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Canon Lens FL 300mm f/5.6 S.S.C. FLUORITE telephoto lens

Introduced in March, 1969. It was also the world's first tele-photographic lens that was incorporated with an artificial Fluorite optical element to contain chromatic abberation common found in telephoto lenses.
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OR refer to the Canon FD mount section for more information on this 300mm FL f/5.6 FLUORITE lens

Canon FL-F FLUORITE 300mm f/5.6 Telephoto lens
Canon Lens FL-F 300mm f/5.6 S.S.C. FLUORITE telephoto lens

Having an 8° angle of view, this lens incorporates one element made from artificial fluorite into its compact design, and produces images with truly outstanding sharpness, contrast and color balance. Because of its light weight (880g), this lens is ideal for shooting sports, wildlife, or candids. Supplied with its own built-in lens hood, rotating tripod collar, and deluxe carrying case.

MORE INFO can be accessed via my web friend, Marco-Cavina Site (external Link) on this lens (along with the FL-F 500mm f/5.6).

Canon 300mm f/5.6 FL-FLOURITE telephoto lens side view Canon 300mm f/5.6 FL-FLOURITE telephoto lens rear metal mount

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Canon FL-F FLUORITE 300mm f/5.6 Telephoto lens - LINK TO SHOWCASE
LINK to a Mini SHOWCASE

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Caonon FL Zoom 55-135mm f/3.5 Zoom lens

This supremely convenient FL 55-135mm F 3.5 zoom lens, a combination of many lenses from standard to telephoto, has a completely automatic diaphragm mechanism.

Canon FL 55-135mm f/3.5 zoom lense
Its optical construction, 10 components, 13 elements, boasts aberration compensation that does not show the slightest change during changes in focal length. This lens also provides excellent color balance, sharp focus and high resolving power.


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Name: Canon Zoom Lens FL 55 - 135mm F 3.5 Focal Length: f=55-135mm
Aperture Ratio
: 1:3.5 Construction: 10 components, 13 elements Coating: Amber, Magenta Diaphragm: Automatic/ Manual preset type

SteveByford55135mmzoom_Aa.jpg SByford55135mmzoom_Ea.jpg Early FL Zoom 55-135mm f/3.5
An early Canon FL mount 55-135mm f/3.5 Zoom lens Credit: Images courtesy of Mr. Steve Byford <info@ffordes.com> Image Copyright © 2006. All rights reserved.

Min. Aperture:
22 Distance Scale: 2 - 30 oo in meters, 7 -100 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 43°-18°, Horizontal 36° - 15°, Vertical 25° - 10° Focusing System:Rotary drive helicoid Hood: S-60 Filter Size: 58mm (2-5/16") Length x Max. Dia: 141 x 69mm (5-9/16" x 2-11/16") Weight: 790 grams (1 lb. 11-7/8 oz.)

Canon FL-mount Zoom 100-200mm f/5.6 Telephoto Zoom lens

Weight and bulk are among the problems facing a designer of zoom lenses when they extend beyond the 2X zoom ratio. Neither of these are a problem with the increasingly popular 100-200mrn zoom, which is characterized by compactness, short length and light weight.


Its optical performance includes a perfect compensation mechanism with an unchanging focal point that maintains stability. Moreover, the highest performance can be expected from this lens because of its convenient and fully automatic diaphragm mechanism.

Name: Canon Lens FL 100-200mm F 5.6 Focal Length: f=100-200mm Aperture Ratio: 1:5.6 Construction: 5 components, 8 elements Coating: Magenta Diaphragm: Automatic/Manual preset type


Minimum Aperture: 22 Distance Scale: 2.5-30
OO in meters, 8-100 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 24°-12°, Horizontal 20° - 10°, Vertical 14°-70' Focusing System: Rotary drive helicoid Hood: Built-in type Filter Size: 55mm (2-3/16") Length x Max. Dia.: 173 x 67mm (6-13/16" x 2-5/8") Weight: 650 grams (1 lb. 6-15/16 oz.)

Canon FL-mount
Zoom 85-300mm f/5.0 Telephoto Zoom lens

This lens possesses the high zoom ratio of 3.5X and the fastest lens speed in its class. All points within the focal length show high performance, and ^-the image is of preeminent superiority to the outermost edges. Its color rendition is faithful to the original. It has recently become a "must" among professional cameramen.

