Canon RF 85mm f/1.2 L USM DS
is a unique prime prime lens featuring a high focal length, exceptionally bright maximum aperture and advanced optical design. Unlike Canon's other RF 85mm f/1.2 lens, this version has a DS (Smooth Defocus) coating that helps soften and smooth bokeh quality when working at wider aperture settings, making it particularly suitable for applications with shallow depth of field. Sharpness and style for the most important portraits Shape and refine your creative vision with this professional L-series portrait lens that delivers stunning sharpness, fast and accurate autofocus, legendary build quality and a new DS coating for a revolutionary soft bokeh effect. level.
Ideal for portraits
With a focal length of 85mm, this lens is great for capturing beautiful portraits and captures elegant shots with a natural perspective, a high level of detail and the absence of distortion.
Superb bokeh and amazing accuracy
With Canon's unique DS coating and F1.2 9-blade aperture, this model lets you work with high-quality bokeh and create creative images.
Advanced lens elements and coatings
Special blue spectrum refractive (BR) optics used in this lens eliminate color aberrations, while ground aspherical lens and ASC coating The RF 85mm F1.2L USM DS lens is a unique high optical performance lens that smoothes the frame area, out of focus, and has an ultra-high aperture that allows you to create impressive portraits.
Sharpen and style
Create more than just high-detail photos, but also capture the atmosphere of the subject with this powerful and reliable lens. See how DS Coating performs in low light, and enjoy the softest possible bokeh effect when the background opens up a lot of room for creativity
How DS Coating works
Canon's DS (Defocus Smoothing) coating creates a soft a defocus effect with a unique geometry that smoothly blurs the edges that are sharp when the image is normally defocused. Canon has achieved this effect by using the same optical components as the RF 85mm F1.2L USM, along with vapor deposition technology that controls the amount of light entering the lens. The effect disappears when shooting at apertures above f/2.