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- RF-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
- Aperture Range: f/4.5 to f/32
- UD and Aspherical Elements
- Super Spectra Coating
- STM Stepping AF Motor
- 1:2 Magnification and 5.1″ Min. Focus
- Optical Image Stabilizer
- Customizable Control Ring
- 7-Blade Diaphragm
Ultra-Wide Zoom, Ultra-Versatile Design
Compact with wide-angle versatility, the Canon RF 15-30mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM pairs a portable design with a flexible focal length range ideal for landscape, architecture, and street subjects. Complementing the ultra-wide to wide range is also an Optical Image Stabilizer to reduce camera shake and a stepping AF motor that suits both photo and video uses.
- Covering ultra-wide to wide-angle fields of view, this lens spans a useful range of focal lengths for a variety of subject types, including landscape, architecture, interiors, and street applications.
- Modest variable maximum aperture contributes to a compact, lightweight design that’s ideal for travel and walkaround shooting.
- Two UD (ultra-low dispersion) glass elements control a variety of chromatic aberrations for high clarity and color accuracy.
- One aspherical element reduces spherical aberrations and distortion for improved sharpness and accurate rendering.
- Super Spectra Coating minimizes flare and ghosting for greater contrast when working in strong lighting conditions.
- Configurable Control Ring can be used to adjust a variety of exposure settings, including aperture, ISO, and exposure compensation.
Autofocus and Image Stabilization
- An Optical Image Stabilizer helps to minimize the appearance of camera shake by up to 5.5 stops, or 7 stops with coordinated IS, to better enable working in low-light conditions and with slower shutter speeds.
- STM stepping motor offers fast, quiet, smooth, and accurate autofocus performance that is ideal for video recording as well as still shooting.
- Close-up focusing capabilities enables working with a 1:2 maximum magnification and a 5.1″ minimum focusing distance to suit photographing nearby subjects.