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You have to hunt for them. I got a whole EF prime kit and a zoom on the cheap, used but pristine condition from various places. A lot of people are dumping EF gear to put towards RF gear. Some of these I picked up two years ago when a lot of people were dumping Canon for Sony. Most of them regretted that decision. Worked out for me. :) These are amazing on my c70 and R6. I made my money back on them rather quickly paired with the c70. I’d say I picked these all up in the last three years. Pretty darn good investment for filmmaking. If I were doing just stills than I’d sell the lot and get two or three awesome RF lenses, but I do too much video. Everyone I have beeen buying from says they are strictly still shooters, or like 90%.

This is what I got them for, happy hunting:

11-24 f/4 L USM $1,100 (Craigslist)
14mm f/2.8 L $800 (Roberts Camera, used department)
24mm f/1.4 L USM II $600. (Facebook Marketplace)
35 f/1.4 L USM II $900 (Facebook Marketplace)
50mm f/1.2 L USM $600 ( Facebook, Marketplace, Bought this one 2 weeks ago)
85mm f/1.4 L IS USM $700 (ebay)
100mm f/2.8 L IS USM Macro $550 (Friend)
135mm f/2 L USM $625 (KEH)
180mm F/3.5 L Macro $400. ( My favorite lens on the R6 so far ) (B&H Used Department)
200mm f/2.8 L USM $300 (Adorama Used Department)
300mm f/4 IS USM $450 (Ebay)
400mm f/5.6 USM $400 (ebay)

I bought the 2x III and 1.4x III, and both extension tubes new though. Been running my whole business off this setup. One happy Canon fanboy over here. I also use a 5DsR, and an old Canon 1V, so EF lenses are doubly helpful there.



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