EF 16-35mm f / 2.8L III USM and EF 24-105mm F4L IS II USM lenses coming with Canon 5D Mark IV

Canon-5D-mark-IVJust after four days the photographers who have been waiting eagerly to get their hands on Canon 5D Mark IV can break their long time waiting, because Canon 5D Mark IV will be officially announced on 25th August 2016.

New lenses of CanonWell, we have to say to the photographers who are constantly active online to get anything latest related to Canon 5D mark IV that this new camera will be announced alongwith two lenses, EF 16-35mm f / 2.8L III USM and EF 24-105mm F4L IS II USM. However, you should know that both of these two are long rumored lenses and now finally ready to get announced.

Here are the detailed specs of the lenses…

EF 16-35mm f / 2.8L III USM

  • Lens construction: 16 elements, 11 groups, 2 UD and 3 Aspherical
  • SWC coating
  • ASC coating
  • Flourine coating
  • 9 aperture blades
  • 0.28m minimum focusing distance
  • Ring type USM
  • Full-time manual focus
  • Dust and weathersealed
  • maximum magnification: 0.25 times (35mm), 0.12 times (16Mm)
  • EF 12II when using photographic magnification: 0.65X-0.36X
  • EF 25II when using photographic magnification: 1.14X-0.80X
  • Weight: 790g
  • Total length: 127.5mm
  • Maximum diameter: 88.5mm
  • Filter Size: 82mm

EF 24-105mm F4L IS II USM

  • Lens construction: 17 elements, 12 groups, 4 Aspherical
  • ASC coating
  • Flourine coating
  • 10 aperture blades
  • 4 Stop IS (Mode 1/2)
  • Automatic tripod recognition
  • Ring type USM
  • Full-time manual focus
  • Dust and weathersealing
  • 0.45m minimum focusing distance
  • Maximum magnification: 0.24x
  • EF 12 II: 0.60x-0.12 X
  • EF25 II: 0.61X-0.27X
  • Weight 795g
  • Total length: 118mm
  • Maximum diameter: 83.5mm
  • Filter Size: 77mm

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