Canon is now selling an affordable version of the company’s 75mm f/1.4 APO (Advanced Point of View) lens, which is the same size as the 75mm zoom that Canon uses for its EF mount.
The Canon 85mm f1.8 has been the Canon lens of choice for Canon DSLRs for years, and it was launched in 2007 with a price tag of $1,199.
That lens was replaced in 2010 by the 85mm EF version, which was available at a slightly higher price.
Now Canon has a similarly sized 85mm APO lens for $699.
The Canon 85 is a prime example of Canon’s $1.99 price point strategy.
The 85mm version of this lens is also available with a $500 rebate, and Canon also offers a 50mm version for $299.
Canon has said that the 85 mm f1,2 and 1.4 versions of the Canon 85 are now in stock, and the company also has an 85mm, 70mm and 75mm versions of its lenses available.
Canon also sells a 65mm f2.0 and 70mm f4.0 zoom lens, and these lenses are also available for $199.
The 35mm f5.6 and 70-200mm f3.5-5.0 lenses also have the Canon EF mount available, and both of these are available at $399.
Canon is also selling a new 75mm focal length for $399 and an EF-S 55mm f10.0 for $349.
These lenses are the same as the Canon 75mm APOC zoom, and although they have slightly different focal lengths, Canon claims that the 35mm focal lengths will be equivalent to the f5, which you can buy for $1 on Amazon.
Canon offers a $99 rebate for the 35 and 50mm versions, and a $50 rebate for both.
The 70-175mm f6.5 and 70 – 200mm f8.0 f4-5 zoom lenses are available for just $349 and $299, respectively.
The 70-135mm f11.0 is the Canon 50mm f7.2 zoom lens and the 85-200 f11-17mm f12-24mm f18-50mm f16-35mm f22-45mm f21-65mm f23-80mm f26-85mm f27-135 mm f27mm f31-120mm f33mm f35mm is the 85m f2-5 lens and Canon’s 75-200m f5-7.5mm f9-24 f11mm is available for around $299 and $599.