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Canon RF 50mm f/1.8 Lens $279.52 Delivered @ Ryda eBay

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Cheapest price i've seen for this new Nifty Fifty with local stock & 5 Year AU warranty.
Almost essential piece of kit if you have an RF mount camera!

All round great reviews:
* Art of Photography Review
* Camera Labs Review
* Digital Camera World Review

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Comments

  • Is this the updated version or something? Aren't these use to be $150?

  • good deal actually…

    works out to be the same price with digidirect IF they had a 20% off sale.

    their current RRP for this lens sits at $350. So 20% off (which is pretty rare for canon RF lens) would bring it down to about $280.

    Pulled the trigger. No money for L lens at the moment in the RF mount, so the cheap trinity of primes will have to do for the time being.

    Thanks to OP for the post!!!

  • Yeah also grab the Canon RF 85mm f/2 Macro IS STM and Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 Macro IS STM. A great set of prime lenses for under $2k. Very helpful when you already spent the money of a car to buy a R5/R6.

  • This one or should I get the Canon RF 35mm f/1.8 Macro IS STM, disregarding FOV, which has the better IQ etc

    • what does IQ stand for in the photography world?

    • I’m not sure if there is a massive difference but haven’t read any direct comparisons. I think the primary factor would be FOV and what other lens you already have. Otherwise:
      * The 35mm has a higher maximum magnification (0.5 vs 0.25 I think)
      * The 35mm has the image stabilisation
      * The 50mm is cheaper :-)

      • spot on i think

        i already have the sigma EF 1.4Art 35mm……not happy with the sharpness so looking to sell that and get the RF version…

        really enjoying the RF 85mm F2 atm…

        don't think u could go wrong with either 35mm or 50mm…just preference on your FOV

        now also wondering whether i should pull the trigger on the RF 800mm f11…..so tempting..