Canon RF-S Ultra-Wide-Angle Lens Coming Next

Recently, we’ve been hearing rumors that Canon is planning to release a brand new ultra-wide lens for the RF-S mount. While we don’t have all the details yet, we’re excited to learn more about this highly anticipated lens. Given that there are currently no ultra-wide lenses in the RF-S lineup, this announcement is sure to be a welcome addition for Canon’s APS-C users.

It’s been speculated that the new ultra-wide lens will be a variation of the already impressive Canon EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM lens. While we can’t say for sure what the exact focal range or speed of the lens will be, we’re confident that it will be on par with the high quality standards that Canon is known for. With the EF-M 11-22mm receiving rave reviews, it’s clear that Canon has a winning formula that they will carry over to the RF-S mount.

In addition to the ultra-wide for the RF-S mount, we’re also curious to see what other dedicated crop lenses Canon has in store for the EOS R7, EOS R10, and EOS R50. While there’s no word on any other new releases, we have reason to believe that the RF-S line-up will mature at a much quicker pace than the EF-M did. This means that we can expect to see all-new compact APS-C designs in the coming year.

As a highly respected and trusted source for Canon rumors, we have reason to believe that the new ultra-wide lens will be a game changer for Canon’s APS-C users. With a reputation for producing top-of-the-line lenses, Canon is sure to deliver a high-quality product that exceeds expectations. While we can’t wait to get our hands on this new lens, we’re confident that it will be worth the wait. So, if you’re an APS-C user looking for a high-quality ultra-wide lens, keep an eye out for this upcoming release from Canon.

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