Canon has been offering some interesting new EF 70mm and EF 90mm lenses for years, but the company is introducing a new EF 90-300 lens in the US for the first time.
The EF 90 is the company’s latest wide-angle lens for Canon cameras, and it will be available in three different configurations.
The most popular configuration will have a 135mm equivalent lens, while the second one will have an 85mm equivalent.
The first two configurations are listed below, with the third being reserved for Canon EF 90 f/4L USMs, which will be the company first lens with a 135-degree wide-open aperture, as well as the first lens to feature the new EOS Image Engine 5 software.
The 85mm version will be offered in the EF 90 and EF 85mm versions, with a 35mm equivalent version to be added in the future.
The new EF lenses are based on the Canon EF 80mm f1.4L IS USM lens.
The 85mm and 90mm versions will also include a new lens-mounted flash unit.
This is a new design that Canon claims will allow users to easily shoot images with both a fixed-focus lens and a tripod, without needing to switch between the two lenses manually.
The Canon EF 85 f/1.8L IS II USM has a focal length of f/6.0 and a maximum aperture of f4-5,800mm.
This lens is the second of the new EF 85 USM line, and the first one to feature a wide-angled focal length.
The company says the EF 85 is the first EF 85 lens to offer a 135° wide-opening aperture, with an optical design similar to that of the Canon 70-200mm f2.4 USM, and also the first to offer the EOS image processor 5.0.
The company says that this lens will also support optical image stabilization (OIS) in addition to the standard 2D AF.
The third version of the EF lens will be priced at $1,499, and will be made available for the US and Canada markets.