Here’s a collection of sample images I’ve taken with the Canon RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM zoom lens.1 It’s a versatile zoom lens designed for Canon EOS R series mirrorless cameras.
Overall, it’s a very versatile lens. From the 24mm wide-angle lens to the 105mm telephoto, there’s a huge range of shooting situations that this is good for.
Here’s a collection of sample images I’ve taken with this lens on a Canon EOS R5 body. While I haven’t been able to get out and about to shoot as much variety as I’d like with it, I’ve nevertheless tried to include a range of different apertures, focal lengths, and scenes. My hope in posting these is that it gives some idea of how it performs in real-world shooting, and it’s designed to go along with my hands-on review posted separately (coming very soon).
These were all shot originally in RAW on an R5 body. They’ve been lightly processed in Lightroom, but I haven’t applied any of Lightroom’s lens distortion, chromatic aberration, or vignetting fixes, do those aspects are as shot. But the R5 has its own built-in lens correction; these were taken with the default settings, which is what I’m guessing most shooters would use, at least to start.
Where to Find Them
You can find the Canon RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM zoom lens at leading camera retailers like B&H Photo, which is my go-to place for buying camera gear.
- The IS in the names stands for Image Stabilizer. The USM stands for Ultrasonic Motor. ↩