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  • Specifications
    Lens Mount Compatibility
    Canon RF
    Lens Type
    Macro
    Minimum Focal Length
    35 millimeters
    Maximum Focal Length
    35 millimeters
    Maximum Aperture
    f/1.8

Canon - RF35mm F1.8 Macro IS STM Macro Lens for EOS R-Series Cameras - Black

Model:2973C002
SKU:6298190
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Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 299 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    ThDo it All Lens Makes You Leave Your Zoom at Home

    This 35mm compact lens really does it all. Great, and I mean great image stabilization (IS), big 1.8 aperture and nice dreamy bokeh (out of focus backgrounds), macro-capable (not true macro, but really close), and Canon's super smooth (and super quiet) STM focusing! The focal length of 35mm is surprisingly handy for just about everything: Just wide enough for street photography, nature, etc but can get close enough for portraiture. You can "zoom with your feet" to cover an effective range of about 28-50mm or so and you can cover much more than that by cropping in Lightroom or whichever app you use for photo editing. This lens is seriously sharp (which helps if your cropping) and optically near perfect. Canon camera's correct for distortion in the camera body also. I'm done with bulky, heavy cameras with ridiculously heavy zoom lenses! The only lens that this doesn't replace is a tele-zoom. I would much rather use this than a 24-70mm. It's sharper, lighter (probably 1/4 the weight) and brighter (max f-stop) than any zoom in this range. I love the programmable ring which I set to control the aperture! Great build quality with a metal lens mount-just because it's light, doesn't mean it feels cheap. I have this lens mounted on the Canon EOS RP and from that combo, I get great full-frame stills with great color, sharpness, bokeh and ditto for the video with this lens' silent STM focusing and Canons magical Dual Pixel Autofocus (DPAF). It's almost eery how the camera/lens focuses on the right stuff at the right time.

    Posted by Greauxe

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Wow! Amazing lens!

    Let me say that the price does not reflect the quality of this lens. I’m happy to pay the low price, but the lens is worth more than you will pay in my opinion, which is a good thing!! The auto focus is very fast. The control ring is new to me but I had no problem getting use to using it. If you don’t want to use it, you can simply leave it unassigned. The image quality is tack sharp but this isn’t too surprising being that #1 it’s a prime lens and #2 it’s Canon. I have EF lenses and I purchased the EF-RF adapter but I wanted to try at least one native RF lens and this was the least expensive option. After using this RF 35mm 1.8 I will definitely be spending some serious money on more RF lenses. Having the back of the lens sitting so close to the sensor with the large RF mount makes for amazing images. Don’t underestimate this lens!

    Posted by ATMcC

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The sharpest 35mm RF lens for macro shots

    The sharpness on this lens is impeccable. I own an EOS RP along with the kit lens and a 50mm f1.8. Recently added this to my collection and I am looking forward to adding an 85mm f2, a 16mm 1.8 and probably a bigger telephoto lens. I am just emerging into the photography/camera hobby. But this lens is good for cinematic video, close ups, and even portraits as well as macro and product photography. I recommend this

    Posted by Area51Bruh

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