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  1. Table of all Canon EOS DSLRs with the announcement date
  2. Various Canon camera names: 'D', 'Kiss Digital', 'Digital Rebel'
  3. Crop factor of Canon EOS digital cameras
    1. List of all Canon EOS full-frame cameras (Kf = 1.0)
    2. List of all Canon EOS APS-H cameras (Kf = 1.3)
    3. List of all Canon EOS APS-C SLR cameras (Kf = 1.6)
  4. Digital Camera Mount Types: Canon EF, Canon EF-S, Canon EF-M, Canon RF
    1. List of all cameras with a Canon EF mount
    2. List of all Canon EF-S mount cameras
    3. List of all Canon EF-M mount cameras
    4. List of all cameras with a Canon RF mount
  5. An accurate list of all Canon EF-S lenses
  6. An accurate list of all Canon EF-M lenses
  7. An accurate list of all Canon RF lenses

Table of all Canon EOS digital cameras with the announcement date

In the table, camera names are indicated according to their spelling on the camera body.

Model Announcement Date
Canon EOS D30 17.05.2000
Canon EOS1 D Digital 01.11.2001
Canon EOS D60 Digital 22.02.2002
Canon EOS1 Rev Digital 24.09.2002
Canon EOS 10D Digital 27.02.2003
Canon EOS 300D Digital 20.08.2003
Canon EOS1 D Mark II Digital 29.01.2004
Canon EOS 20D Digital 19.08.2004
Canon EOS-1 Ds mark ii Digital 21.09.2004
Canon EOS 20Da Digital 14.02.2005
Canon EOS 350D Digital 17.02.2005
Canon EOS 5D 22.08.2005
Canon EOS1 D Mark II n 22.08.2005
Canon EOS 30D 21.02.2006
Canon EOS 400D Digital 24.08.2006
Canon EOS1 D Mark III 21.02.2007
Canon EOS 40D 20.08.2007
Canon EOS1 Ds Mark III 20.08.2007
Canon EOS 450D 23.01.2008
Canon EOS 1000D 10.06.2008
Canon EOS 50D 26.08.2008
Canon EOS 5D Mark II 17.09.2008
Canon EOS 500D 25.03.2009
Canon EOS 7D 01.09.2009
Canon EOS1 D Mark IV 20.10.2009
Canon EOS 550D 08.02.2010
Canon EOS 60D 26.08.2010
Canon EOS 1100D 07.02.2011
Canon EOS 600D 07.02.2011
Canon EOS1D X 18.10.2011
Canon EOS1D C 12.04.2012
Canon EOS 5D Mark III 02.03.2012
Canon EOS 60Da 03.04.2012
Canon EOS 650D 08.06.2012
Canon EOS M 23.07.2012
Canon EOS 6D 17.09.2012
Canon EOS 700D 21.03.2013
Canon EOS 100D 21.03.2013
Canon EOS 70D 02.07.2013
Canon EOS M2 04.12.2013
Canon EOS 1200D 12.02.2014
Canon EOS 5Ds 06.02.2015
Canon EOS 5dsr 06.02.2015
Canon EOS M3 06.02.2015
Canon EOS 750D 06.03.2015
Canon EOS 760D 06.03.2015
Canon EOS 7D Mark II 15.09.2015
Canon EOS M10 13.10.2015
Canon EOS1D X Mark II 01.02.2016
Canon EOS 80D 18.02.2016
Canon EOS 1300D 10.03.2016
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV 25.08.2016
Canon EOS M5 15.09.2016
Canon EOS 77D 15.02.2017
Canon EOS M6 15.02.2017
Canon EOS 800D 15.02.2017
Canon EOS 200D 29.06.2017
Canon EOS 6D Mark II 29.06.2017
Canon EOS M100 29.08.2017
Canon EOS 2000D 25.02.2018
Canon EOS 4000D 25.02.2018
Canon EOS M50 26.08.2018
Canon EOS R 05.09.2018
Canon EOS RP 13.02.2019
Canon EOS 250D 10.04.2019
Canon EOS 90D 28.08.2019
Canon EOS M6 Mark II 28.08.2019
Canon EOS M200 25.09.2019
Canon EOS Ra 05.11.2019
Canon EOS1D X Mark III 06.01.2020
Canon EOS 850D 12.02.2020
Canon EOS R5 09.07.2020
Canon EOS R6 09.07.2020
Canon EOS M50 Mark II 14.10.2020
  1. Marked in white mirrored cameras with APS-C sensor
  2. Marked in yellow mirrored cameras with APS-H sensor
  3. Marked in green full frame SLR camera
  4. Marked in pink mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensor
  5. Marked in blue full frame mirrorless camera

