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Canon EF 50mm F1.4 USM Lens for EOS / EF Mount

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Used. Made in Japan. Fully tested in excellent working condition. 100% workable. Cosmetically, it has traces and scratches on body (look at photos) that don't affect quality of photos. Lens with two caps. No scratch, no fungus.

เลนส์ EF 50mm f/1.4 USM เป็นเลนส์ทางยาวมาตรฐานที่มีคุณภาพที่ยอดเยี่ยมและสะดวกพกพา รูรับแสงสูงสุด f/1.4 ทำให้มันมีประสิทธิภาพมากในสถานการณ์ที่มีแสงน้อยและสามารถที่จะให้ความลึกตื้น ของภาพ autofocus motor (USM) รวดเร็วราบรื่นและเงียบ โฟกัสแบบแมนนวลช่วยให้ความแม่นยำของการโฟกัสแม้อยู่ในโหมด AF
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ระยะโฟกัส 50mm
รูรับแสงกว้างที่สุด f1.4
รูรับแสงแคบที่สุด f22
ระยะโฟกัสต่ำสุด 0.45m
ระยะโฟกัสสูงสุด 0.15X
มุมของภาพ 40°, 27°, 46°
ขนาดฟิลเตอร์ 58mm
เลนส์ฮูด ES-71 II
ขนาด 73.8mm x 50.5mm
น้ำหนัก 290g
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