Rent a Canon 17mm f/4L TS-E

The Canon 17mm f/4L tilt-shift lens rental is an ultra wide-angle lens used for architecture, commercial, and landscape photography. The 17mm TS-E is a sharp lens and it uses tilt, shift, and rotation to control perspective. Chances are, you did not stumble upon this page, you are here because you want to rent this lens and know exactly what you need.

When put on a full frame camera like the Canon 5D Mark IV, it produces a 104 degree angle of view. This is the widest tilt-shift lens that Canon offers. The tilt-shift function on the 17mm f/4 allows adjustment of the focal plane by an angle of +/-6.5 degrees and enables parallel shift of the optical axis by +/-12mm. The tilt and shift can be used independently or together. The tilt-shift rotation mechanism locks at right angle and parallel and clicks at 45 degrees. The lens mount itself can rotate left or right by 90 degrees with click-stop adjustment each 30 degrees.

Please be aware, the front element is crazy big. This sticks out almost an inch from the front of the lens. Please be careful and treat this like it was your own. If you are looking for the perfect tilt-shift lens, rent the Canon 17mm TS-E. You will not be disappointed.

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Specifications

Focal Length 17mm
Comparable APS-C 1.6x Focal Length: 27.2 mm
Aperture Maximum: f/4
Minimum: f/22
Camera Mount Type Canon EF
Format Compatibility 35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
Canon (APS-C)
Angle of View 104°
Tilt/Shift Tilt ± 6.5° in 1° increments
Shifts ± 12mm in 1mm increments
Minimum Focus Distance 9.84" (25 cm)
Magnification 0.14x
Maximum Reproduction Ratio 1:7
Elements/Groups 18/12
Diaphragm Blades 8
Image Stabilization No
Autofocus No
Tripod Collar No
Filter Thread None
Dimensions (DxL) Approx. 3.5 x 4.2" (8.89 x 10.67 cm)
Weight 1.80 lb (820 g)

Canon 17mm f/4L TS-E

Canon 17mm f/4L TS-E rental

Includes

  • Lens
  • Lens Hood
  • Case
  • UV Filter

Set Rental Dates

$107.00 / 7 Days



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Canon 17mm f/4L TS-E
Duration:  7 days.

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Special notes

  • Please be aware. The front element is crazy big. Be careful when handling