Usually cameras from the Canon EOS-1 line are usually called differently from what is indicated on the camera body: for example, instead of the 'Canon EOS-1 Ds Mark II Digital' indicated on the camera, it is customary to write 'Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II' (without a dash between 'EOS 'and' 1 ', and' 1 'are written together with the letter' D 'and do not indicate the archaic' Digital '). With the release of the Canon EOS-1D X and the unification of the Canon EOS-1 D and Canon EOS-1 Ds lines, the letter 'D' has already started to be written together with '1'.

There are three main lines of the CZK Canon:

  • Canon EOS-1 - TOP professional cameras of previous generations
  • Canon EOS-1D - TOP professional cameras of our time
  • Canon EOS - all the rest, not belonging to the TOP professional cameras. Roughly speaking, this line includes only amateur or advanced amateur, or semi-professional cameras. Often the line between the camera class is blurred by marketers, in fact there are only 'ones' and 'everything else'.

Canon EOS Model 400D Digital was the last one to use the prefix 'Digital' in its name written on the case. Moreover, in EXIF photographs, many cameras continue to write their name with the prefix 'Digital' to this day.

I did not include the older Canon EOS DSLRs on the nameplate:

  1. Canon EOS DCS 3s / 3m / 3IR - July 1995, APS-C Kf = 1.6x, 1.3 MP, without color display
  2. Canon EOS DCS 1 - December 1995, APS-H Kf = 1.3x, 6 MP, without color display
  3. Canon Professional Digital Camera EOS D2000 - May 1998, APS-C Kf = 1.6x, 2 MP, with color display
  4. Canon Professional Digital Camera EOS D6000 - December 1998, APS-H Kf = 1.3x, 6 MP, with color display
  5. there may have been others (e.g. Canon EOS DCS 5)

All of these cameras were actually based on a Canon EOS-1n film camera with various digital backs from Kodak called DCS (Digital Camera System) but sold under the Canon brand. These cameras (maybe not all) were also sold under the Kodak brand. It is not customary to talk about them as about 'real' Canon EOS DSLRs.

Crop factor of Canon EOS digital cameras

Canon DSLR cameras can be divided into three classes depending on the size of the sensor used:

  • Canon full-frame cameras with crop factor Kf = 1.0, sensor size 36 X 24 mm.
  • Canon APS-H Crop Cameras with crop factor Kf = 1.3, sensor size 28.7 X 19.1 mm
  • Canon APS-C Crop Cameras with crop factor Kf = 1.6, sensor size 22.3 X 14.9 mm

Coefficient crop factor shows how many times the diagonal of a digital sensor (matrix) is less than the diagonal of a film frame. The full frame measures 36 x 24 mm. More than crop factor, the smaller the physical area of ​​the sensor.

I would also like to draw attention to the fact that the physical size of the sensors for all cameras in their class is the same. Minor differences in tenths of a millimeter can be neglected. The physical size of the sensor greatly affects the capabilities of the camera.

List of all Canon EOS full-frame cameras (Kf = 1.0)

Canon full-frame digital SLR cameras include the EOS-1 Ds, EOS-1D X / C, EOS 5D, EOS 6D ruler cameras:

  1. Canon EOS1 Rev Digital
  2. Canon EOS1 Ds Mark II Digital
  3. Canon EOS1 Ds Mark III
  4. Canon EOS1D X / Canon EOS1D C
  5. Canon EOS1D X Mark II
  6. Canon EOS1D X Mark III
  7. Canon EOS 5D
  8. Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  9. Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  10. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
  11. Canon EOS 5Ds / Canon EOS 5dsr
  12. Canon EOS 6D
  13. Canon EOS 6D Mark II

These cameras use a Canon EF mount and are designed to work with full-frame lenses.

