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The Canon RF 14-35mm f/4L IS USM is a compact and versatile ultra-wide zoom for full-frame Canon RF-mount cameras. Key features include:
Versatile, lightweight ultra-wide zoom
Great for landscape, nature, and architectural photography
Up to seven stops of image stabilization
Fast, accurate, and silent autofocus
Canon RF Mount. The Canon RF 14-35mm f/4L IS USM belongs to Canon’s line of RF-mount lenses. It’s compatible with RF-mount cameras, but it doesn’t work with Canon EF-mount cameras.
Versatile Ultra-Wide Zoom. This lens covers an ultra-wide zoom range, making it perfect for landscape, nature, and architectural photography. Its constant f/4 maximum aperture range isn’t useful for low-light shooting, so you’ll probably want to stick with outdoor lighting conditions for best results.
Redesigned Optics. This lens’s twelve-group/sixteen-element optical formula includes three aspherical elements and three Ultra Low-Dispersion elements to minimize chromatic aberrations and color fringing throughout the zoom range while providing high clarity, color fidelity, and sharpness. Canon has applied a trio of coatings to the lens elements to further combat ghosting and flare, even in harsh lighting.
Fast, Ultra-Precise Autofocus. The Dual Nano autofocus system uses both a ring-type USM and an STM mechanism to provide fast, accurate, and nearly silent autofocus performance for both still and video shooters. You also get full-time manual-focus controlled by a customizable electronic focusing ring with three sensitivity levels.
Optical Image Stabilization. The 14-35mm f/4L’s built-in image stabilizer compensates for 5.5 stops of camera shake so that you can shoot in lower light and at slower shutter speeds without worry. When you pair this lens with newer EOS R bodies that themselves feature 5-axis in-body image stabilization, you get 7 stops of shake correction.
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114° to 63°
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