Canon's new EF 35mm f/2 IS USM lens has been designed to offer photographers "great flexibility to shoot a wider range of scenes and subjects in wide-angle," says Canon. It features an aspherical glass-mounted element positioned at the rear of the optical path to correct aberration for the entire optical system.
It also sports Super Spectra coatings to reduce ghosting and flare, "ensuring excellent colour balance with minimal need for post processing".
The Canon EF 24-70mm f/4L IS USM is "ideal for reportage and wedding photography, [as] it combines an essential everyday focal range with a premium quality L-series construction," claims Canon.
The lens uses two aspherical elements alongside two Ultra-low Dispersion lenses. It has a nine-blade circular iris and a newly-designed IS system.
Both lenses will be released next month, with the 35mm model retailing at £799, while the 24-70mm lens will sport a £1499 retail price.
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