|Price incl. VAT||£195.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£163.25|
Ultra-thin and lightweight wide-angle lens with a fixed focal length of 22 mm is designed for architectural photography, interiors and landscapes. Use it when taking the daily reports. Thanks to the widescreen version of each image capture more of the scene. You discover its advantages especially when shooting in low light. High aperture of f / 2.0 allows you to capture the natural ambience of evening and night scenes without a flash or tripod. Only then you will enjoy the freedom of shooting from hand, even in low light.
Thanks to the presence of a stepping motor STM and Servo AF function can also easily make movies in high quality. Focusing is thanks to this combination of very quiet and smooth - movies are so smooth and with minimal blur.
Impairment of images precedes aspherical lenses, which correct any spherical aberration. The images will be quality, sharp, high-contrast and distortion-free under all conditions, even in low light. The lens has a special coating Super Spectra, which helps ensure accurate color balance and high contrast. Copes well with flashes and doubling the image.
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Canon was founded in 1933. Its original title translated to "portable laboratory optics". The Japanese company has been headquartered in Tokyo since its inception. Canon is particularly associated with the production of digital cameras and accessories, where they remain the leading innovator and producer of imaging solutions. Aside from digital cameras, the company also operates in the production of office equipment, particularly copiers or printers.
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