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The Digital Picture completes their Canon RF 35mm 1.8 Review
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The Digital Picture completes their Canon RF 35mm 1.8 Review

Bryan from The Digital Picture has just completed his review of the Canon RF 35mm 1.8 IS STM.  When Canon released the EOS R this was the economical lens that gave photographers options if they didn't want to buy into the much larger and far more expensive RF 50mm 1.2L.  Hopefully, Canon will continue to augment the Canon RF ecosystem with more excellent RF STM lenses.

Bryan's summary on the Canon RF 34mm 1.8 IS STM;

Many acquire a mirrorless camera for smaller size and lighter weight while retaining great image quality and the Canon RF 35mm f/1.8mm f/1.8 IS STM Macro Lens follows through with that spirit. This lens is light enough to be carried all day and the 35mm focal length has the general purpose utility to make it a good choice for such extended duration use. Especially with its macro focusing capabilities aiding, this lens has a huge number of subjects available for it. Image quality is quite good and 5-stop-rated image stabilization contributes strongly in that regard. That the price is low wraps up a great little package.

See the full review here

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