Combining a short-telephoto field of view with a sleek design and close-focusing performance, the RF 85mm f/2 Macro IS STM is a well-rounded lens for a range of subjects, from portraits to macro subjects. Its close focus design enables working with subject matter as close as 1.15' away with a 1:2 maximum magnification and the STM stepping motor affords impressively quiet and smooth autofocus performance and full-time manual focus override. Helping to create sharp imagery, the lens also features optical image stabilization, along with Hybrid IS, to suppress up to five stops of camera shake for cleaner, steadier shooting. A UD (Ultra low Dispersion) element is also used in the optical design to minimize aberrations and ensure clarity. Additionally, a configurable Control Ring lets you adjust exposure settings, including ISO, aperture, and exposure compensation, from the lens itself.
- RF-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
- Maximum Magnification: 1:2
- Minimum Focusing Distance: 1.15'
- One UD Element
Canon RF 85mm f/2 Macro IS STM Overview
Canon RF 85mm f/2 Macro IS STM Specs
|Lens Mount||Canon RF|
|Lens Format Coverage||Full-Frame|
|Angle of View||28° 30'|
|Minimum Focus Distance||1.15' / 35.05 cm|
|Macro Reproduction Ratio||1:2|
|Optical Design||12 Elements in 11 Groups|
|Diaphragm Blades||9, Rounded|
|Filter Size||67 mm (Front)|
|Dimensions (ø x L)||3.07 x 3.56" / 78 x 90.5 mm|
|Length at Maximum Extension||3.54" / 90 mm|
|Weight||17.64 oz / 500 g|
|Package Weight||1.53 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.38 x 5.38 x 5.3"|
Canon RF 85mm f/2 Macro IS STM Reviews
Works flawlessly with my R5
Images are super sharp, even at f2 on my R5. Eye AF is spot on. Bokeh is excellent. Great budget lens.
Excellent non L lens for Canon RF mount. Well worth the money. Not too heavy or bulky. Great picture quality. Really affordable when compared to the L version.
These lens are so underrated. One of my go to's during certain events I go to. I have this along with my 24-105 L lens.
This lens makes incredible result for a reasonable price. I think its a must for any camera to get great images with sharp blurry depth of field A bit slow on the macro focusing as said in most reviews but it could be ignored for such a good price comparing the 85mm 1.2 L series
A great little 85mm
I've been able to get some very nice shots with this lens on my R5. What a pleasant surprise it is and quite a bargain when compared to the very expensive RF 85mm f/1.2. I don't know why some people are saying they don't like its autofocus. I haven't seen any issues with its AF. It focuses quickly and accurately for me. Maybe they don't know how to use their cameras. I would post a few photos I've taken with this lens except B&H's photo compression is worse than Facebook's, so I'm not going to do that any more until B&H fixes their processing.
Sharp Lens for portraits
Super sharp prime lens. great for portraits or product photography
Canon RP & RF 85mm f/2
I needed a lightweight camera for backpacking/hiking. I thought I would give the Canon RP full frame mirrorless a try because it is so light weight. I coupled the RP with the RF 85mm f/2 on a recent trip to Mt. Whitney Portal. I captured some amazing photos of Mt. Whitney during the early Nautical and Civil twilight hours. Temps. around 23 F. and the above package, while light weight, performed great. See attached photos.
Super sharp but slow to focus
I love this lens, it's super lightweight and much better than my EF 85 1.8mm. I initially wanted the Rf 85mm 1.2 but since I don't use the 85 so much, mostly for the bride and groom portraits I didn't want to spend almost 3k with an 85mm. I am pretty happy with this lens and the photos are super sharp. It also takes macro shots which is helpful but not my favorite for macro. It is the loudest lens I have ever had while focusing and I felt like the autofocus was pretty slow compared to my other canon and Tamron lens. I will keep this for now, but I plan on upgrading it in the future maybe for the 1.2 or when the RF samyang 85mm 1.4 when it comes out.
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