The RF 15-35mm F2.8 L IS USM stands out as Canon’s widest zoom with a constant aperture of f/2.8. With optical image stabilisation, Nano USM motors for smooth and quiet autofocus operation and a control ring that enables exposure control direct from the barrel, it offers more than Canon’s existing EF-mount versions. What’s more, it’s smaller and lighter than the EF 16-35mm f2.8L III USM with an EF to EOS R adapter attached. It’s sharpest between f/4 and f/5.6 and distortion is controlled exceptionally well through the zoom range. Ultra-wide-angle lenses don’t come much better featured than this example for Canon’s full-frame EOS R mirrorless cameras.
It’s a giant and dwarfs Canon’s smaller EOS R full-frame cameras, yet this standard zoom in RF mount is rather special in the way it offers such a fast aperture across its entire zoom range. Its colossal weight (1430g) must be carefully considered, but what it can do is save carrying and swapping multiple prime lenses of varying focal lengths that add up to weigh much more. With no optical image stabilisation it’s best paired with the EOS R6 or EOS R5 that feature IBIS and if you use filters be sure to take note of its large filter thread (95mm). Its complex optical construction results in phenomenal centre sharpness and minimal distortion. It’s a beast, but a likeable one.
Capture the world with the Canon RF 70-200mm F4L IS USM. L-series quality from a compact, lightweight telephoto zoom that incorporates a five-stop optical image stabiliser to ensure great handheld results, closer focusing down to 0.6m and super-fast autofocus.
With a 100-500mm focal length range, plus 5-stop image stabilisation and L-series build quality, the RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1L IS USM offers performance and image quality like no other – thanks to UD lens elements and ASC coatings for unrivalled contrast and sharpness.