Name: Canon Lens FL 85-300mm F5 Focal Length: f=85-300mm Aperture Ratio: 1:5


Construction: 9 components, 15 elements Coating: Amber, Magenta Diaphragm: Automatic/Manual preset type Min. Aperture: 22 Distance Scale: 4 - 50 oo in meters, 12-200
OO in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 29°-8°, Horizontal 24°-7°, Vertical 16° - 5° Focusing System: Rotary drive helicoid Hood: Built-in type Filter Size: 72mm (2-13/16") Length x Max. Dia.: 273 x 94mm (10-3/4" x 3-11/16") Weight: 1,840 grams (4 lb. 7/8 oz.)

Canon FL-mount Zoom 85-300mm f/5.0 Telephoto Zoom lens
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Canon FL-mount Zoom 85-300mm f/5.0 Telephoto Zoom lens  with Keeper / lens case


Canon R
300mm f/4.0 Telephoto lens The R series of long-telephoto lenses, which are interchangeable on all Canon single-lens reflex cameras, are used in combination with the Bellows R. Optical system of R 300 F 4 is composed of 4 components and S elements and its high resolving power is preeminent. Long telephoto lenses with focal lengths of 300mm and over are indispensable for shooting sporting events and wild life. When using these lenses, great care should be taken to prevent camera blurring. The use of a steady tripod is recommended.

Name: Canon Lens R 300mm F 4 Focal Length: f=300mm Aperture Ratio: 1:4 Construction: 4 components, 5 elements Coating: Magenta Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 22 Min. Distance: 1.5 OO in meters, 5 OO in feet
Angle of View: Diagonal 8°, Horizontal 7°, Vertical 5° Focusing System: Bellows R Hood: Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8") Length x Max. Dia.: 243 x 91mm (9-9/16" x 3-9/16") Weight: 1,200 grams (2 lb 10-15/16 oz.)

Canon R
400mm f/4.5 Super Telephoto lens The R 400mm F 4.5 lens with its relatively large aperture provides high image contrast and stabilized definition to the edges. This lens is widely used for documentary, news and mountain photography. When using long telephoto lenses such as this, it becomes very difficult to catch a moving object through the finder. For this reason, all Canon telephoto lenses of this and longer focal lengths have a sports type see-through finder with rifle type sights so that the moving object can be easily pinpointed and centered in the finder.

Name: Canon Lens R 400mm F4 5 Focal Length: f=400mm Aperture Ratio: 1:4.5 Construction: 4 components, 5 elements Coating: Magenta Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 22 Min. Distance: 3.1 OO in meters, 10 OO in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 6°, Horizontal 5°, Vertical 3° Focusing System: Bellows R Hood: Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8") Length x Max. Dia.: 366 x l00mm (1' 2-7/16" x 3-15/16") Weight: 1,700 grams (3 Ib. 11-15/16 oz )


Canon FL-F FLUORITE 500mm f/5.6 Telephoto lens
Canon FL-F 500mm f/5.6 FLUORITE telephoto lens

OPtical contruction for Canon FL-F FLUORITE 500mm f/5.6 Telephoto lens
MORE INFO can be accessed via my web friend, Marco-Cavina Site (external Link) on this lens (along with the FL-F 500mm f/5.6).

Canon R 600mm f/5.6 Super Telephoto lens

The forceful effect of compression, wherein the background in a medium distance scene appears close to the main subject as well as foreground foreshortening, is one of the main uses of the long telephoto lenses in the midrange grouping. Only the ultra-long-telephoto lenses provide greater pulling power to the image. The R 600mm is indispensable for wild life photography of large animals at medium distances, sports pictures from the stands, aircraft in flight and for other subjects where the four-degree angle of view provides adequate image size on the negative.

Name: Canon Lens R 600mm F 5 6 Focal Length: f=600mm Aperture Ratio: 1 5 6



Construction: 1 component, 2 elements Coating: Purple Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 32 Min. Distance: 6.4 oo in meters, 21.3 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 4°, Horizontal 3°, Vertical 2° Focusing System: Bellows R Hood:
Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8") Length xMax.Dia.: 586 x 118mm (1'11-1/16" x 4-5/8") Weight: 1,800 grams (3 lb. 15-1/2 oz.)

Canon R 800mm f/8.0 Super Telephoto lens

Intermediate between the 600mm and 1000mm Canon telephoto lenses, the 800mm provides an extra degree of narrow angle coverage, an angle of view of only three degrees and an aperture opening that is one full stop faster than the 1000mm super-telephoto.