List of all Canon EOS APS-H cameras (Kf = 1.3)

Canon EOS APS-H cameras include only 5 professional models - these are the 'ones' in the series Canon EOD-1 D:

  1. Canon EOS1 D Digital
  2. Canon EOS1 D Mark II Digital
  3. Canon EOS1 D Mark II n
  4. Canon EOS1 D Mark III
  5. Canon EOS1 D Mark IV

Since October 2011, such cameras are no longer available. Please note that these cameras use the Canon EF mount and are designed to work with full-frame lenses.

List of all Canon EOS APS-C SLR cameras (Kf = 1.6)

There are a huge number of Canon APS-C digital SLR cameras with:

  1. Canon EOS D30 (not to be confused with 30D)
  2. Canon EOS D60 Digital (not to be confused with 60D)
  3. Canon EOS 100D
  4. Canon EOS 200D
  5. Canon EOS 250D
  6. Canon EOS 300D Digital
  7. Canon EOS 350D Digital
  8. Canon EOS 400D Digital
  9. Canon EOS 450D
  10. Canon EOS 500D
  11. Canon EOS 550D
  12. Canon EOS 600D
  13. Canon EOS 650D
  14. Canon EOS 700D
  15. Canon EOS 750D
  16. Canon EOS 760D
  17. Canon EOS 800D
  18. Canon EOS 850D
  19. Canon EOS 10D Digital
  20. Canon EOS 20D Digital / Canon EOS 20Da Digital
  21. Canon EOS 30D
  22. Canon EOS 40D
  23. Canon EOS 50D
  24. Canon EOS 60D / Canon EOS 60Da
  25. Canon EOS 70D
  26. Canon EOS 77D
  27. Canon EOS 80D
  28. Canon EOS 90D
  29. Canon EOS 1000D
  30. Canon EOS 1100D
  31. Canon EOS 1200D
  32. Canon EOS 1300D
  33. Canon EOS 2000D
  34. Canon EOS 4000D
  35. Canon EOS 7D
  36. Canon EOS 7D Mark II

Letter 'a'in the name of the camera indicates that the camera is for astrophotography.

Digital Camera Mount Types: Canon EF, Canon EF-S, Canon EF-M, Canon RF

Canon interchangeable lens digital cameras use three types of mount:

  • EF (Electro-Focus)
  • Ef-s (Electro-Focus Small image circle)
  • Ef-m (Electro-Focus Mirrorless)
  • RF (?)

The Canon RF mount is equipped with all Canon EOS mirrorless full-frame cameras.

EF and EF-S mounts are used for SLR cameras.

The EF-M and RF mount are used for mirrorless cameras.

List of all cameras with Canon EF mount:

(!) cameras that are not full-frame but still use the full-frame Canon EF mount are marked.

Very important: with these cameras Cannot use Canon EF-S lenses. They are not mechanically compatible with the indicated cameras. At the same time, lenses from third-party manufacturers such as Tokina, Sigma, Tamron, etc., mainly have a Canon EF mount, even if they are designed for cropped Canon cameras with an APS-C sensor. When using such lenses on full-frame cameras, Canon will be tangible vignetting.

List of all Canon EF-S mount cameras

All Canon EF-S mount cameras are cropped and use an APS-C sensor.

Important: EF and EF-S lenses can be used equally well with these cameras.

A simple and important rule: for cameras with an EF mount, only Canon EOS EF lenses are suitable. For cameras with an EF-S mount, EF and EF-S lenses are suitable.

List of all Canon EF-M mount cameras

All cameras with a Canon EF-M mount are simultaneously cameras with an APS-C sensor.

Different Canon Camera Names: 'D', 'Kiss Digital', 'Digital Rebel' and 'D' for Eastern Countries

Canon in different countries calls its amateur cameras differently: in Japan they are known by the name 'Kiss Digital'and in the USA under the name'Digital Rebel'. In some eastern countries (Asian), some cameras just have a different name. Below is a table of correspondences of names. In Europe and other countries, cameras have a familiar name with the letter 'D'after the model number.

