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Canon USA now offers Declicking the control ring for RF lenses

Under the RF lenses pages in Canon USA's website, control ring modification has appeared detailing instructions on how to get your RF lenses modified for declicking the control ring.  This is useful for video where you don't want the clicking sound to appear on your recorded sound.

The price for declicking the control ring from any RF lens is $79.95, and you can also get it done for the Control Ring Mount Adapter for $59.95.

From Canon USA;

Canon’s control ring’s modification service offers RF lenses and Control Ring Mount Adapter EF-EOS R owners the opportunity to remove/reapply the control ring's clicking sound.

Why might this be needed.
The click action of the control ring allows the user to have a sense of how much it is being turned. However, if used during video shooting, the sound of the control ring operation may be recorded.

Full Frame Conversion Service

Pricing

Model

Price*

RF Lenses

$79.99

Control Ring Mount Adapter EF-EOS R

$59.99

*Tax and freight fee are NOT included 
*All pricing is subject to change

 

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