Modern lenses are technological marvels that can often offer spectacular image quality, but they are also very expensive. With the advent of mirrorless cameras and the usage of manual focus by filmmakers, vintage lenses have seen a resurgence in popularity. This fantastically comprehensive video will show you everything you need to know about Canon’s FD and K35 lenses.
Coming to you from Media Division, this excellent video will show you all you need to know about Canon FD and K35 lens lines, including designs, history, coatings, special elements, and more, plus how to build a proper collection for your own work. The FD line was Canon’s lens mount before the EF mount was introduced in 1987. The lineup features a rich array of lens choices, many that are the direct predecessors of their EF counterparts, and if are looking for a vintage look or do not need the absolute best in sharpness and modern features, you can save significant amounts of money by looking into FD or K35 lenses. And with the manual focus assistance features of many modern cinema and mirrorless cameras, working with them has gotten a lot easier. Check out the video above for the full rundown.