Canon K-35 Primes (TLS Conversion)
Canon’s original cinema lenses from the 1970’s, the K-35s were heavily based on the Canon FD still photography lenses. Featuring the same warm tones and smoothness as the FDs, with a new iris blade design and aspheric optics, along with a new Super Spectral Coating which produces pleasing bokeh flaring. These lenses were so popular during the 70’s that they won Canon an Academy Award for optical design in 1977. (Note: Only the 24mm - 85mm are compatible for full frame cinematography)
The TLS Conversion corrects the mechanical shortcomings of the 50-year-old lenses and features uniform focus and iris gears, as well as modern cinema housings with internal focusing mechanisms. The TLS K-35s are a perfect modern reimagining of a true classic.
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