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Canon 8-64mm T2.4

Canon 8-64mm T2.4


The Canon 8-64mm is a vintage Super 16mm cinema zoom with a 16-128mm field of view on  Super 35 sensors. This zoom is sharp with a close-focus that lets you keep your subject super  close, having little to no focus breathing. The Canon 8-64mm has all of the favorable focal  lengths in its range and a fast T2.4 aperture, making this perfect for documentary-style shoots  where you would need to swap lenses frequently or lighting is uncontrollable. This zoom is  compact and lightweight, making handheld shots far more manageable.

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