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I have a m6 mark 2 camera by Canon. Is there anyway to adapt the 28-70 rf lens to my camera?
The quick answer for your question of whether you can use a Canon RF lens on a Canon M6 Mark II camera is NO. Canon's development of the differences in flange distances and mount diameters for the 3 different lens mounting systems makes it very confusing.
To understand the compatibility issues we have to look at the specific flange distances of the 3 different systems. The flange distance is the distance from the sensor to the front of the mounting flange.
The original EF and EF-S lenses are built to mount to cameras with a 44mm flange distance. The first mirrorless line of Canon bodies, the "M" series, have a flange distance of 18mm.
The newest line of Canon mirrorless cameras, the "R" series, has a flange distance of 20mm. The RF 24-70mm lens needs to be mounted at that 20mm distance from the camera sensor to function properly.
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