Looking for some Canon RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS sample images?
Ahead of the full review, Dustin Abbott posted a set of sample pictures shot with the Canon RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS on a Canon EOS R camera. This is one of the more affordable lenses for the EOS R system.
RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS key features:
- RF-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
- Nano USM AF System
- Optical Image Stabilizer and Dynamic IS
- Customizable Control Ring
Covering an impressive wide-angle to super-telephoto range, the RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS USM from Canon is a true all-in-one lens for nearly any shooting situation. Its 10x zoom range is complemented by an Optical Image Stabilizer, which compensates for up to five stops of camera shake to better realize sharp imagery when shooting handheld. Dynamic IS also benefits video recording, and better compensates for footage shot while walking or moving. Benefitting both stills and video is a Nano USM autofocus motor, which delivers quick, quiet, and precise focusing performance. Additionally, the lens also features a unique customizable Control Ring, which can be configured to adjust a variety of exposure settings, including aperture, ISO, and exposure compensation.
- All-in-one zoom is designed for use with full-frame Canon RF-mount mirrorless cameras.
- An Optical Image Stabilizer helps to minimize the appearance of camera shake by five stops to better enable working in low-light conditions and with slower shutter speeds. Also, when recording video, Dynamic IS is available and is a more active type of stabilization to suit recording while walking or moving, and is especially useful at the wide-angle end of the zoom range.
- Nano USM system utilizes both a ring type USM and an STM mechanism to realize quick and accurate focusing that is also smooth and near-silent to suit both photography and video applications. This focusing system also affords full-time manual focus control when working in the one-shot AF mode.
- Configurable Control Ring can be used to adjust a variety of exposure settings, including aperture, ISO, and exposure compensation.