June will see the addition of two new wide-angle prime lenses to Canon’s EF line-up.
The EF24mm f/2.8 IS USM can focus down to 20 cm and includes optical image stabilisation. The EF28mm f/2.8 IS USM is also stabilised and focuses to 23 cm. Canon claims up to four stops of shutter speed advantage for the stabilisation system in each lens.
Both lenses include new features such as small ring USM, high-speed CPU and optimised auto focus, along with advanced technology to minimise distortion, flare and ghosting, such as GMo aspherical lens elements. Both operate quickly and quietly and are ideal for shooting in noise-sensitive conditions. The iris diaphragm in each lens closes to a circular aperture for attractive bokeh.
For more information on the new lenses, visit www.canon.com.au.