After the rare Zeiss Planar 50mm f/0.7, one other fascinating lens is quickly to be up for an public sale: Canon 1200mm f/5.6. Aside from being uncommon, this telephoto monster can be the world’s longest SLR autofocus lens, and it’s an iconic one.
In accordance with B&H, it’s “one of the crucial legendary telephoto lenses ever made.” The Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6 L USM lens reportedly first appeared in 1984 on the Summer time Olympics in LA. There have been solely 5 of them utilized by the media to cowl the Video games, and so they had the Canon FD mount. After the Video games ended, the lenses had been shipped again to Japan and later transformed to the EF mount. I believe that this lens nonetheless stays the longest lens on the earth with AF functionality, however right me if I’m unsuitable.
The Canon EF 1200mm f/5.6 L USM remained very uncommon ever because it had first been produced. It was out there on particular order solely, and every lens was produced solely after it was really offered. There have been roughly two lenses made yearly as a result of the manufacturing was painstakingly lengthy. It took over a 12 months to construct every lens because it took quite a lot of time to develop the huge fluorite crystals used for its parts. Subsequently, there are solely round a dozen of those lenses which have ever been produced.
The lens is scheduled to be listed on Wetzlar Camera Auctions on 9 October 2021. For now, there are not any predictions on the value it may attain. However concluding from the previous times it was listed on the market, I believe it’s secure to imagine that it will likely be removed from low-cost. What do you assume, what’s the value it is going to attain?