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Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II

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If you aren’t sure what this is, you don’t want it.

The Canon 24mm Tilt-Shift lens was developed with several marked improvements over the previous version. The most dramatic change is the tilt and shift axes can be independently rotated between themselves and the camera body, rather than remaining at 90 degrees as the previous version (and all other tilt-shift lenses) required. There are also multiple aspherical and UD glass elements, curved aperture blades, ‘sub-wavelength’ coatings, and virtually everything in the lens-design book.

Roger Cicala

Roger's Take

Roger Cicala

President of LensRentals.com

This lens is amazingly sharp, amazingly wide, has absolutely no chromatic aberration, and is exceedingly well built. The new Canon TS-Es are as good as anything available in the genre. You can tilt, shift, and change the planes of each relative to each other. If you have tilt-shift experience, this lets you do remarkable things. If you’re tilt-shift challanged (this would be me) you can still do remarkable things- once. Then you can spend the next two hours figuring out how you did that.

To be honest, both the Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5 and Canon TS-E 17mm f/4 are so sharp, I sometimes take them in place of another prime to shoot as regular lenses- they’re just that good. Then you can do the tilt-shifty thingamabob and get some really amazing depth of field, slam home a quick panorama, straighten up tall buildings, or just get a very cool effect.

March, 2012

Filter Size
82mm (nonrotating front element)
Aperture
f3.5-22
Length
3.5”
Diameter
4.2”
Weight
1.7 lb
Hood
EW-88B
Minimum Focusing Distance
7 inches
Maximum Magnification
.34x
Angle of view: (full frame)
84 degrees
Maximum Tilt
+/- 6.5 degrees
Maximum Shift
+/- 12 degrees
Zoom method
NA
Image Stabilization
None
Focusing System
Internal focusing, nonrotating, manual only, floating element
Aperture Blades
8 curved, octagonal
Groups/Elements
11/16
Low Dispersion Elements
3
Fluorite Elements
0
Aspherical Elements
1
Weather Resistant
No
Flare resistance
very mild ghosting, mild contrast loss
System
Canon EF
Compatibility
Crop, Full frame
Specialty
Tilt-Shift
Autofocus
No
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Rental Period Waiver Price Rental Price Total Price Approximate Day Rate
3 days $11.00 $69.00 $80.00 $26.67
4 days $11.00 $74.00 $85.00 $21.25
7 days $15.00 $99.00 $114.00 $16.29
10 days $20.00 $134.00 $154.00 $15.40
14 days $26.00 $173.00 $199.00 $14.21
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30 days $44.00 $292.00 $336.00 $11.20
45 days $58.00 $381.00 $439.00 $9.76
60 days $68.00 $446.00 $514.00 $8.57
90 days $87.00 $574.00 $661.00 $7.34
Rental Period Rental Price Approximate Day Rate
3 days $69.00 $23.00
4 days $74.00 $18.50
7 days $99.00 $14.14
10 days $134.00 $13.40
14 days $173.00 $12.36
21 days $233.00 $11.10
30 days $292.00 $9.73
45 days $381.00 $8.47
60 days $446.00 $7.43
90 days $574.00 $6.38

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