• 24mm tilt and shift lens
• Low distortion and high resolution
• ± 8.5° tilt and ±12mm shift
• Independent tilt and shift movements
• Aspherical and UD lens elements
• Circular aperture
A high performance, wide-angle lens with exceptional tilt and shift range.
Expanding the possibilities for tilt and shift photography
The TS-E 24 mm f/3.5L II allows tilt and shift movements to be made independently of each other. This means perspective and depth of field can be controlled separately, vastly enhancing lens flexibility.
Widest range of movement
A wide-angle focal length of 24mm, combined with ±8.5° of tilt and ±12mm shift makes the TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II a versatile optic. Furthermore, ±90° of rotation on both the tilt and the shift mechanisms is available. The lens also features locks on the tilt and shift mechanisms to ensure unwanted movements are avoided.
High precision lens elements
A high-precision, large-diameter moulded glass aspherical lens element gives outstanding edge-to-edge resolution and low distortion. Chromatic aberration – common in wide-angle shooting – is combated by four UD (ultra low-dispersion) elements.
Subwavelength structure coating
Designed for use in digital photography, Canon’s patented lens element coating helps minimise the ghosting and flare caused by internal reflection and helps to deliver crisp, clear images.
Robust build quality
Canon L-series lenses are built to withstand regular use in the most testing environments. Weather and dust seals provide added protection.
Environmentally friendly lead-free glass is used throughout the construction of the TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II.
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17 February 2020
Often favoured by urban or architectural photographers, tilt-shift lenses enable you to achieve a high level of image perspective control. They can however be something that are tricky to understand fully when you are starting out, so we thought we would give you a brief overview of what makes them so interesting.Read full article