Not much has happened with the EOS M camera lineup since the very successful EOS M50 launched back in February of 2018. The advent of the EOS R system has put a certain cloud over the future of the EOS M system, but Canon executives continue to say they will invest in the system in the future, though they've never really committed to how long into the future we'll see new EOS M products.
We're told that the EOS M camera lineup will be addressed in late August with a replacement for at least the EOS M5 and that the EOS M6 isn't going to see a direct replacement. The source suggested the EOS M lineup will consist of 3 camera bodies in 2020, an EOS M500, EOS M50 and EOS M5 Mark II.
The same source said 2 new EF-M lenses will arrive alongside the new camera body, though what those lenses are was unknown.
This is [CR1], so take it with the needed grain of salt.
Also, there is a new Metabones speed booster for EF-to-EF-M. However, because the Canon crop factor is 1.6 instead of 1.5, the resulting crop factor is 1.15 instead of 1.07.
Whatever will be released, may bring the M50 prices down a little bit or might be a good companion to my existing M50 ...
I'll like to see an improved big zoom lens than the current EF-M 18-150 mm cos the latter is just too prone to flare.
The patents are already out for
EF-M 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6
EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3
EF-M 18-130mm f/3.4-5.6
EF-M 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3
EF-M 15-130mm f/3.5-6.3
EF-M 8-15mm fisheye
(See this and this).
also maybe something similar to the ef-s 55-250 stm..i keep looking for a used 70-200 f4 but that ef-s lens is so damn good and cheap i feel i'd lose getting the bigger L
If the M 5II is a hi-MP camera, I'll use it for macro with EF and Leica lenses (no more cropping of FF picts, and yet, good depth of field).
Yes. Canon has never seen the need to offer EF-S lenses in local focal lengths. No reason why they would do so with EF-M.