EOS 'xx0D' / 'xx00D' Digital Rebel / EOS REBEL Kiss Digital / EOS Kiss
100D SL1 X7
200D SL2 X9
300D Digital rebel Kiss digital
350D XT n
400D Xti X
450D xSI x2
500D T1i X3
550D T2i X4
600D T3i X5
650D T4i X6i
700D T5i X7i
750D T6i X8i
760D T6s -
800D T7i X9i
850D T8i X10i
1000D XS F
1100D T3 X50
1200D T5 X70
1300D T6 X80
2000D T7 X90
4000D T100 -
250D SL3 X10

For Asian markets, some models are sold under a different name:

Canon EOS Another name
2000D 1500D
760D 8000D
4000D 3000D
77D 9000D

Cameras with different names for different countries remain functionally the same.

An accurate and complete list of all Canon EF-S lenses:

Fix lenses

  1. Canon Lens EF-S 24 mm 1:2.8 STM
  2. Canon Lens EF-S 35 mm 1:2.8 IS STM MACRO
  3. Canon Lens EF-S 60 mm 1:2.8 USM MACRO

Wide-angle zoom lenses:

  1. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 10-18 mm 1: 4.5-5.6 IS STM
  2. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 10-22 mm 1: 3.5-4.5 USM

Universal Lenses:

  1. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 15-85 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS USM
  2. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 17-55 mm 1:2.8 IS USM
  3. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 17-85 mm 1: 4-5.6 IS USM
  4. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6
  5. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 II
  6. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 III
  7. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 USM
  8. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 II USM
  9. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS
  10. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS II
  11. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS STM
  12. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55 mm 1: 4-5.6 IS STM
  13. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-135 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS
  14. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-135 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS STM
  15. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-135 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS USM
  16. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 18-200 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS

Telephoto Lenses:

  1. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 55-250 mm 1: 4-5.6 IS
  2. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 55-250 mm 1: 4-5.6 IS II
  3. Canon Zoom Lens EF-S 55-250 mm 1: 4-5.6 IS STM

Canon EF-S (EFS) lenses are believed to be simpler than Canon EF. So, among the Canon EFS lenses, there is not a single lens of the professional Canon L line.

The lens names are indicated according to the lettering near the front lens. Usually, near the front lens, cropped lenses are marked with the inscription 'EF-S' (through a dash), near the mount it is marked with the inscription 'EFS' (without a dash, the letter S has a double canvas).

An accurate list of all Canon EF-M lenses

Fix Lenses:

  1. Canon Lens EF-M 22 mm 1:2 STM
  2. Canon Lens EF-M 28 mm 1:3.5 Macro IS STM
  3. Canon Lens EF-M 32 mm 1:1.4 STM

Wide angle lenses:

  1. Canon Zoom Lens EF-M 11-22 mm 1: 4-5.6 IS STM

Universal Lenses:

  1. Canon Zoom Lens EF-M 15-45 mm 1: 3.5-6.3 IS STM
  2. Canon Zoom Lens EF-M 18-55 mm 1: 3.5-5.6 IS STM
  3. Canon Zoom Lens EF-M 18-150 mm 1: 3.5-6.3 IS STM

Telephoto Lenses:

  1. Canon Zoom Lens EF-M 55-200 mm 1: 4.5-6.3 IS STM

Important: using an adapter Canon mount adapter EF-EOS M any lens can be mounted Canon EF, Canon EF-S on cameras with EF-M mount.

+ autofocus lenses from third-party manufacturers:


List of all mirrorless cameras with Canon RF mount

  1. Canon EOS R
  2. Canon EOS Ra
  3. Canon EOS RP
  4. Canon EOS R5
  5. Canon EOS R6

All cameras with a Canon RF mount are simultaneously cameras with a full-frame sensor.

