Trinity RF Lenses Range

RF lenses – The Trinity

The three essential fast aperture, high performance RF L-series lenses with image stabilization

Every Professional assignment covered

Three RF lenses covering ultra-wide, standard, and telephoto zoom ranges, for shooting in practically any situation from landscapes, portraits and sports, to interiors, fashion and cityscapes.

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Professional performance with shared technologies

This trinity of lenses share many new technologies ensuring a consistent performance for your EOS R System camera.

Fast F2.8 maximum aperture

Capture amazing detail in low light thanks to a fast F2.8 maximum aperture or use depth of field creatively. Exceptional optical engineering and advanced lens coatings offer the ultimate image quality and sharpness at any aperture.

5-stop Image Stabilizer

Advanced Image Stabilizer and high-speed RF communication mean that the performance of these lenses surpasses the best technology in the EF range. Offering 5 stops of stabilisation for shooting in low light conditions or where it is difficult to hold the camera steady.

5-stop Image Stabilizer

Nano USM focussing motor

The RF 15-35MM F2.8L IS USM and RF 24-70MM F2.8L IS USM are the first fast aperture zoom lens to feature Canon’s Nano USM technology. This technology uses a miniature ultra-sonic motor to drive the focusing system linearly delivering extremely fast and silent focusing, making it ideal when shooting video and stills.

Nano USM focussing motor

Lens Control Ring

Like all RF lenses, a programmable Control Ring on the lens barrel allows the you to change exposure settings instantly without taking your eye away from the viewfinder. ISO, exposure compensation, shutter speed or aperture can be assigned to this control ring via the camera’s menu.

Lens Control Ring

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