I don't believe the lens exists. But if it does, it has to live up to the recently raised standard for Canon UWAs set by the 16-35IS. No easy task.
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If you are planning to use the EOS-M for travel, 22mm may be too long for a lot of occations.18-55 zoom will be a lot more versatile and gives you a wider angle when you need it. Quite a few posts recommended the 11-22mm ($400). It has been rated very high.I use a 35 2.0 IS on my 70D and have and M/22. A 50mm "M" lens would complete my package and make my EOS M a complete kit for travel. I like 50 a lot for portraits.A 50mm "M" lens would solve all of my problems.What propblems?? 50mm is too long for general use and too short for portrait. How does it solve your problem??
And I think that would solve my GAS problem since I think I'd prefer an M/22 & 50 to the G7X or any other compact.
Haven't seen this discussed yet, but wondering if the 5D MK III will be able to take the LP-E6N. Seems the only difference is the LP-E6N has 200mA more juice, and I am suspecting Canon looks at the battery in firmware, but wondering if in the future with a firmware upgrade, the 5DMK III will be able to take advantage of stronger and likely longer lasting batteries from the 7D MK II
Found something really cool to maybe create a grip, called Sugru.
Anybody used this before? How strong is it?
I didn't notice the Sigma 135 f/1.8 OS Art mentioned.Is such lens announced? Just rumors AFAIK...