October 1, 2022

Canon RF vs EF Lenses – Which are the Best? | Comparative Review

Just how different are Canon’s new RF lenses when compared to their older EF counterparts? We take a close look at Canon’s RF 50mm 1.2L and 24-105 f/4L and what sets them apart, and if they’re really an improvement.

Canon EOS R:

Canon RF 50mm f/1.2L Lens:

Canon EF 50mm f/1.2L Lens:

Canon RF 24-105mm f/4.0L Lens:

Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II Lens:


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10 thoughts on “Canon RF vs EF Lenses – Which are the Best? | Comparative Review

  1. If Canon releases a full frame RF camera with silent shutter and IBIS +dual card slots .. I will buy it. For now.. My target is Sony's A7iii.

  2. I look at this and don't know that the comparison is quite fair. I'd certainly hope the RF lens performs better on the body that they are created for. In the 24-105 comparison you give the edge to the RF because of the adaptor need but if you don't need the adaptor then what?
    If asking if you should switch if you're already using the DSLR wouldn't the better comparison be between the lens with the camera they were designed for?

  3. Hey great to see someone finally testing these sort of things. I'm looking forward to take a leap and go from my sh*tty 70d to the EOS R. But I started to search about how it works and, can't remember where, I saw that the EF adapted lenses won't perform as good as in its DSLR's counter parts, meaning that even for Canon users the best experience would be to sell the EF lenses and go full RF. In your experience, would you say it's true? If I have to sell mi 24-70 2.8 L II, I might as well just go with the Sony a7III with its kit lens, and slowly trade in all my L glass for similar sony lenses.

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