Upcoming Canon RF 14-35mm f/4L IS – First Specifications Leaked

Canon RF 14-35mm F/4L IS

After a new product image, here are the first leaked specifications of the upcoming Canon RF 14-35mm f/4L IS lens.

We expect the Canon RF 14-35mm f/4L IS to get announced tomorrow along with the Canon EOS R3. Courtesy of Nokishita, here is a first set of specifications:

  • 16 lens elements in 12 groups
  • minimum shooting distance of 0.2 m (full zoom range)
  • maximum magnification of 0.15 times at 14 mm, 0.38 times at 35 mm
  • 9 aperture blades (circular aperture)
  • filter diameter 77 mm
  • size 84.1 x 99.8 mm
  • weight 540 g

Stay tuned.

The Next Canon RF-mount Lens To Get Announced Is The RF 14-35mm f/4L

Eos R Rf 14-35mm

Get ready for the next cool RF-mount lens. A wide angle zoom is coming soon.

Always reliable Nokishita posted on Twitter that Canon will release an RF 14-35mm f/4L lens for the EOS R system. Along with the lens hood EW-83P. The lens was rumored since a while, now we can expect it to get announced soon. Pictures of the lens will likely surface very soon.

No specifications for the time being. Stay tuned.

Three Canon EOS R Models With APS-C Sensor Coming, Sooner or Later?

Eos R Rf 14-35mm

As if it wasn’t enough to have a years long rumor about an unlikely Canon EOS R model with APS-C sensor, now we have three (3) such cameras that are rumored.

Coming from Canon Rumors, this new, low rated rumor adds even more absurdity to the queue. Three Canon EOS R models with APS-C are said to get announced one day. Oh, and obviously the EOS M system is declared death once more.

The first of the EOS R cameras with APS-C imaging sensor that are rumored is the EOS R7, which, could it be otherwise?, will replace the EOS 7D Mark II. This one might get announced towards the end of 2021, according to the source. But that an EOS R model with crop sensor might get announced within the year is said every 6 months since 3 years.

Next one in the cabinet of unlikely events is the EOS R8, said to be the tool for vloggers and other video people. No dates here.

Next, we have the EOS R9, said to be an entry-level camera.

Honestly, we still don’t think this will happen. We get similar rumors but so far refrained from posting since we do not buy it. Maybe there will be an RF mount camera with APS-C in the future, and with future we mean “in the future”. We just can’t see Canon killing the EOS M system, as these traffic driving rumors love to state. It’s a best selling system.

Feel free to politely share your opinion.