Canon RF 15-35mm F2.8L IS USM Sample Images

Thinking about buying the Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8? Here are Canon RF 15-35mm sample images including my thoughts after a month with the lens. From landscapes to city this wide angle lens is an incredible addition to anyone’s bag.

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From my short time with the lens so far it has become one of my favorite Canon lenses. If you’re in the market for a wide angle lens you can see my full list of Canon wide angle lenses here.


Canon RF 15-35mm Sample Images

Here are Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8 sample photos shot using the Canon R5. Photos were processed in Lightroom to show what kind of results are possible with the lens.

If you hover over each image you can see the EXIF data used for the shot.

Check back in the future for more photos as I add them to the article.


Things I Like About the Canon RF 15-35mm

  • Extremely sharp and versatile lens.
  • Smaller than my previous Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 III which required the adapter on Canon mirrorless cameras.
  • Lighter than I expected!
  • Having lens stabilization is an incredible perk for low light shooters and videographers.
  • Say what you will about IBIS being linked to the IS for Canon mirrorless cameras/RF lenses. I find it really useful to be able to switch off IBIS & IS all with one button on this lens.
  • Same 82mm filter size as the previous 16-35mm.

Things I Dislike About the Canon RF 15-35mm

  • Granted it’s slightly smaller than the previous EF generation since you don’t have to use an adapter but the lens could be more compact.

Final Thoughts

Overall the Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8 has made a fantastic addition to my kit. I typically keep this lens on my camera and get plenty use out of it for travel photos. If you already have the Canon EF 16-35mm like I did you might be disappointed that the lens is fairly similar.


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If you have any questions about the RF 15-35mm let me know in the comments below!

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