Capture subjects with a natural look that closely resembles your normal field of vision and creates a sense of spaciousness and perspective in your pictures.
The RF35mm F1.8 IS STM features Canon’s new lens control ring offering customizable control over aperture, shutter speed, ISO or exposure compensation
Keep on shooting long after the sun goes down thanks to a fast and wide f/1.8 maximum aperture that captures every detail with superb edge to edge sharpness.
Get up close to your subject to reveal hidden details with minimum focal distance of just 17cm and f/1.8 maximum aperture for smooth bokeh.
The RF 35mm F1.8 IS STM lens works in tandem with the camera to provide Dual Sensing IS for stills and 5-axis Combination IS for movies.
Capture attractive and even background bokeh when isolating subjects at wide apertures with the lens's 9-blade circular blade aperture.
Enjoy further enhances in eye detection AF performance and AF motion tracking performance, with the added ability to detect and focus on the eyes of subjects up to five times farther away on all R series cameras.Donwload now
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