Hi, I have NOT used the EF 35 2.0 IS but I had the chance to get the RP WITH the RF 35 "for free" during a very good offer. I had no stabilized wide angle lens, and I have seen a need for vloggin so that offer just came in time.Interesting comment from you
Have you also used in the past the EF 35mm f2 IS?
If yes, how do you compare the image quality between the two lenses?
I am asking as I own the EF 35mm and I am very happy with it, almost an "L" quality in my opinion...
I am shure both lenses perform similar which can be seen on
View the image quality delivered by the Canon EF 35mm f/2 IS USM Lens using ISO 12233 Resolution Chart lab test results. Compare the image quality of this lens with other lenses.
while that comparison is a little bit tricky because both lenses are testet on different cameras. I try to "average" EF lens images between 5Ds and 1Ds mark iii for a better comparability - just looking at both sensors output.
Optically the EF version seems to be a little bit crisper in the corners and if you do not need the 1:2 macro mode and do not need minimum size it might be good to stay with the EF version which works on M cameras too. The first RF lens brings more incompatibilitys in the bag!