I must say that almost everyone who is using the Canon EOS R / RP is waiting for a lens like the 24-240mm F4-6.3 IS USM. When Canon chose to make new RF mounts to replace EF mounts, the new mount system was not large, elegant, expensive, and very heavy, so Canon introduced the 24-240mm F4-6.3 IS USM RF for users. popular, supported with the following reasons:
This is a good complementary lens for Canon EOS R / RP users with universal needs. With telephoto-zoom 10x (24-240mm), the focal length range "from home to school" serves those who prefer convenience, mobility when taking photos and videos with a small investment budget. The price of this lens is announced at about $ 900, buy a tube of everything.
The advantages are only 750g (very light compared to the existing RF mount pipes), specifications such as 5-Stop vibration resistance, custom parameter settings, quiet focus … help people Use more comfortable when using for shooting and video recording. The more technology, the better the user is concerned with the concern, focusing on image thinking more.
- Used for EOS R camera system
- Zoom focal range 10x
- Stable image (anti-vibration) 5-Stop
- Weight 750g
- 1/8-Stop aperture shift
- Control Ring customization can assign ISO adjustment, speed …
- Nano USM quiet focus system
At telephoto focal length, the maximum of this lens is 240mm, if the lighting context is not good enough, the shutter speed is low (eg 1 / 10s – 1 / 30s depending), very capable of holding the camera The hand will have some shaking. The fact that the lens has a volume does not make it difficult to try to stabilize the device and the vibration reduction system is very useful for users. This is the first Canon lens designed for full-frame cameras featuring DIS (Dynamic Image Stabilization) equivalent to the 5-Stops anti-vibration system according to CIPA standards.
You talk a lot about the limitations of two-lens lenses, running from f / 4 – 6.3. A versatile tele-zoom tube for popular, affordable photography is harder to open. We look at the quick snapshot to verify the image at different focal lengths and how different the aperture is. As for "deleting fonts", apart from large / small ones affecting DOF, the long focal length and the distance from the machine to the object are also affected. You use it freely.
Some products on hand:
To the right of the lens are two anti-shake switch buttons and buttons to switch Focus focus function and Control Ring ring. When you change the function to Control Ring, you can assign other functions to it within the menu instead of the default function Focus focus.
Right side we have a lock button to help lock the lens back at the focal length of 24mm to prevent the lens from accidentally zooming down, long out while wearing …
Some test shots:
Try the focal range from home to school of lenses from 24mm to 240mm:
Some other images capture in different conditions, focal points and subjects, all of which are portable and turn on anti-shake to capture:
Low light conditions:
Some quick comments:
- The ability to focus quickly and smoothly, but if you are at the largest focal length and turn to the shortest focal length or vice versa, the machine takes a while to focus again.
- Good vibration resistance, most cases are only portable and shoot in low light and night conditions but still almost no vibration.
- The detail of the image when bright enough is good, but gradually decreases when shooting in low light conditions.
- The zoom ring is slightly soft, so if you wear a lens and move a lot, it is easy to slip down to a focal length of 240mm.