Canon has announced two new lenses that will expand the offerings for the RF-mount system. The L305 is a 70-200 mm f/4 interchangeable lens while the L307 is Canon’s latest 50 mm prime lens.
The new L305 comes in a light body, weighing 695 g and measuring 119 mm in length. When shooting at the longest 200 mm end, the lens elements are arranged to reduce vignetting, chromatic aberration and ghosting. Conversely, the 9-blade circular aperture maximises bokeh even at the edges of the image for soft, blurry backgrounds. The lens is also equipped with a Nano USM, Canon’s latest lens motor for high-speed performance. It comes with an in-built Image Stabiliser (IS) that provides up to 5-stops image stabilisation that can go up to 7.5-stops when paired with either EOS R5 or EOS R6. It comes with a minimum focussing distance of 0.6 m, allowing the L305 to achieve a maximum of 0.28x magnification. It is dust and water-resistant with the extended part of the lens barrel possessing vibration and shock resistance as well.
The L307 adds a large aperture of f/1.8 for low-light performance and comes in a compact and lightweight body. It offers a similar field of view as the human eye, with a minimum focussing distance of 30 cm providing 0.25x magnification. It has a large aperture, a short back focus of the RF mount and uses a PMo aspherical lens that reduces flaring, ghosting and coma aberration. It is constructed out of 6 elements in 5 groups and weighs 160 g while measuring 40.5 mm in length.
No pricing or availability related information has been shared by Canon as of now.