Canon Rangefinder (RF) 135mm f/3.5 (1:3.5 f=13.5cm)
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Oohs... a small typo error appeared on the image . Shuld read as Canon Rangefinder.. An interesting Canon RF 135mm f/3.5. Not mentioned in the Canon Museum but could be a product during interim name change from Senenar to Canon.

Credit: Image(s) courtesy of Rokas Kundrotas®. where he is more well known as maintaining another popular Rokas Photo & Videao @ EBAY with another personal site at www.Kundrotas.com - both kept a huge inventry for many used collectible equipment of major camera labels. Image copyright © 2008. All rights reserved. Please respect the visual property of the contributing photographer.

An interesting Canon RF 135mm f/3.5. Not mentioned in the Canon Museum but could be a product during interim name change from Senenar to Canon. Lens case in leatehr and an original Canon UV optical filter
Side view of an all chrome Canon 135mm f/3.5 telephoto lens
all chrome Canon 135mm f/3.5 telephoto lens
Sectional view of an all chrome Canon 135mm f/3.5 telephoto lens
Front and back view of an all chrome Canon 135mm f/3.5 telephoto lens
all chrome Canon 135mm f/3.5 telephoto lens with leather lens case



Canon (not Senenar) 135mm f/3.5 telephoto lens

Marketed: March 1958
Optical Construction: 4 elements in 3 groups
Minimum Aperture:- 22
Closest Focusing Distance1.5m
Filter attachement size:- 48mm
Maximum Diameter x Length:- 54 x 97; Weigh:- 438g

NOTE:- MK II version of the black 3.5/135mm was introduced in 1961. slighkt lighter at 424g

Canon 3.5/135mm (135mm f/3.5) black paint w/Canon 13.5cm finder/case

Canon 3.5/135mm (135mm f/3.5) black paint w/Canon 13.5cm finder/case
Lens barrel new type Canon 3.5/135mm (135mm f/3.5) black paint w/Canon 13.5cm finder/case
Lens barrel and distance, depth of field scales on Canon 135mm f/3.5) black  rangefinder RF lens
Canon 3.5/135mm (135mm f/3.5) black paint w/Canon 13.5cm finder/case and metal (black) lens hood

Missing link: Canon 135mm f/2.5 (any contributors?)

Marketed: March 1958
Optical Construction: 6 elements in 4 groups
Minimum Aperture:- 22
No. of Diaphragm Blades:- 13
Closest Focusing Distance1.5m
Filter attachement size:- 58mm
Maximum Diameter x Length:-64.5 x 77.2mm
Weight (g):- 500g

Canon FL/R mount version

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Credit
: All images (lens hood, Optical Finder and rear/side views below) herein courtesy of Mr. Kelvin from his popular gokelvincameras@Ebay Store which retails for many hard-to-find Nikon, canon, Leica, Contax and other collectible oldies. All images Copyright © 2008. All rights reserved.

Credit: Image courtesy of Mr Mike Otto <staff@pacificrimcamera.com> URL: Pacific Rim Camera, who also operates a popular Ebay Store. Image Copyright © 2003. All rights reserved. Pacific Rim camera can also be reached by mail to: Pacific Rim Camera 1965 Davcor St SE Salem, OR 97302 (503) 370-7461 Fax number is (503) 370-8801

Credit: Image courtesy of Mr. Peter Coeln from LEICA Shop®, Austria who also operates a popular Westlicht Auction House. Image Copyright © 2008. All rights reserved. Please respect the visual property of the contributing photographer.


Credit
: Image(s) courtesy of Collectible Cameras®. The company is more well known as another popular RITZ Camera it has a huge inventry for many used collectible equipment of major camera labels. Image copyright © 2008. All rights reserved. Please respect the visual property of the contributing photographer.

Credit: Image(s) courtesy of Rokas Kundrotas®. where he is more well known as maintaining another popular Rokas Photo & Videao @ EBAY with another personal site at www.Kundrotas.com - both kept a huge inventry for many used collectible equipment of major camera labels. Image copyright © 2008. All rights reserved. Please respect the visual property of the contributing photographer.

Credit: Image(s) courtesy of BOB1394@Ebay.com from his EBAY STORE. He also operates an personal section at Lenswork64. Image(s) copyright © 2008. All rights reserved. Please respect the visual property of the contributing photographer.