RF VR Lens

Canon RF 5.2mm F2.8L DUAL FISHEYE Specifications

Specifications

  • Dual fisheye lens

    Capturing a perfectly aligned stereoscopic image onto a single Full Frame sensor

  • 190° field-of-view

    Capturing an ultra-wide viewing angle for a more immersive experience

  • 60mm baseline length

    Providing a natural stereoscopic viewing experience

  • F2.8 aperture

    Exceptional performance in low light

  • UD elements and SWC coatings

    Professional image quality for sharp, high contrast images, with reduced ghosting and flare

  • Dual EMD units

    Precise control and synchronisation of the aperture ensures even exposure between the two left and right images

  • L-series quality

    Designed and built to perform in demanding conditions

  • Built-in rear gelatin filter holder

    For increased flexibility when shooting in bright conditions

Specifications in detail

Optical Features / Specifications

  • Image Size
    Full frame
  • Angle of View (Horzntl, Vertl, Diagnl)
    190°, 190°, 190°
  • Lens Construction (Elements/Groups)
    12/10
  • Special Optics
    2 x UD
  • Special Features
    Dual Fisheye with Baseline length of 60mm
  • Number of Diaphragm Blades
    7
  • Minimum Aperture
    16
  • Closest Focusing Distance (m)
    0.2
  • Maximum Magnification (x)
    0.03
  • Control Ring
    No
  • Coatings
    Super Spectra, SWC
  • Fluorine
    Front

Accessories

  • Lens Cap
    Lens Cap 5.2 (center pinch type)
  • Lens Case/Pouch
    LS1014
  • Rear End Cap
    Lens Dust Cap RF
  • Extender Compatibility
    Not Compatible
  • Other Accessories
    Hexagon wrench 

Physical Specifications

  • Dust/Moisture Resistance
    Rubber ring on lens mount 1
  • Filter Diameter (mm)
    Rear-mounted gelatin filter (35x20mm)
  • Max. Diameter x Length (mm)
    (121.1 x 83.6) x 53.52
  • Weight (g)
    350
  1. Lenses with dust/moisture resistance are fitted with a rubber ring on the lens mount which may cause slight abrasion of the camera mount. This in no way effects either the lens or camera performance.
  2. Lens dimensions when in retracted state.