Bagaimana Cara Mengconnectkan Laptop Tanpa Cd Dengan Printer Canon Fotocopy 287 here. Hello, I know this has been asked before but when I searched PN, I was inundated with stolen equipment serial numbers which don't help. I'm changing insurance companies and need to inventory my equipment along with the serial numbers. Canon doesn't make this easy! I've been looking at the lens-mount end of the lens and it's not altogether clear what the serial number is and in some cases there are two numbers. Principi Di Economia Politico Cozzi Zamagni Pdf Printer. For example, on my 17-40mm F/4L, stenciled into the metallic ring is the number 59835. But then there's another number (sort of on the black part) UR0300. I understand that the 'URO300' is a date code so that one can determine where and when the lens was made.
(U = Utsunomiya, Japan; The second letter, 'R', is a year code that indicates the year of manufacture, etc.) However, this doesn't *seem* like a true serial number and if it's not, where the heck is it? On my 500mm f/4L IS lens, the 'date code' (US0114) seems to be the *only* number I can find on it anywhere. Is that my lens's serial number and if not, where the heck is it? Does the location vary from lens to lens? Thanks in advance for any advice! AFAIK, the warranty cards have serial numbers on them. I haven't paid that much attention to them, but I know at least some of my warranty cards do.
On your 17-40, you have correctly identified the date code. It is not a serial number; all 17-40s made in the same month in the same plant will share the same first four characters, so assuming they made at least 101 such lenses that month in that plant (and AFAIK all 17-40s, along with most if not all other EF lenses, are made in Utsonomiya), this number will not be unique.
Where to find your serial number The location of your serial number varies between different Canon products. The serial number is a combination of numbers and/or letters, without spaces or special characters. Changing from Nikon to Canon, and recently watching 5d's on Ebay, i found one i really like the look of but wondered if anyone knew how to use the serial number to detect the cameras age. The serial number is: 073050xxxx.
The other number you mention will be the serial number. Never having seen a 500/4 in person, I can't help you locate the serial number on it. Again, you're right about the date code. Many consumer lenses don't have serial numbers printed on them, but AFAIK most if not all of the L lenses do. The three Ls I've owned, along with my 1.4x II, have all had serial numbers on them. There should be a serial number somewhere, and if you send me the lens I'll be happy to try to find it for you All I can say is that sometimes these things are printed in black ink on a black baffle or other black part of the lens and they can be very tricky to find.
Thanks everyone. I do have a few of the boxes but the box that my 500mm lens came in was probably tossed because it was so big. Believe me, if I had it written anywhere else, I'd like to find it. Thanks, Bob - I tried your advice looking in the black part at the lens-mount end using side-light and except for that date code, I swear there is nothing else there.
I stared at it for 5 minutes trying to cypher where the hell they put a serial number and it just seems to be missing on my 500mm f/4L IS. Is it possible Canon left mine without one? I'm 'this close' to taking a picture of it. That date code is clearly visible but there's just nothing else written on the lens-mount end of this lens that I can see. As for some of my other lenses that seemingly have two numbers, I'll just write both of them down - that's no big deal. I just don't understand why Canon doesn't make this more easy to find on such an expensive - and I imagine frequently stolen - item. Hp Xp Pro Sp2 Key there. Try looking on the barrel of the lens (not the end face), near the mount, on the underside. Hp Insight Management Agent Linux Download.
That's where it is on my 500/4.5L. It's engraved into the metal. It's also there on my 300/4L. In my case they're black on white so they're easy to see, but on the EF 70-300 IS it's black on black, i.e. It's engraved in the black material of the lens barrel. Date codes aren't serial numbers.
Serial numbers are just numbers, with no letters, at least all the ones I've seen are. I'm 99.9% certain that all lenses have them.