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alfalfa19 asked this question on 11-30-2022 at 01:35 PM
11-30-2022 at 01:35 PM
The RF24-105STM is a well liked lens. Both from reviewers and anecdotal stuff online.
For that price its a no brainer for something like an RP. IQ in the center is more than good enough, edges at 24 leave some to be desired, but thats expected at this price range.

Depending on you goal and body pairing, its a solid buy.
I personally run the 24-240mm, as its IQ, focusing, and versatility are certainly a step above.
configsys asked this question on 11-29-2022 at 06:21 PM
12-02-2022 at 10:01 PM
There is difference in Mirrorless and DSLR, they wont be makimg dslr's... that doesnt mean canon is dicontinuing their camera manifacturing....

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Eos R series mirrorless Cameras use the RF style mount. The Eos R is a full frame camera so it needs a full frame lens. RF-S lenses are for cropped sensor cameras like the Eos R7 and R10. Although you can mount a lens meant for a crop sensor camera on a full frame camera, you shouldn't because you wouldn't be using the whole sensor. Canon's lenses for it's DSLR and film SLR Cameras use the EF and EF-S mount. The EF being for Full frame DSLRs and 35mm film SLRs and the EF-S for cropped sensor DSLRs. You can mount a canon DSLR lens to a mirrorless EOS R series camera with the use of a simple adapter. The EF-M mount is for Canon's M series of mirrorless Cameras. They are not compatible with R series mirrorless Cameras or any DSLRs. On a side note a DSLR EF or EF-S lens can be mounted to a M series mirrorless camera with a simple adapter in much the same way as adapting to the R series. So to answer your question directly, you should be looking for a lens that says RF at the start of the model name.
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does anyone have experience with RF24–105mm F4-7.1 IS STM [canon.com] $119?
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does anyone have experience with RF24–105mm F4-7.1 IS STM [canon.com] $119?
The RF24-105STM is a well liked lens. Both from reviewers and anecdotal stuff online.
For that price its a no brainer for something like an RP. IQ in the center is more than good enough, edges at 24 leave some to be desired, but thats expected at this price range.

Depending on you goal and body pairing, its a solid buy.
I personally run the 24-240mm, as its IQ, focusing, and versatility are certainly a step above.
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Is the 50mm RF 1.8 STM worth getting?
Most of my other lenses are higher-end -- Sigma 35 1.4, Sigma 85 1.4, Canon 135 f2.. The price on the 50 is great, but is it worth it? or holding out for something higher end?
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Is the 50mm RF 1.8 STM worth getting?
Most of my other lenses are higher-end -- Sigma 35 1.4, Sigma 85 1.4, Canon 135 f2.. The price on the 50 is great, but is it worth it? or holding out for something higher end?
Personally I love the 50mm 1.8, at $80 its a steal! I have an RP and finding myself wanting a small lens. The 50mm is great for a compact point and shoot
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Sorry, I'm still learning, but I'm curious if anyone is able to share which of these lenses are compatible with the Canon EOS R? Appreciate it!
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Sorry, I'm still learning, but I'm curious if anyone is able to share which of these lenses are compatible with the Canon EOS R? Appreciate it!
Eos R series mirrorless Cameras use the RF style mount. The Eos R is a full frame camera so it needs a full frame lens. RF-S lenses are for cropped sensor cameras like the Eos R7 and R10. Although you can mount a lens meant for a crop sensor camera on a full frame camera, you shouldn't because you wouldn't be using the whole sensor. Canon's lenses for it's DSLR and film SLR Cameras use the EF and EF-S mount. The EF being for Full frame DSLRs and 35mm film SLRs and the EF-S for cropped sensor DSLRs. You can mount a canon DSLR lens to a mirrorless EOS R series camera with the use of a simple adapter. The EF-M mount is for Canon's M series of mirrorless Cameras. They are not compatible with R series mirrorless Cameras or any DSLRs. On a side note a DSLR EF or EF-S lens can be mounted to a M series mirrorless camera with a simple adapter in much the same way as adapting to the R series. So to answer your question directly, you should be looking for a lens that says RF at the start of the model name.
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Eos R series mirrorless Cameras use the RF style mount. The Eos R is a full frame camera so it needs a full frame lens. RF-S lenses are for cropped sensor cameras like the Eos R7 and R10. Although you can mount a lens meant for a crop sensor camera on a full frame camera, you shouldn't because you wouldn't be using the whole sensor. Canon's lenses for it's DSLR and film SLR Cameras use the EF and EF-S mount. The EF being for Full frame DSLRs and 35mm film SLRs and the EF-S for cropped sensor DSLRs. You can mount a canon DSLR lens to a mirrorless EOS R series camera with the use of a simple adapter. The EF-M mount is for Canon's M series of mirrorless Cameras. They are not compatible with R series mirrorless Cameras or any DSLRs. Although a DSLR EF or EF-S lens can be mounted to a M series mirrorless camera with a simple adapter in much the same way as adapting to the R series. So to answer your question directly, you should be looking for a lens that says RF at the start of the model name.
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Eos R series mirrorless Cameras use the RF style mount. The Eos R is a full frame camera so it needs a full frame lens. RF-S lenses are for cropped sensor cameras like the Eos R7 and R10. Although you can mount a lens meant for a crop sensor camera on a full frame camera, you shouldn't because you wouldn't be using the whole sensor. Canon's lenses for it's DSLR and film SLR Cameras use the EF and EF-S mount. The EF being for Full frame DSLRs and 35mm film SLRs and the EF-S for cropped sensor DSLRs. You can mount a canon DSLR lens to a mirrorless EOS R series camera with the use of a simple adapter. The EF-M mount is for Canon's M series of mirrorless Cameras. They are not compatible with R series mirrorless Cameras or any DSLRs. On a side note a DSLR EF or EF-S lens can be mounted to a M series mirrorless camera with a simple adapter in much the same way as adapting to the R series. So to answer your question directly, you should be looking for a lens that says RF at the start of the model name.
Great information levtech. Much appreciated.
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everyone should own the 55-250 STM at that price. I use it adapted to Sony and it's one of my most used lenses. Incredible balance of image quality, small size, and top tier stabilization.
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Thank you, finally got myself EF-M 22mm f/2 STM after eyeing on it for 2 yrs.
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You jerks bought all the RF 85 Macros, come on 😭
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Is the 50mm RF 1.8 STM worth getting?
Most of my other lenses are higher-end -- Sigma 35 1.4, Sigma 85 1.4, Canon 135 f2.. The price on the 50 is great, but is it worth it? or holding out for something higher end?
The RF50mm is a very nice lens with a budget price. Bokeh (blurred background) at F1.8 is very pleasing to my eyes. Construction (build quality) is OK.
The Sigma lenses are nice, but they'll all require an adapter for a Canon RF camera. Choose the mount, then choose your focal length. On a crop R7 camera, 50mm provides an 80mm perspective.
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everyone should own the 55-250 STM at that price. I use it adapted to Sony and it's one of my most used lenses. Incredible balance of image quality, small size, and top tier stabilization.
Agreed, the EF-S 55-250mm is a terrific bargain for crop cameras. With a focal length that's both wider and longer than 70-200mm lenses, it's a good fit for budget shooters.
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