All of the lens options in the REALiS Pro A/V series include features developed from Canon's industry-leading EOS technology, including aspheric lens elements help to diminish distortion and an Ultra Low Dispersion (UD) element to reduce chromatic aberration.
What does ULD stand for?
ULD stands for Ultra Low Dispersion (photography)
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- Upton Lake Christian School (Clinton Corners, NY)
- Utility Lines Construction Services, Inc.
- Unit Labour Costs in the Total Economy (Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development)
- Upper Layer Conformance Testing
- Utah League of Cities and Towns
- United Local Credit Union (Fresno, CA)
- Utah League of Credit Unions
- Ultra Large Container Vessel (shipping)
- Union Library Civil War Round Table (Hatboro, PA)
- Ulduar (World of Warcraft)
- Unabhängiges Landeszentrum für Datenschutz Schleswig-Holstein (Germany, Independent Centre for Privacy Protection Schleswig-Holstein)
- Underwater Locator Device (aviation)
- Unit Load Demand
- Unit Load Device (shipping)
- Unit-Liter Dose
- United Liberal Democrats (South Korea)
- Universal Language Dictionary
- Universal Lead Definition
- Universitarios Liberal Demócratas (University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain)
- University Leadership Development (Virginia Tech University)
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Compatible with all EOS SLRs past and present, it uses three high-precision aspherical lens elements and two Ultra Low Dispersion (UD) lens elements to minimize lateral chromatic aberration and to produce superb image quality with excellent resolution and contrast.
6L IS USM lens that features three ultra low dispersion (UD) glass elements that reduce chromatic aberration, and three Aspherical elements that reduce linear distortion and correct spherical aberration during zooming (keeping image resolution and contrast high), together with superior lens coatings that minimize reflection, especially when used with digital SLRs.