The RF 35mm F1.8 IS STM is one of four lenses announced alongside the Canon EOS R, the first camera in the company’s new EOS R mirrorless system.
Something of an odd one out in that quartet, it’s the only non L-series lens released for the RF line to date, although that will soon change with the arrival of the RF 24-240mm F4-6.3 IS USM later this year. It’s also around half the price of the next cheapest lens in the system, while its focal length and aperture, combined with the fact that it’s a prime lens, also allow it to be considerably smaller and lighter than every other option so far. All of this should mean it holds particular appeal for EOS RP owners who’d like to start exploring the native lens selection but find their camera bodies – and/or wallets – overwhelmed by the other current native offerings.
- Focal length: 35mm
- Aperture range: F1.8-22 (In 1/3EV stops)
- Filter thread: 52mm
- Close focus: 0.17m (0.56ft / 6.7in)
- Maximum magnification: 0.5x
- Diaphragm blades: 9
- Hood: EW-52 (optional)
- Length / Diameter: approx. 74.4 x 62.8mm (2.93 x 2.47in)
- Weight: approx. 305g (approx. 10.8 oz.)
- Optical construction: 11 elements in 9 groups
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