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Viltrox EOS-M lenses delayed
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Viltrox EOS-M lenses delayed

From our friends over at Fujirumors, we have now heard that the 33mm F1.4 and the 56mm F1.4 have been delayed until next year.  No timeframe has been given, but it would make sense for them to be release by the time CP+ rolls around in Feburary.

The other lens, part of the trio announced, the 23mm F1.4 still has a chance of coming out in December.  I would take that as meaning, don't expect this as a stocking stuffer this season.

This is a shame, I was happily looking forward to these lenses coming out this year.  Let's hope the delay isn't too long.

 

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