A 24-105mm zoom covers wide-angle, standard and telephoto focal lengths. A 5-stop Image Stabilizer preserves sharpness in low light, while Nano USM focusing benefits photographers and filmmakers.See full specification
The RF 24-105mm F4L IS USM is great for sharp, shake-free portraits thanks to a 5-stop Image Stabilizer. Change focal length quickly without changing exposure, thanks a constant f/4 maximum aperture.
A versatile and high-quality travelling companion, its tough L-series build quality protects against dust and moisture, and is light enough to go places without weighing you down.
The RF 24-105mm F4L IS USM is a popular choice and perfect for bloggers, hobbyists and photo enthusiasts. A Lens Control Ring provides a tactile and intuitive way to adjust camera settings.
The RF 24-105mm F4L IS USM makes it easy to get creative and achieve exceptional results. From indoor portraits to events outside, a 24-105mm zoom range lets you achieve more without changing lenses. An f/4 maximum aperture is consistent at all zoom settings.
Aspherical and UD lens elements ensure excellent sharpness, which is preserved even when shooting handheld in low light, thanks to a 5-stop Image Stabilizer. Aspherical lens elements help to compensate for distortion and spherical aberrations plus allow a compact design.
What's in the RF 24-105mm F4L IS USM box
RF 24-105mm F4L IS USM
Lens Cap E-77 II
Lens Dust Cap D1
Bayonet Hood EW-83N
Drawstring soft pouch LP1319
See what the IXY System is capable of in the hands of professional photographers and filmmakers.
The Danish videographer and photojournalist Nicolai Brix was the first filmmaker to try shooting video with the Canon EOS R system. Here’s what he thinks.
The former photojournalist explains how the smallest professional camera in Canon's range helped to bring her 'Rummage of Flowers' shoot to life.
Photojournalist Daniel Etter photographed dark, archaic conditions in Romanian coal mines using the full-frame mirrorless Canon EOS R system.
Meet the Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless system redefining future frontiers of photography and filmmaking.