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Note that the RF line is designed for Canon’s full-frame mirrorless bodies, which currently includes the Canon EOS R and the Canon EOS RP. This is excellent news for Canon mirrorless users, who have previously had to contend with Canon’s relatively weak mirrorless lens lineup.
So if you’re a Canon mirrorless fan, this is for you.
These two lenses were unveiled by Canon back in February. But we now have specifications, prices, and release dates to share.
If you’re a landscape photographer, you’ll undoubtedly appreciate a high-quality wide zoom such as the Canon 15-35mm f/2.8L IS.
The focal length is perfect for a mix of wide and ultra-wide landscapes, and the image stabilization makes it possible to handhold photos, even with a deep depth of field.
Plus, the image quality is bound to be stellar.
This lens could easily become a landscape photography workhorse. It could also make its way into the bags of wedding photographers who are looking for a high-performing wide zoom.
The Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS will be sold for $2,299 USD starting at the end of September. While the price isn’t cheap, serious landscape photographers will appreciate the focal length, the optical quality, and the image stabilization.
Compared to the 15-35mm, the 24-70mm is more of an all-around option and one that’ll hold its own with the best in the field.
First, the wide maximum aperture and standard zoom focal length make this lens a good choice for portraits. The 9-bladed aperture is also bound to produce some gorgeous bokeh. So for portrait photographers, this is a lens worth looking at.
Event photographers will also appreciate the fast aperture, while the 5-stop image stabilization will make handholding in low light easy to pull off.
Even landscape photographers should consider the 24-70mm f/2.8. For landscape photographers who like a tighter look, the 24-70mm focal length range is exactly what is needed.
The Canon RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS USM will start shipping at the end of September for $2,299 USD.
If you’re a mirrorless landscape photographer, then this is a good day, because you’ve got two amazing new RF lenses to look forward to.
Same goes for portrait and event photographers, who should appreciate the image stabilization and fast apertures these two lenses bring to the table.
If this is a sign of things to come, then the future is bright.
What do you think about these new lenses? Will you purchase them when the come out? Share in the comments!