Canon develops two new telephoto lenses
on Friday,August 27,2010 22:08
Professional and amateur photographers often attend art school in order to hone their skills. However, having a high-quality camera can also positively affects the outcome of a photograph.
Canon recently announced that it is developing two new telephoto lens - which make far objects appear magnified - for use with its EOS series of single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras. The prototypes will be displayed at the Photokina 2010 Photography and Imaging industry fair in Cologne, Germany.
The SLR lenses will be classified in the luxury series and equipped with a high-performance image stabilization system. They will use fluorite and other special optical materials in order for the lenses to have high-contrast imaging performance in a lighter-weight body design.
The new lenses will feature improved dust-proof and moisture-proof performance for harsh shooting conditions in order to accommodate sports, news and nature photographers. They will also have high-contrast, high-resolution imaging for the maximum aperture setting.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, photographers held about 152,000 jobs during the 2008 fiscal year.
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