The image magnification ratio, when compared with the standard lens, is 16:1. Like the 600mm, this lens is best utilized for the same range of subjects in the medium to~far distances where sharp, color-correct reproductions are the requirement of the photographer.

Name: Canon Lens R 800mm F 8 Focal Length: f=800mm Aperture Ratio: 1:8


Construction: 1 component, 2 elements Coating: Purple Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 32 Min. Distance: 13.5 oo in meters, 45 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 3°, Horizontal 2° 30', Vertical 1° 42' Focusing System: Bellows R Hood:
Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8 ) Length x Max. Dia.: 782 x 112mm (2'6-13/16" x 4-7/16") Weight: 1,900 grams (4 lb. 3 oz.)



Canon R
1000mm f/11 Super Telephoto lens

This lens has the longest focal length of all Canon interchangeable lenses sold on the market. Its image magnification ratio, when compared to a standard lens, is a sensational 20:1. The optical system of this R 1000mm F 11 1ens, which belongs to the Gauss type, is of simple l-component, 2-element construction. However, the various aberration corrections of this lens are very well balanced. It has substantial definition and its lens speed is approximately the limit for this type of lens.

Name: Canon Lens R 1000mm F 11 Focal Length: f=1000mm Aperture Ratio: 1:11


Construction:
1 component, 2 elements Coating: Purple Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 32 Min. Distance: 21 OO in meters, 70 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 2° 24', Horizontal 20° 6' Vertical 1° 24' Focusing System: Bellows R Hood: Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8") Length x Max. Dia.: 973 x 100mm (3'2-5/16" x 3-15/16") Weight: 1,800 grams (3 lb. 15-1/2 oz.)



Canon
FL19mm F 3.5 R ultra-wideangle lens

This lens can be used on any rangefinder type camera with focal plane shutter and a standard screw mount. Its optical system is of the same construction as the FL 19mm F 3.5. This lens covers the widest-angle of any lens in the world incorporating this system.


Name: Canon Lens 19mm F 3.5 Focal Length: f=19mm Aperture Ratio: 1:3.5 Construction: 7 components, 9 elements Coating: Magenta, Purple Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 16 Distance Scale: 0.5-700 in meters, 1 75 - 20-oin feet Angle of View: Diagonal 96°, Horizontal 87°, Vertical 65° Focusing System: Straight drive double helicoid Hood: None Filter Size: 55mm(2-3/16") Length x Max, Dia.: 30.5 x 60mm(1-3/16" x 2-3/8") Weight: 200 grams(7-1/16

Canon FL 19mm f/3.5  R wideangle lens

Canon FL 19mm f/3.5 R ultrawide angle lense


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Canon 35mm f/1.5 fast speed wideangle lens

Excellent optical and color rendition characteristics make this lens indispensable to the professional photographer, particularly to the photojournalist. It has the dual characteristic of providing crisp definition at f/2.8 and smaller apertures and just a trace of softness at the maximum aperture. Light falloff at the edge of the negative is extremely slight at maximum aperture and becomes correct at the smaller apertures. Aberration correction is near-perfect. It is one of those few lenses that have a distinct "personality" that satisfies the discriminating photographer.

Name: Canon Lens 35mm F 1.5 Focal Length: f=35mm Aperture Ratio: 1:1.5 Construction: 4 components, 8 elements Coating: Amber Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 22 Distance Scale: 1 - 20Ooin meters, 3.5 - 5ocoin feet Angle of View: Diagonal 64°, Horizontal 54°, Vertical 38° Focusing System: Straight drive double helicoid Hood: None Filter Size: 48mm(1-7/8") Length x Max. Dia.: 29 x 56mm(1-1/8" x 2-3/16") Weight: 185 grams(6-1/2 oz.)




Canon 50mm f/1.2 standard lens

A super-large aperture standard lens belonging to the improved Gauss category. It is composed of 5 components and 7 elements, of which 4 elements are made of new type glass. The various aberrations are rigidly corrected, resulting in very little flare at maximum aperture and clear images with high contrast. Thus, this lens can be used to advantage for shooting subjects under comparatively low lighting indoors or in the evening outdoors. This lens is most suited to color reproduction because color aberration compensation is perfect and has high contrast with no flares over the entire surface.