An accurate and complete list of all Canon RF lenses:

All Canon RF lens mounts are full-frame lenses designed for full-frame mirrorless cameras with RF mount. These lenses can only be used with Canon cameras with an RF mount. On cameras with a Canon RF mount, you can use optics with a Canon EF / EF-S mount using one of the adapters / adapters:

  • Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R
  • Ring Mount Adapter EF-EOS R (with control ring)
  • Drop-In Filter Mount Adapter EF-EOS R (with the ability to install filters)

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In the future, this article will be supplemented by information on Canon digital cameras and their lenses.

The material was prepared by Arkady Shapoval. My Youtube channeland Radozhiva's group on Facebook и VK.

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Comments: 69, on the topic: About Canon EOS

  • KalekseyG

    This is the amount of work to find and sort information!

  • Oleg

    Thanks for the work.
    "It's just some kind of holiday" c) K. Barabas
    7. An accurate and complete list of all Canon EF lenses:
    ...
    :)

    • Arkady Shapoval

      I do it, while in the drafts, there the devil will break his leg in subversions versions and volume. Even Canon Lens Hall does not help.

      • Andrey Vyunenko

        God help you! (-:

      • Alexey

        7d mark 2 announced in 2014

  • Ilyas

    mistake! 300d does not have EF-S

    • Ilyas

      damn confused with d30

    • Andrey Vyunenko

      I have 300D.Ef-S fit.

  • Valery

    Arkady Respect for labor.
    Found time for Canon, and what time is it !!!
    Remark - Wikipedia writes with EF mount still Canon EOS 20D

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Wiki is wrong in this question. The last camera with APS-C and EF mount was 10D.

      • Valery

        It says EF and EF-s
        Does this mean only support?

        • Arkady Shapoval

          This means that the Canon 20D can use lenses with an EF, EF-S mount.

        • Michael

          On Wikipedia, everything is correctly written by EF and EF-S. The camera has an EF-S mount. EF is compatible with it, but there is no backward compatibility.

          • Oleg

            In my opinion, only EF lenses just become cameras with a full frame. Both EF and EF-S are placed on the crop. Exception 10d is the only cropped camera to which EF-S lenses that appeared later are not suitable. https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_EOS_10D paragraph about compatibility. By the way, I didn’t know that. Thanks to Arkady for useful information.

            • Arkady Shapoval

              No, there are d30 and d60 and APS-H crop.

              • Oleg

                All these cameras appeared before 2003. and used an EF mount. While EF-S lenses appeared only in 2003, that is, the first cropped cameras could only use full-frame lenses and were not compatible with EF-S lenses that appeared later. Further, everything seems to be harmonious and understandable for a full frame of only EF. For crop EF-S and EF. But EF- already with a loss of viewing angle due to the smaller matrix. APS-H is nevertheless closer to the full frame and EF-S simply will not cover a large matrix. Yes, and he did not ask

    • AND

      To the former owner I say - 20d ef-s

      • Sergei

        These cameras could use crop lenses from non-native manufacturers ...

  • Oleg

    I don’t know how Nikon (too lazy to understand the heretical religion), but Canon EOS in mounts is simple. And in all autofocus lenses there is a motor. No screwdrivers :)
    There is no camera except Canon and EOS his prophet! :)

    • Sergei

      All fanatics are the same

    • zengarden

      > AND ALL AF lenses have a motor. No screwdrivers :)
      Yes, you are just Captain Evidence! :)

    • Oleg

      Holivar invigorates.
      The reference material (which Arkady kindly collects) is evidence (a statement of facts).
      I added information about the focusing drive.
      And I'm not a fanatic, but a user of one of the systems. It would be strange (agree) not to love your technique. As we all love to repeat what the photographer takes, not the camera.

      • Michael

        Judging by your statements, you have the opposite)

    • Denis

      as well as a stone in the garden of Sony and Pentax

  • Michael

    Arkady, it seems to me, it is better to combine the information on the cameras with the size of the sensor and the mount in one table. And it turns out not very readable. There is not much information, and huge lists of the same cameras. You sit and leaf through. Thank you for your work!

  • Yarkiy

    I have not read the article, as unnecessary. But I did not find photographic examples shot on this wonderful transparent lens. Got upset.

