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Canon FJS lenses 5, 9, 14, 24, 35 and 55 mm.

Price: $7,990.00
Location: India
Condition: Used
Viewed: 43 times
Date Expires: 17/11/2021
Item ID: 217775

Canon FJS lenses 5, 9, 14, 24, 35 and 55 mm.

Canon FJS lenses

This lovely almost new condition B4 mount 3/4" prime lens set of 6 lenses from Canon is a FJS prime lens set that is available for sale from the equipment inventory of Wilderness Films India Ltd. which runs the wildfilmsindia content brand online.

We highly recommend this set of 6 Canon FJS primes, a set of Canon high speed primes with focal lengths of 5, 9, 14, 24, 35 and 55 mm. These are as sharp and fast as Zeiss Ultra Primes, and cost US$45, 000 abroad, when new. You can have them for 6 lakhs only! And these lenses are faster and sharper than Zeiss Ultra Primes!






We have never really used these lens in the field and have THREE such units available for sale as a set, or individually. The same were bought for a 3D setup that was never operationalized at our end. The near brand new lens set of SIX lenses can be picked up from our New Delhi office for Rs. 6 lakhs or US$7990, or we can ship them anywhere around the world.

Kit Plus: US$7990




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