Name: Canon Lens 50mm F 1.2 Focal Length: f=50mm Aperture Ratio: 1:12 construction: s components, 7 elements coating: Amber Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 22 Distance Scale: 1-20 OO in meters, 3.5-50 OO in feet Angle of view: Diagonal 64°, Horizontal 54°, Vertical 38° Focusing System: 8traight drive double helicoid Hood: Exclusive Filter Size: 55mm(2-3/16") Length x Max. Dia: 39 x 63mm(1-9/16") Weight: 322g (11-3/8 oz)



Canon 7 camera with 50mm f/0.95 standard lens

Canon 7 with 0.95 lens.

The Canon Rangefinder Canon 7 and the 0.95 lens that I owned.

Canon 50mm f/ 0.95 * high speed Standard lens

The ultimate in lens design and the world fastest lens in current production. To obtain a lens with such a high speed it becomes necessary to greatly increase the number of elements. However, Canon's optical technology succeeded in breaking the f/ 1 barrier with almost the same optical system as the 50rnm F 1.2.

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The speed of f/ 0.95 is approximately four times that of the human eye. Therefore, this lens is widely used by professional cameramen for taking snapshots at night.

Name: Canon Lens 50mm F 0.95 Focal Length: f=50mm Aperture Ratio: 1:0.95 Construction: 5 components, 7 elements Coating: Amber Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 16 Distance Scale: 1 - 20 OO in meters, 3.5-50 OO in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 64°, Horizontal 54°, Vertical 38° Focusing system Straight drive double helicoid Hood: Exclusive Filter size 72mm (2-13/16") Length x Max. Dia.: 48 x 79mm(1-7/8" x 3-1/8") Weight: 605 grams (1 lb. 5-5/16 oz.) * For Canon 7 and 7S use




Canon 100mm f/2.0 Telephoto lens

A large aperture 100mm lens designed for a wide range of uses, it is ideal for portraiture, snapshots and commercial photography. The various aberrations, including astigmatism, are uniformly eliminated.


Name: Canon Lens 100mm F 2 Focal Length: f=100mm Aperture Ratio: 1:2 Construction: 4 components, 6 elements Coating: Amber Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 22 Distance Scale: 1-30 OO in meters, 3.5-100 OO in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 24°, Horizontal 20 °, Vertical 14° Focusing System: Straight drive double helicoid Hood: T-60 Filter Size: 58mm (2-5/16") Length x Max. Dia.: 91 x 63mm (3-9/16" x 2-1/2") Weight: 515 grams (1 lb. 2-3/16 oz.)


Canon
135mm f/2.5 Telephoto lens

Since this lens has a lens speed that exceeds the rangefnding capacity of the rangefinder, it is used in combination with Mirror Box 2. The Mirror Box 2 is a reflex housing composed of an elevating type mirror and a finder optical system which provides the same mechanical functions as a single-lens reflex camera. The large aperture optical system is of the 4component, 6-element telephoto type with high resolving power that produces a high contrast image.

Name: Canon Lens M 135mm F 2.5 Focal Length: f=135mm Aperture Ratio: 1:2.5 Construction: 4 components, 6 elements Coating: Magenta Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 22 Distance Scale: 1.5-30 oo in meter, 5-l00 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 18°, Horizontal 15°, Vertical 10° Focusing System: Straight drive double helicoid with Mirror Box 2 Hood: T-60 Filter Size: 58mm(2-5/16") Length: x Max. Dia.: 77 x 65mm(3-1/16" x 2-9/16") Weight: 500 grams (1 lb. 1-5/8 oz.)


* For Mirror Box 2 use



Canon M 200mm F 3.5 telephoto lens

A telephoto lens for exclusive use with Mirror Box 2. Popularity of this lens is due to its wide utility, including sporting events, news photography and snapshots.


Name: Canon Lens M 200mm F 3.5 Focal Length: f=200mm Aperture Ratio: 1:3.5 Construction: 5 components, 7 elements Coating: Magenta Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 22 Distance Scale: 2.5-50 oo in meters, 8 - 150 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 12°, Horizontal 10°, Vertical 7° Focusing System: Straight drive double helicoid
with Mirror Box 2 Hood: T-60 Filter Size: 58mm (2-5/16") Length x Max.Dia: 135 x 69mm (5-5/16" x 2-11/16") Weight: 610 grams (1 lb. 5-1/2 oz.)
* For Mirror Box 2 use

Canon
400mm f/4.5 Super Telephoto lens

This 400mm F 4.5 lens, which belongs to the large aperture group in this class, has very little flare, possesses high resolving power and provides uniform sharpness to the edges. It is an indispensable lens for shooting documentary, news and wild life photos.