    • Oleg

      but what does the lens have to do with the system

      • Basil

        Oleg, you are incomparable! He laughed for a very long time. I think Bright too

        • Yarkiy

          It would be funny if it were not so sad.

  • Basil

    Arkady, I apologize for being off topic: why did you switch from d700 to d90? D90 is a controversial camera to say the least. Yes, it's fashionable to squeeze something out of it, but you can't even compare it with the d700. What is the reason for such a sharp departure to the early large-scale smack?

    • Michael

      Arkady, apparently, will not answer ... It's a pity. I think these are temporary financial difficulties and a replacement for the D700 will be presented soon.

  • Vladimir_Vyshgorod

    The reviewer is very good!
    Thank you!
    Well ... .., the same Nikon review is missing !!!!!
    ;)))
    Thanks in advance for the Nikon review!

  • Vladimir

    Mistake Link to Canon EOS M3 leads to Canon EOS M5

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Fixed

  • Andriy Slobutsky

    Privit, Arcadiy! I stand in front of the vibrator of the back frame, chi 7d mkii ... The food of the pole is in the offensive .. I don’t want to be separated from sigma 18-35 1.8-won for ef-s, it’s vuzky, so I’ll pull only the body ... Putting the lens on 5d mkiii. pratsyu, the mirror is not chip, ale і vintka .. I am not strong in optics ale sob, thinking the axis of it: why wouldn’t such an extender be able to improve the image in + compensate for the darkening. Dyakuyu

    • Arkady Shapoval

      You can try the teleconverter, but the aperture will fall.

      • Andriy Slobutsky

        Dyakuyu, Arkadiy!

  • Lev

    Are full frame and full format the same thing?

  • Alexander

    It would be nice to see a list of EF lenses and compatible ones (not Canon).

  • Darja

    I bought a Canon 400d camera with a Canon 18-55 mm II lens, autofocus does not work. This dishonest seller sent me a broken lens, or still I'm doing something wrong, as if they should work together.

    • Michael

      It’s hard to say what cannot be done. Can the switch in the MF? Probably broken. Are there any other lenses? Do they work?

      • Darja

        Thank you for your reply!
        There are no problems with another lens, it works as it should. The switch in AF mode ... I already wiped the Contacts with alcohol, and threw off the camera settings, and took off / put on the battery, and tried not to screw the lens completely, then the photo does, of course, that f is at zero and there was no focus.

        • Michael

          It’s better not to put the lens to the end

  • Darja

    If I transfer the device to AF mode, the shutter fires, but the camera gives an error 99.

    • Michael

      Error Error 99, this is an error that the camera’s self-diagnostic system (camera firmware) cannot recognize.
      When the error code err 99 appears on the display of the Canon EOS camera, it is recommended to do what is written on the display first of all - turn off the camera, if the error appears again, do the following:
      Turn off the camera.
      Remove the lens, remove the memory card and battery.
      Wait about 20 minutes.
      Install a fully charged, if known known good battery.
      Turn on the camera.

  • Victor

    Thank you so much for such an exhaustive review and the amount of work done! For lenses in general, for perfectionists and razor-sharp enthusiasts, Captain Obvious has developed two simple rules of thumb:
    avoid any zoom lenses;
    avoid prime lenses with focal lengths shorter than the working (rear) section of the system, because focusing beyond the "native" FR + the remaining rear section is a very expensive price, since in this case, in fact, the whole telescopic system is piled up and, naturally, all these telescopic distortions negatively affect image quality, dimensions, weight, and especially - price.
    It is clear that for Canon EOS landscape “wide-angles” with AF less than 50 mm are cut off, but alas: anything shorter than the flange distance is an inevitable compromise or a big overpayment for very expensive and heavy L-series lenses. :( The way out is to either take the BZK, or stitch mosaics (which is acceptable only for static scenes), or put up with residual aberrations and mediocre image quality at the edges and corners of the frame.

    • B. R. P.

      That is, all shiriki-fixes ftopku? Originously!

