More Canon RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS review stuff is listed here.
The review criticises the fact that there are allegedly only three premium lenses for the EOS M system: the 32mm f/1.4 STM, 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM, and 22mm f/2 STM. All native EF-M lenses made by Canon, and with a metal mount, which seems to be a discerning factor for the reviewer.
It would be more correct to state there are only “three premium lenses made by Canon“, and still I think using the limited number of Canon-made EF-M lenses is objectionable as a criticism against the EOS M6 Mark II. There are many third party manufacturer making EF-M lenses, with some nice and fast primes among them. Or does someone doubt the Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens is a premium lens? Depending by your needs you might prefer the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN. Both have a metal mount, btw. You can also use the very good EF/EF-S to EF-M adapter and not worry about autofocus since you have Dual Pixel AF on board. So, I guess in ePHOTOzine’s review there is a bit of good old EOS M bashing with the argument of the lens ecosystem. It’s true that Canon did not build a large EF-M lenses lineup (so far) but it’s also true that it doesn’t really matter that much.
From the Canon EOS M6 Mark II review conclusion:
The Canon EOS M6 Mark II could be a fantastic camera, in fact, it is, but without the right lens or lenses, it’s severely limited. It’s like a Ferrari stuck in traffic, or on a road with a 30mph speed limit until it gets to the Autobahn. Yes, the Canon EOS M6 Mark II is a great camera, but the first thing you must do is get a better lens, to get the most out of it, and does the currently limited range of Canon EF-M lenses meet or match your requirements?
Canon EOS M6 Mark II Pros
– 32mp APS-C CMOS sensor
– High-speed continuous shooting
– Fast Auto-focus system
– Easy to use with built-in help
– Excellent colour reproduction
– Easy to use touch-screen and controls
– In-camera raw processing
Canon EOS M6 Mark II Cons
– Only 8 EF-M lenses available from Canon
– Kit lens is soft unless stopped down
– Lack of effective optical image stabilisation for video
– Lacks built-in EVFRead the review at ePHOTOzine
Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS review by Photography Blog.
The Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS is one of the “holy trinity” lenses for the EOS R system. A lens that’s not for everyone’s budget.
From the conclusion of the Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8L IS review:
This lens is lovely and sharp, while also being very good at keeping distortion to a minimum. W’ve been using it with a Canon EOS RP, which arguably is not the best camera to use it with. But even the 30 megapixel Canon EOS R probably wouldn’t even do it justice – perhaps Canon will be announcing something with an ultra-high resolution sensor targeted more squarely at professional users than the existing line-up some time soon.[…] Image quality from this lens is fantastic and if you’re somebody who has a need for an ultra-wide-angle lens for the Canon full-frame mirrorless system, it’s hard to deny just how excellent it is. Read the review at Photography Blog
Here is a new Canon EOS M200 review.
From their conclusion:
What the EOS M200 has going for it is its intuitiveness. We found it to be one of the easiest interchangeable lens cameras (one of the major benefits over and above use of a smartphone for your photography) to get to grips with from scratch.
For those who want to take their photography slightly more seriously than their smartphone allows, but without investing heavily to do so, the Canon EOS M200 provides a decent point of entry.
As a result this isn’t the most impressive, interesting or innovative Canon camera ever – and some may bemoan the fact that it omits an eye-level viewfinder or even the ability to add one as an optional extra – but the EOS M200 nevertheless fulfills the beginner friendly purpose for which it has been created admirably.Read the Canon EOS M200 review at Photography Blog
Canon EOS M200 at a glance:
- 24.1MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC 8 Image Processor
- 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot 180° Tilt Touchscreen
- UHD 4K and HD 720p120 Video Recording
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- ISO 100-25600, 6.1 fps Shooting
- Built-In Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- Self-Portrait Mode, 4K Time-Lapse Movie
Here is a Canon RF 24-105mm f/4 L IS review.
Christopher Frost Photography posted a Canon RF 28-70mm f/2L review on YouTube.
The review comes with samples and and feels the pulse of this lens, called “absolute monster of a fast standard zoom lens really […] quite revolutionary for its bright aperture“.
The Canon RF 28-70mm f/2L is one of the boutique lenses for the Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless system, i.e. a lens made to show what you can do with the new RF mount. It’s a quite the performer and comes with a hefty price. Enjoy the Canon RF 28-70mm f/2L review.
More Canon RF 28-70mm F/2L stuff is listed here.