon HDxs series lenses employ the HD version of the Power Defocus(mm) Fig.3 Optical System, which incorporates the X-element. HDxs greatly contributes to correcting and minimizing these aberrations in a compact lightweight lens body. 100
The Depth of Field for HDTV System
As the HDTV system has high resolution, even a small outof-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.
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