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Canon FDn 28-85 mm f/ 4 Lens

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Canon FDn 28-85 mm f/ 4 lens

Canon FDn 28-85 mm f/ 4 lens

Canon FDn 28-85 mm f/ 4 lens

Canon FDn 28-85 mm f/ 4 lens

Optical design

Canon FDn 28-85 mm f/ 4 optical design

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Zoom lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Canon FD, FDn

First year of production: 1985

Last year of production: 1989

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Average price: $125

Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
28mm - 85mmf/4.0f/2280.972485/17,1104/4,1

Additional information:

Canon FDn 28-85mm f/4 is standard zoom lens for Canon FD New 35mm SLR cameras.

This lens covers the most frequently used focal lengths and with its zoom ratio of 3, rivals the excellent standard zooms. Canon uses three group zooming system optimally corrects all aberrations and allows light weight, compact construction. A built-in movable flare-stopper minimises undesirable incident rays to maintain flare-free excellent optical performance.The built-in macro capability permits close-up photography over the entire zoom range. A minimum film-to-subject shooting distance of 50mm is possible at the short telephoto extremity of 85mm (with a magnification ratio of 0.2X). Constant aperture of f4.0 is maintained throughout the zoom range.


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Posted by: buslig22   Date of publication: 29.12.2016


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