When you think of kit lenses, you generally do not associate them with the kind of image quality you expect to see in professional-level images. But in the last few years, we have seen some remarkably good kit lenses come to the market, and this great video review takes a look at what might be the best yet.
Coming to you from Christopher Frost Photography, this helpful video serves as an update to his original review of the Canon RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM, testing how it handles the high demands of the 45-megapixel sensor in the Canon EOS R5. You can watch the original full review here:
I loved my EF 24-105mm f/4L (original version) back in the day. It was not the sharpest lens (though it was good enough), but I have always found 24-70mm lenses a bit limiting, and having that extra reach made it the perfect walkaround lens, meaning it essentially lived on my camera. Now, it looks like Canon has made huge strides with the RF version, which Frost says can easily handle the high demands of 8K video and a 45-megapixel sensor. Check out the videos above for his full thoughts.