We all have dream lenses that we want Canon to make, most of which never will be. There is now a crazy rumor from Canon Watch about two such lenses that haven't appeared on our RF mount roadmap.
The first rumored lens would be an RF-S 33mm f/1L USM, which is basically a 50mm lens for APS-C sensors. While the idea would be pretty desireable, Canon never made “L” EF-S lenses, and we're not sure if that's going to change with the RF-S mount.
The second lens is an RF 70-300mm f/2-4L IS USM. I don't even know what to say about this rumor. I don't think there would be a market for such a lens. We think that once you reach the pricepoint that this lens would sell for, variable aperture wouldn't be well received. Who knows though, Canon can always do new and interesting things.
We don't have a lot of faith in this rumor, but stranger things have happened.
Besides the Canon RF 1mm-1000mm f/1L IS USM Macro Tilt-Shift Pancake, what is your dream lens that will likely never happen?
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I’ll be happy to upgrade, if canon would make the RF-s 33 mm F1.0 L …
Hopefully competition drives canon to make it..
I really want to get the new RF 100-400, it's affordable and I could really use that extra reach, I just wish for a little more, so it could be an "always on"...sort of
a 50-500mm F/8 that's a bit bigger for 999.- maybe? Well, we were allowed to dream :)
RF 500mm f5.6 DO!!!!!!!!!
(Like Nikons 500mm f5.6 pf)
The 24-70 is fine for most situations, but often I find myself wanting a wider focal lense. It would be way more versatile in my opinion :)