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Professional Cinema Lenses

Engineered to meet the exacting demands of filmmakers and cinematographers, these lenses are perfect for bringing a cinematic dimension to your filmmaking. With a focus on precision and reliability, each lens in our range is designed to bring true cinema-quality to your movie masterpiece.
Explore our Cinema Lens Range
Delve into our Cinema EOS Lens Range, featuring options like CN-R20mm T1.5 and CN-E 14-35mm T1.7. Crafted for filmmakers, each lens delivers clarity and creative flexibility.
Experience level
Great for
Lens mount
Clear All Apply
CN7 X 17 KAS T
Cinema zoom lens
7x high magnification range
Available in RF or PL mount
CN-R14mm T3.1 L F
Cinema prime lens
RF mount
11-blade iris for bokeh
CN-R20mm T1.5 L F
Cinema prime lens
RF mount
11-blade iris for bokeh
CN-R24mm T1.5 L F
Cinema prime lens
RF mount
11-blade iris for bokeh
CN-R35mm T1.5 L F
Cinema prime lens
RF mount
11-blade iris for bokeh
CN-R50mm T1.3 L F
Cinema prime lens
RF mount
11-blade iris for bokeh
Body price only
CN-R85mm T1.3 L F
Cinema prime lens
RF mount
11-blade iris for bokeh
CN-R135mm T2.2 L F
Cinema prime lens
RF mount
11-blade iris for bokeh
CN-E 14-35mm T1.7 L S/SP
Cinema zoom lens
Wide angle
T1.7 for shallow depth of field
*All references to RRP are in AUD inclusive of GST.
Learn more about our Cinema Lens technology
Our Cinema Lenses, from prime to zooms , offer filmmakers a comprehensive toolkit. Our lenses are recognised for their robust build, precise focusing, and ability to handle challenging lighting conditions. With a range that covers the CN-R series to the CN-E series, Canon provides solutions for an array of cinematic needs.
Canon cinema lenses

Why Canon Cinema Lenses?

Our lenses are renowned for their precision in focus and depth, allowing for an immersive cinematic experience. They bring a unique character to your footage, with qualities like bokeh and sharpness that stand out in the industry. The design of each lens is focused not only on its technicality but also on the ease and comfort of use for cinematographers, making them ideal for long shooting schedules. Our commitment to innovation is evident in every cinema lens, with continuous enhancements and development pushing your technology further. This commitment ensures that filmmakers and cinematographers have the tools they need to push the boundaries of their craft. Whether it's through lenses that excel in low light conditions or those offering a wide dynamic range, we support cinematographers in turning creative visions into breathtaking realities.

Cinema Lenses FAQs
Have questions about our Ciinema Lenses? Find the answers here to common queries, from the basics of cine lenses, through to the technical differences from our other lens ranges.
  • What are cinema or cine lenses?

    Cinema lenses have been designed and constructed for the rigours, work-flow and quality required ‘on set’ in a cinema environment. The standard features of a cinema lens include: manual focus and aperture rings, T-stops (rather than F-stops on stills lenses), consistent gear placement, uniform dimensions, amongst others. Cinema lenses come in a variety of lens mounts (EF and PL for example) and are most commonly manual focus lenses.
  • Are speed boosters compatible with cinema lenses?

    Extending the range of compatible lenses while maintaining their original field of view, the Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R 0.71x permits attaching EF-mount lenses to RF-mount cine and mirrorless cameras. Intended for cameras featuring a Super 35 sensor size, this adapter also incorporates an optical system to increase the effective angle of view by 0.71x, reducing the effects of a full-frame to Super 35 crop factor and increasing the maximum aperture performance by one stop. Electric contacts are also incorporated into the adapter's design and maintain full communication between the camera and lens, as well as support metadata transmission and use of Dual Pixel AF with select Canon EF lenses. Also, the adapter has been specifically designed for the EOS C70 cinema camera and features four screws and a split locking collar to ensure a secure attachment.
  • Do Canon Cinema Lenses have autofocus?

    The majority of Canon’s Cinema Lenses are manual focus lenses. Canon’s cinema lenses with autofocus functionality are:

    CN8 x 15 IAS S/E1 & CN8 x 15 IAS S/P1 

    CN10 x 25 CINE-SERVO

    CN-E 18-80mm T4.4 L IS KAS S

    CN-E 70-200mm T4.4 L IS KAS S

    CN7 X 17 KAS S 
  • What Canon Cinema Lens should I get?

    Selecting the right lens for a job can be overwhelming with all of the options. It is often a choice cinematographers take a lot of care with. To help guide you we recommend asking a few key questions before making a choice…

    1. Am I on location shooting a wide variety of shots quickly? If so, consider a zoom lens such as the CN-E 20-50mm and CN-E45-135mm Flex Zoom.

    2. Am I on set in a studio or an indoor location prioritising image quality? Consider a set of cinema primes that offer a beautiful look and shallow depth of field such as the CN-R Cinema Prime Lenses.

    3. What is my subject, what shots do I need to get? Will you require portrait style focal lengths such as 85mm or 135mm or wide focal lengths such as 14mm or 20mm.

    Canon’s wide range of cinema lenses has you covered.
  • What is the difference between cinema lenses and photo lenses?

    Cinema lenses will typically have manual focus and aperture rings (with markings and gears), T-stops rather than F-stops, minimal focus breathing, consistence housings so they can easily be swapped on set. Canon cinema lenses also feature a 11-blade iris for beautiful bokeh.
  • Can I use cinema lenses for photography?

    Yes, you can but they won’t be ideal. While a cinema lens will still give you a beautiful cinematic look, they will typically be bigger, heavier and often manual focus only. On the other hand, Canon stills lenses offer exceptional quality images and they also prioritise fast autofocus.

    Check out our full range of Canon lenses.
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