EF 35-80mm f4-5.6 II

introduced 1993

This lens does not use a micro ultrasonic motor (USM) for the autofocusing system. Instead, it features a DC motor. A rubber belt is used for incremental reduction from the motor to the gear unit. Use of the rubber belt greatly reduces AF drive noise previously encountered with DC motors. This makes the system an acceptable alternative to USM lenses.

The 35-80mm f/4-5.6 II lens uses 8 elements in 8 groups. It has closest focusing distance of 0.38 metre giving a magnification of 0.25x at the 80mm setting. Manual focusing is possible by setting the focusing mode to ‘M’ and operating the manual focusing ring.

Lens construction: 8 elements in 8 groups
Minimum aperture: f32
Aperture blade: 5
Closest focusing distance: 0.38m
Magnification: 0.25x
Filter size: 52mm
Focus adjustment: front group rotating extension system with Micro Motor
Size: 65 x 61m
Weight: 170g
Lens hood: EW-54
Hard case: LHC13

item2
HOME  v  EOS

Quick links

EOS digital cameras

EOS film cameras

Lenses for EOS cameras

Speedlite flashguns

Canon EOS accessories

m1

Here to help 01869 331741

email2
EOSdcad

Printed instruction manuals for your Canon lens

Professionally made books
from 7.95

m2
m3
m4
Redbackgrdlinear

item6Free
sampler

when you
subscribe
to our
EOS mail newsletter

 

flogom3m4