- Aug 1, 2014
I was thinking about that when I wrote my last comment, but since then I've also realized that having the new ultra compact 70-200 f/2.8 makes a bit of a case for a larger, bright aperture internal zoom that could replace the 200mm f/2L and function similar to how sports/news photographers use the 300mm f/2.8L and 200-400mm f/4L IS right now. I know so many people who opt for the much larger 200-400 F/4 vs the 100-400 f/5.6, and that's even more of a magnitude of size difference. Same thing goes for the 120-300mm f/2.8.Probably a super fast 70-200 F1.8 is also coming.
so canon gonna have 2 lines of holy trinity lenses.
Holy and Virgin
Yeah, it'd definitely be up there at like 8K or so maybe, but I think it would still end up making Canon a profit if they don't do too bad on the 200mm F/2. There's a market for it, so why not?