The RF 14-35mm f/4 L IS USM is an all-round lens can handle everything from landscape and architectural photography to snapshots and portraits. The telephoto end of the lens maintains the 35mm telephoto range, while at the same time enhancing close-up shooting.
RF 14-35mm f/4 L IS USM is a wide-angle zoom lens that offers high image quality in a compact size. With an overall length of approximately 150.55mm when connected to a camera such as the EOS R6, it's easy to store and carry on your shoots.
The RF 14-35mm f/4 L IS USM, allows you can shoot a wider angle by 2mm than with existing EF model that starts at 16mm. This comes in handy when you want to capture more of the surroundings in a limited space or when you want to emphasise perspective.
The lens offers Image Stabilization (IS) of 5.5 stops, and 7.0 stops of coordinated control when attached to an EOS R5 equipped with in-camera IS. You can obtain sharp image quality even when magnified and when shooting dark scenes.
The RF 14-35mm f/4 L IS USM can shoot with a minimum focusing distance of approx. 0.2m and a maximum magnification of approximately 0.38x at 35mm throughout the entire zoom range. Take powerful photographs that emphasise the perspective that only a wide-angle camera can offer.
The RF 14-35mm f/4 L IS USM is equipped with a high-precision and high-speed Nano USM. Its smooth and accurate auto focus capabilities makes tracking moving subjects easy - especially when capturing videos.
0.2m / 0.66ft (full zoom range)
0.15x (at 14mm) to 0.38x (at 35mm)
16 elements in 12 groups
Three UD lenses, three aspherical lenses (GMo) (one UD aspherical lens)
Nine (circular aperture)
5.0 stops with the optical image stabilizer, 7.0 stops (when using the EOS R5)
Approx. 84.1 x 99.8mm
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