Telephoto lenses with focal lengths of 400mm or more require a complete set of accessories which is called the S set. This S set includes: Mirror Box 2, a supporter, a lens supporter plate, an intermediate tube, Bellows R, a lens hood and a dust cap.


Name: Canon Lens 400mm F 4 5 Focal Length: f=400mm Aperture Ratio: 1 4 5 Construction: 4 components, 5 elements Coating: Magenta Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 32 Min. Distance: 2.6 - OO in meters, 8 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 6°, Horizontal 5°, Vertical 3° Focusing System: Bellows R Hood: Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8") Length x Max. Dia.: 189 x 100mm (7-7/16" x 3-15/16") Weight: 1,700 grams (3 lb 11-15/16 oz.)

Canon FL 400mm f/56  Telephoto lens - LINK TO SHOWCASE
LINK to a Mini SHOWCASE - Canon 400mm f/5.6 w/Focusing Stage

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Canon FL 500mm f/56 FLUORITE Telephoto lens - LINK TO SHOWCASE
LINK to a Mini SHOWCASE - Canon 500mm f/5.6 FLUORITE Super Telephoto lens

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Canon 600mm f/5.6 Super Telephoto lens

Telephoto lenses with focal lengths of 600mm or more produce pictures with intensely effective results. This lens is ideal for astronomical observations and shooting of sporting events. Moreover, the lens is suited to color photography since it has high contrast with no flare and perfect compensation of color aberrations.
Name: Canon Lens 600mm F 5 6 Focal Length: f=600mm Aperture Ratio: 1 5 6


Construction: 1 component, 2 elements Coating: Purple Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 32 Min. Distance: 5.1
OO in meters, 15.4 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 4°, Horizontal 3°, Vertical 2° Focusing System: Bellows R Hood: Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8") Length x Max. Dia.: 384 x 118mm (1'3-1/8" x 4-5/8") Weight: 2,100 grams (4 lb. 10-1/16 oz.)

Canon 800mm f/8.0 Super Telephoto lens

This Gauss type lens, composed of 1 component and 2 elements, is effective for shooting very distant subjects. Image magnification is 16 times that of a standard lens.


Canon FL 800mm f/8.0 LINK TO SHOWCASE
Name: Canon Lens 800mm F 8 Focal Length: f=800mm Aperture Ratio: 1:8 Construction: 1 component, 2 elements Coating: Purple Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 32 Min. Distance: 11 OO in meters, 33 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 3°, Horizontal 2°30' Vertical 1°42' Focusing System: Bellows R Hood: Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8") Length x Max. Dia.: 566 x 112mm (1'10-5/16" x 4-7/16") Weight: 1,900 grams (4 lb. 3 oz.)

Canon 1000mm f/11 Super Telephoto lens This lens has the longest focal length of all Canon lenses currently marketed. The rate of image magnification is 20 times that of a standard lens.

It is very effective for clear reproduction of unapproachable subjects and for photographing mountains and wild life.

Name: Canon Lens 1000mm F 11 Focal Length: f=1000mm Aperture Ratio: 1:11 Construction: 1 component, 2 elements Coating: Purple Diaphragm: Manual type Min. Aperture: 32 Min. Distance: 15 oo in meters, 45 oo in feet Angle of View: Diagonal 2°24' Horizontal 2°6' Vertical 1°24' Focusing System: Bellows R Hood: Exclusive Filter Size: 48mm (1-7/8") Length x Max. Dia.: 718 x 100mm (2' 4-5/16" x 3-15/16") Weight: 1,800 grams (3 lb. 15-1/2 oz.)

Canon FL 1200mm f/11 Telephoto lens - LINK TO SHOWCASE
LINK to a Mini SHOWCASE - Canon 1200mm f/11 Super Telephoto lens

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OTHERS:- " ... The Bellows FL is a three track bellows with both front and rear adjustment as well as overall adjustment. A semi-automatic aperture mechanism which automatically closes the diaphragm makes the Bellows FL almost as easy to use as a fully automatic bellows. Minute adjustments can be made in front to rear movement to simplify focusing. When using the Bellows, it is desirable to use a macro lens which is especially designed for close focusing, however when an FD lens is used, very satisfactory results can be expected. The 50mm FD lens's magnification ratios can be read directly from the Bellows scale engraved on to it. When it is used with a standard lens, macrophotography with a magnification from 1X to 3X can be performed.... " - LYDrooster

Canon FL Mount BELLOW UNIT Canon FL-mount Bellow Unit


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