Canon has been busy pumping out new Canon RF Mount lenses, and we’ve been busy reviewing them.
During the last year, Canon has been busy innovating in the camera lens space. The RF mount has come on in leaps and bounds in a short amount of time. It is quickly becoming an excellent, well-rounded platform. We have also been busy putting Canon RF mount lenses to the test in the real world to see if they can stand up to the levels of abuse Canon claims. We’ve just updated our Canon RF mount buyers guide so that you can quickly see just how well each lens performed. For all the details about the update, skip past the break.
Last year when we first put the buyer’s guide for the Canon RF mount together, we had just three lenses for the platform reviewed. Jump forward a year, and we now have ten Canon RF mount lenses accounted for, and more reviews are coming. This past year we have seen staples such as the RF 70-200mm f2.8 L IS USM, the RF 15-35mm f2.8L IS USM, two RF 85mm f1.2 lenses, an RF 28-70mm f2 L USM, and many more lenses added to the line-up. In fact, this has been an incredibly exciting year for team Canon and those who use their products. After years of sleeping, it seems as though the giant has woken up, and they mean business.
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So, why should you care about our reviews and our buyer’s guide? Here at The Phoblographer, we don’t mince our words. We say what we mean, and we mean what we say. We’re ethical and transparent with our reviews. If there’s something wrong with a product, we’ll let you know about it. Conversely, we’ll also praise a product for everything it gets right. We are brand agnostic; there’s no bias here. You can rest assured knowing that when you read our reviews, you’re getting nothing but the truth with no extra fluff. We test and use lenses like Canon RF mount lenses, just like photographers would in the real world because we’re all working photographers too.
If you’re thinking about jumping over to Canon, but you aren’t sure about the lenses, our guide will help. It’s easy to read and contains just the right amount of information to help you. Bookmark the buyer’s guide so that you can access it at any time. It will become an invaluable guide to you. If you’re seriously considering jumping into the system and will be learning about new types of photography, check out the awesome guides at Photowhoa. They’ll help elevate your photography to even higher levels.