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Canon Patent For New 16-35mm and 17-40mm Lenses (?)

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Egami (translated) spotted some interesting patents filed by Canon.

The patent refers to new 17-40mm and 16-35mm lenses, as you can see with apertures between f/2.8 and f/4. Are these patents for the replacements of the EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM and the highly popular Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lenses? These two lenses were measured by DxOMark a few weeks ago.

Canon Patent

  • Patent Publication No. 2014-41245
    • Publication date 2014.3.6
    • Filing date 2012.8.22
  • Example 1
    • Focal length f = 16.49-23.55-33.95mm
    • Fno. 4.10
    • Half angle ω = 52.68-42.57-32.51 °
    • 14 pieces of 10-group lens configuration
  • Example 2
    • Focal length f = 17.50-25.45-38.90mm
    • Fno. 4.10
    • Half angle ω = 51.03-40.36-29.08 °
    • 15 pieces of 11-group lens configuration
  • Example 4
    • Focal length f = 17.50-24.82-38.89mm
    • Fno. 2.88-3.25-4.10
    • Half angle ω = 51.02-41.08-29.09 °
    • 15 pieces of 11-group lens configuration
  • Example 5
    • Focal length f = 16.50-25.34-34.00mm
    • Fno. 2.91
    • Half angle ω = 52.66-40.49-32.47 °
    • 15 pieces of 11-group lens configuration
  • Canon patents
    • 4-group zoom of positive and negative positive negative
    • Inner focus

 

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