Aquaflex Pro, Pro-level lenses review
Posted On July 11, 2021
The Aquafax Pro-grade lenses are designed for pro-level video capture with an ultra-wide angle lens and a fast, compact design.
You’ll get the best-in-class Pro-sensor design with a wide field of view, wide dynamic range, wide aperture, and a new aperture of f/2.0.
They’re available with an assortment of lenses, including an f/1.8 lens, a wide-angle lens, and an f1.2 lens.
The new Pro-style lenses are the first lenses to be specifically designed to use a combination of lenses and software to deliver an ultra wide angle.
The lenses come in various sizes, and the Pro-format lenses are available in both 18mm and 35mm sizes, with the 35mm being the widest.
They’ll be available with lenses from Pro-Plus to Pro-MAX and all-inclusive Pro-max lenses will come in the Pro+ range, too.
The new lenses are also designed to be interchangeable, and while we’ve seen a handful of adapters made for Pro lenses already, this is the first time you’ll be able to add the new Pro lenses to any other Pro lens.
In fact, the new lenses will work with the Canon EF 24-70mm f/4L USM lens as well as the Canon 85mm f1-4L II USM.
These are the only new lenses in the series to come with this feature, which means you can choose which lens you want to use with your camera, or between the two lenses.
Here are some of the other features you’ll get with the new models:Aquaflex lenses will be available in two sizes: 18mm (standard, standard, zoom, maximum zoom) and 35 mm (standard).
These will be the only lens sizes available in the new series, and we haven’t seen a price announcement for these lenses yet.
They will come with a range of lenses from Standard to Pro, as well.
A full review of the lenses will follow later this year.
The Aquafx Pro lenses come with an integrated Wi-Fi connection, so they’ll be compatible with all Canon EOS cameras and all Canon EF lenses, whether you’re shooting video or capturing stills.
You can also use the lenses with the AF-S 60-400mm f2.8L II II USP Lens, a Canon EF lens, or a Nikon SB-E 35mm f4L ED VR Lens.
These lenses will also work with all of the new AF-C lenses, and all of Canon’s new AF lenses.
You won’t need to purchase the Pro lenses separately, and you can upgrade to the Pro lens by simply swapping out the lens with an adapter.