More Information About The Upcoming Canon RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS Lens

Canon RF 24-240mm F/4-6.3 IS

The product description for the upcoming Canon RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS lens leaked over the web and has then been removed. Here is it anyway. Announcement expected tomorrow.

Key Features

  • Versatile 10x Zoom Range
  • Near-Silent Nano USM Focusing
  • Five-Stop Image Stabiliser
  • Weights just 750g
  • Circular, Seven-Blade Aperture
  • Large Lockable Zoom Ring
  • Clickless 1/8-Stop Aperture Control
  • Customisable Control Ring
  • Full-Time Manual Focusing
  • Built for the EOS R System

The Canon RF 24-240mm F/4-6.3 IS USM lens is a portable, versatile 10x zoom lens for the EOS R system. It is ideal for everything from wide-angle landscapes to frame-filling portraits and even close-up sport and wildlife. It is a new standard in full-frame quality.

Shoot with a Single Lens

Expand your creativity with a 10x zoom for full-frame cameras. Shoot everything with a single lens, from big landscapes to powerful portraits and frame-filling action shots.

Be Mobile and Spontaneous

Discover the freedom of shooting with a single versatile lens. The RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS USM has virtually every focal length you need and weights just 750g. This means it is perfect for travel.

Full-Frame Image Quality

Enjoy full-frame image quality right across the 10x zoom range. An image stabiliser gives pin-sharp results in low light and at long focal lengths.

Fast, Flexible Focusing

AF is fast and quiet, which makes it ideal for photographing wildlife. For videos, the RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS USM focuses more smoothly for professional-looking pull-focus effects.

A Native RF Lens

The EOS R system provides superb performance, with fast focusing over virtually the whole frame and a built-in Digital Lens Optimiser. A lens control ring can be customised to your needs.

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Next f/2 Zoom For The Canon EOS R System Might Be The RF 16-28mm f/2L

Canon RF 28-70mm F/2L Rf Mount Canon Eos R

Last week a rumor surfaced suggesting Canon is working on a f/2 zoom lens for the Canon EOS R system.

A few days later another rumor surfaced suggesting it might be a RF 16-28mm f/2L lens that Canon is working on. This focal length would nicely complement the already released RF 28-70mm f/2L lens.

Take it with grain of salt, the Internet is flooded with low reliability EOS R rumors. And stay tuned for more intel.

Source: Canon Rumors

Canon Working On Another f/2 Zoom Lens For The Canon EOS R System?

Canon Eos R

Another low ranked rumor surfaced form the web.

Canon might be working (even “hard working”) on another zoom lens with f/2 for the EOS R system. There is already an f/2 soon lens for the EOS R system, the remarkable Canon RF 28-70mm f/2L.

No hints on the focal length of the rumored lens. Actually we are still waiting for Canon to release a series of EOS R lenses they have already announced, among them what is usually referred as the “holy trinity” of lenses: RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS, RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS and RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS.

Please take this with a solid grain of salt. We (and it seems others) are flooded with unreliable EOS R related rumors. It’s the hype of the moment.

Stay tuned.

Source: Canon Rumors

Canon Set To Announce 300mm Lens For EOS R With New And Unique Feature?

Canon Eos R

After the rumor about a 500mm telephoto lens for the Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless system, a 300mm lens rumor surfaced from the web.

It’s suggested Canon might announce a 300mm f/2.8L IS lens for the EOS R system along with the above mentioned 500mm lens. The announcement is expected somewhen in 2020. This 300mm f/2.8 IS lens for EOS R is said to sport a “new and unique feature for super telephoto lenses”. No hints what the feature is about. Both lenses could be announced along with the rumored EOS-1D X equivalent EOS R model.

It seems 2020 will be an important year for the EOS R ecosystem with lots of lenses that are said to be announced. In the meantime we are still waiting for Canon to release some RF mount lenses they have already announced (development).

All Canon rumors are listed here.

Source: Canon Rumors