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The EF-M prime to be a 50mm equivalent?
A new rumor surfaced from Canon Rumors that the EF-M prime that is supposed to come out sometime this year will be a 50mm equivalent.
While this certainly makes sense, and would also increase the amount of primes nativelly available for the EF-M mount to three;
Any movement on the EF-M prime front is good movement.
Still no definate word on wether this will be a 1.8 or a 1.4 aperture lens and Canon Rumors states;
We’re told that the EF-M prime coming later this year will be a “50mm equivalent” and “fast”. If we had to guess, it’s going to be en EF-M 35mm (56mm equivalent) f/1.4 or /1.8. We know for sure that it’s not a 30mm lens and that it’ll be faster than f/2. We don’t know if it’ll have IS at this time.
Until we know the speed for sure, we’ll keep this [CR2], but the lens is definitely coming. I expect the announcement for this lens to come before Photokina, which begins on September 25, 2018.
The only lenses coming ahead of CP+ will likely just be new kit lenses, so there’s nothing too exciting going on for February.
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