This customized lens housing is optimized for Canon 50mm f1.2 S.S.C Aspherical.
"Turn your still camera lens into a cinema lens."
The long front lens housing is designed to prevent glare and lens flare by blocking sunlight or other light sources instead of the hood.
The short front lens housing is designed for easy installation in various round filters or mat boxes.
These two types are modularly designed for easy replacement in the lens hood mounting area.
The Canon FD 55mm ƒ/1.2 AL is a camera lens made by Canon, first introduced alongside the Canon F-1 single-lens reflex camera in March 1971. It was the first lens for any 35mm SLR system to incorporate an aspherical element. the lens was manufactured until 1980. In March 1975, Canon introduced a multicoated version of the lens, known as the FD 55mm ƒ/1.2 S.S.C. Aspherical.
Canon FD 55mm ƒ1.2 AL element diagram The FD 55mm ƒ/1.2 AL uses a variation of the double-Gauss lens design, in which the positive meniscus element of the front Gauss pair is aspherical. In total, the lens has 8 elements in six groups: a front element, two Gauss pairs, and three additional rear elements.