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Canon to release two new EF-M lenses this year?
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Canon to release two new EF-M lenses this year?

Canon Rumors posts a rumor today that the EF-M ecosystem is getting two new lenses this year.  One a prime and the other, another zoom.

It would be difficult to say what the new zoom would be - there certainly is a need for a good 15-85 or 17-55/2.8 which the APS-C DSLR users have.

CR states;

We’re told that there are two new EF-M lenses slated for release in 2018, and the first one will likely come ahead of CP+, which begins on March 1, 2018.

We weren’t told the focal length of the prime, and we don’t want to speculate either. The second EF-M lens will be a zoom. Again, no focal length was given and this will come later in the year we’re told.

We’re expecting the already leaked EOS M50 to be announced at around the same time.

More to come…

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