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Rent Canon cameras, Canon Lenses, & Canon Accessories

For a fraction of the retail cost, you can experiment with all kinds of Canon items, plus other camera and multimedia gear, including... ...and more! BL carries Canon L-series lenses for both DSLR EF mount and for RF mount, which are compatible with Canon's latest mirrorless line of EOS R cameras. We also offer great budget-friendly lenses from 3rd party manufacturers, such as Tokina and Tamron, as well as EF mount options from Sigma and Zeiss.

Renting Canon with free Shipping: Save Time and Money by Borrowing camera Gear


There are rentals for a lot of things, from power tools to purses, but you might not realize just how useful renting photo and video equipment is. Buying the gear you want for each of the types of gigs you do can get very expensive prohibitively so for the hobbyist. But that doesn't mean you should go without trying the latest tech! Here are just a few of the benefits of renting:
  • Convenience when traveling. Leave your personal gear at home and eliminate the risk of it getting broken or stolen.
  • Special occasions. Photographing air shows once a year is the perfect use case for renting vs shelling out upwards of 10K on a super telephoto lens!
  • Gain experience. Don't learn on the job study a piece of gear ahead of time! Rent a camera or lighting kit and get hands-on with it before jumping into a major event assistants, take note!
  • Low-cost testing. Not sure if you want to upgrade or if some certain new shiny system will work with your current accessories? Instead of using credit to purchase something expensive and relying too much on a decent returns policy, why not just borrow the item for as little as dollars a day?

What Canon Should I Use?

Canon gear is offered in a variety of mount types, the most common being EF mount. This is what you'll find on cameras like the 5D Mark IV and 1D X Mark III. Pair these cameras with any EF mount lens, from 15mm fisheyes to 800mm super-teles. For the highest quality, look for EF mount lenses from the L series, which offers fast maximum apertures, image stabilization, and other professional features.

Want to take advantage of the latest high-resolution mirrorless cameras? Check out Canon's EOS R cameras and RF mount lenses, which offer Canon's newest optical technologies for greater brightness and better overall image performance. And if you want to just try out an EOS R camera but only own EF-mount lenses, you can simply rent an adapter!

Pay attention to what size sensor you're working with. For EF mount shooters, Canon DLSRs offer both full frame and crop frame sensor varieties. EF-S lenses are designed specifically for crop frame/ASP-C sensors and will not mount to full frame EF mount cameras. However, EF mount lenses will mount to both!

With so many Canon items to choose from, it might help you to start out exploring these customer favorites:
  • Canon EOS R3: Shoot unlimited 6K raw at 60 FPS while also taking advantage of Canon's latest innovation Eye Control AF. Looking right at your subject through the EVF will produce a selectable point that will move when your eye moves! This camera also offers wired and 5GHz wireless connectivity with a built-in GPS module and a Multi-Function hot shoe for greater accessory functionality, including wireless radio flash control and digital sound. This is a major workhorse of a camera suitable for just about any project.
  • Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L: This EF mount Canon zoom lens is a go-to for many professionals at weddings and events due to its versatility. Having the ability to shoot with the wide 24mm focal length is great for landscapes and setting the scene. The 70mm focal length is excellent for portraits and the large maximum aperture means beautiful out-of-focus backgrounds. Part of Canon's L series, this is an incredibly high quality "everyday lens". Don't shoot EF mount? Fortunately, Canon provides these same useful lengths in RF mount! Be sure to check out the Canon RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS.
  • Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS III: This is one of Canon's most popular EF mount telephoto lenses. It has a great focal range for shooting weddings, sports, and nature. The 200mm end is great for getting up close to your subject from a safe distance, bringing the action whatever it may be to you. This lens is used for portraits as well. The image stabilization is offered in 3 modes, with one dedicated to panning. This is a great lens for sports, wildlife, safari, and fine art. RF mount shooters are in luck, as we also offer the Canon RF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS.
  • Canon C300 Mark III: This Super 35mm cinema camera is equipped with Canon's latest Dual Gain Output sensor with a dynamic range exceeding 16 stops. The new image processing system in this camera can handle raw, high frame rates, and 5-axis electronic stabilization with ease.
  • Canon Speedlite EL-1 Flash: With major improvements over the EX line, the EL-1 represents the next generation of all-purpose flashes with a new and convenient Lithium-Ion battery, incredible exposure range, and much improved menu, controls, and build. The long-lasting battery provides up to 2,345 flash pops and up to 3 hours of LED modeling lamp runtime. While heftier than your average Speedlite, the Canon Speedlite EL-1 Flash is really more like a small strobe and the ideal tool for portraits, candids, events, and more.
Photographers, vloggers, filmmakers, and multimedia artists, from beginner to advanced, enjoy the convenience and selection of our cameras, lenses, lighting, and production equipment with low (or no) deposits for most rentals. The best part is you have access to the newest technology when you need it and not just when you've saved enough to buy it.

How Renting Canon Gear Works

Browse our selection, choose your need-by dates in our date picker, select your shipping (all shipments have return labels), and let our professionals handle the rest. Some handy things to know:
  • It's always a good idea to receive your gear well ahead of when your gig begins so that you can get comfortable with your equipment or avoid any weather-related delays with carriers.
  • Your return day is your postmark date no worrying about calculating transit times when sending stuff back!
  • Take advantage of our UPS shipping locations if you cannot receive your order at home or on set.
  • Rent for a minimum of 3 days enough to cover a fun weekend event all the way up to 90 days. Get lenses for less than $20 a week or snag a $12,000 super-tele for a special event for as little as a few hundred dollars over the course of several days. Submitting a project to Netflix? We got you covered with a wide variety of Netflix-approved cameras for a fraction of the retail cost.

Hands-On Customer Service from Real Photographers and Videographers

Our crew are all working professionals and passionate hobbyists themselves. BL gear experts are here to help you, whether it's troubleshooting equipment compatibility or making adjustments to your reservation. With locations on both the east and west coasts, you will love the quick shipping and expert service at BorrowLenses.com.