  • Sergei

    Hello Arkady!
    For myself, in the lens table, I did not find the ones that interest me:

    Canon EF 24-105mm f / 4L IS II USM, and
    Canon EF 24-105mm f / 4L IS USM
    I would like to know your opinion about them. I would like to know how they differ. (since I am a novice lover, for now I realized that they differ in price).
    I would like to know your opinion: for the beginner EOS 6D mark II is this an option? (in a compartment with one of these lenses) or can there be another lens option (price-quality)?

    • anonym

      And for them there are no tables)

      • Sergei

        How to understand this? Why not? They really exist!

      • Sergei

        I understand correctly?!: These lenses for FF?

        • anonym

          Yes, you understand correctly. These are lenses with an ef mount. Here I see plates only for ef-s, ef-m, rf. No table, no lens. Here on the site on the first version the review was

    • Novel

      Basically - nothing. Naturally, Mark 2 is a little better - technologies do not stand still. Somewhere sharper, somewhere lighter, there are more blades in the diaphragm, but this is how, in principle ... There is money - take the second, no money - take the first.

      As an everyday full-time zoom - not bad at all. A compromise in focal length and aperture. L-assembly and picture - no frills, just good.

      As an alternative, I just want to wait for Tamron 35-150 / 2.8-4 to come out, it is about to appear. If you prefer to shoot portraits, it’s better due to the loss of wide angle. If the emphasis is on everyday life, architecture, group shots, 24-105 is better. But you have to wait for reviews and reactions.

      • Sergei

        Thank you, Roman, for your consultation! I'm still “swimming”, but there was one glimpse: at our place of work, among several “machines” there is an EOS 5D mark II, namely with the EF 24-105mm f / 4L IS USM. I took him to practice, and it seemed to me that he "lathers" even when shooting a natural landscape. And moreover, it lathers faces against the background of forest plantations. He told the sales assistant of a professional photographic store about this (it seems “photographic equipment”), he assured that “soap” is the tricks of this lens. they say Canon EF 24-105mm f / 4L IS II USM has been improved in this regard, and focus on it. WHERE IS TRUE?

        • Novel

          In principle, I can hardly imagine the epithet “soapy” for any L-series lens. If it works, it is not soapy. Sharpness is different, yes, other properties are also from good to shiny, but “soapy” ... Perhaps there is something wrong with a particular specimen. Well, the sharpness of the corners at aperture 4.0 at the wide end cannot be guaranteed either.

          https://www.flickr.com/groups/canon24-105mmf4lis/pool/ - look at the pictures here. A lot for IS and ISII, you can compare them at different focal points.

          24-105 - a good working full-frame horse.

          • Sergei

            Roman, thank you for the link! I have a couple more questions:
            1. all these photos after the Photoshop?
            2. I took pictures right away in JPEG, maybe the pictures in RAW would have been a little bit sharper?

            • Michael

              Obviously not all. When shooting in JPEG, sharpness is mainly affected by the camera settings, not the lens itself

              • Sergei

                Got it, thank you!

  • sugar

    Do you think third-party manufacturers - sigma, tamron and others - will soon release lenses for RF mount? at native prices biting but the characteristics are clearly better.

  • Leonid.

    Something I did not find a list of full-frame lenses Canon EF. And I would like. I want to switch to a full-sized format and have a general understanding of optics. Thank you for attention.

  • Gennady

    Hello!
    Can you please tell whether the Canon EOS 700D and the Canon EF 70-300 f / 4-6,5 IS II USM lens will combine and function in a good quality.
    Thank you in advance for your help.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      What does it mean to combine quality? the lens will work as expected, like on any other Canon

  • Anton

    Good afternoon! Tell me, are there any adapters to put a lens with an RF mount on a DSLR?

    • Jury

      no, and most likely never will

    • Alexey

      and what are we going to do with the working segment, huh? the stone flower will not come out, however))

    • Trueash

      There are quite rare and / or home-made adapters for mirrorless cameras - some print them on 3D printers. And on a DSLR, even if it turns out to be mechanically pinned, due to the large difference in working segments, only macro photography will be available.
      Ergo: if you find a lens with an RF mount, sell / exchange for another, or buy a mirrorless body for it.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      no and never will

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