Which Lens Are You Looking Forward To?

Which Lens Are You Looking Forward To?

  • EF 50 f/1.2L II

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • EF 70-300 f/4-5.6 IS

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • EF 85 f/1.2L III

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • EF 60 f/2.8 IS Macro

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 500 f/5.6 IS

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 50/1.4 II

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • EF 8mm f/2.8 circular fisheye

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    19
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Guest
I am waiting for a new long tele.

500 f/5.6 IS would be nice, or an update to the 500 f/4 IS if I win the lottery.

A lot of people are waiting for the 100-400 f/5.6 to be upgraded.
 
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whoami2

Guest
I am looking for a 50/1.4 II.

50/1.2 is good but it is just tooooo expensive. 50/1.4 is at a acceptable price range however the build was too bad and old (It's not ring USM).
 
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muteteh

Guest
EF 8mm f/2.8 circular fisheye
EF 14-24mm f/2.8 or 4
EF 50mm f/1.4 II
 
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nzmargolies

Guest
I would love a 2.8 version of the 24-105. that is the perfect range to complement the 16-35, and i refuse to buy anything slower than 2.8. I love my shallow DOF
 
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scott

Guest
The list shows an L and non L version of the 14-24 f/2.8, is that just a mistake, or will there be two versions of this lens?
 
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Cobalt720

Guest
scott said:
The list shows an L and non L version of the 14-24 f/2.8, is that just a mistake, or will there be two versions of this lens?
Yes, sorry for that confusion... too many possible lens'!
 

Harv

EOS RP
Jul 26, 2010
283
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www.harveyg.smugmug.com
I'm looking forward to one that is not on the list. Being primarily a bird photographer and preferring to travel light, I'd love to see a 600/4 DO IS but would gladly settle for a 600/5.6 DO IS.
 

ronderick

EOS RP
Jul 21, 2010
396
0
45
Taiwan
A 200-400 f/4 zoom like the Nikon one will be nice... maybe stick in a DO if it doesn't affect the quality too much - that might cut some weight off the potential monster.

Well, things would like nice as long as we don't ask about the price ::)
 
J

J-Man

Guest
I have a big wish list for new lenses & replacements,
14-24, 24-70, new 50's across the board,
100-400(200-400/200-500), 400/4(non DO),
500/5.6, f2 zoom
 
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ashah214

Guest
I voted for the 24-70L IS but I'm really looking forward to a 35mm NON-L with USM to replace the 35 f/2. I'd love it even if they kept it f/2 and just added USM so it can focus a tidge faster.
 
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muteteh

Guest
I would like a new zoom as well, but the prices are high.

I could probably afford the EF 100-400mm f/4-5.6 (or it's upgrade, if the price is similar), but the Nikon AF-S VR 200-400mm f/4G IF-ED is definitely too expensive for me.

[I'm sure the difference is justified, an extra stop at the long end makes for twice the front element surface, the ability to use a 1.4x extender without loosing autofocus, etc, but that doesn't change my salary.]
 
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Osiris30

Guest
ronderick said:
A 200-400 f/4 zoom like the Nikon one will be nice... maybe stick in a DO if it doesn't affect the quality too much - that might cut some weight off the potential monster.

Well, things would like nice as long as we don't ask about the price ::)
+1 for that lens... Even better would be 200-400 2.8-4.0. It's already going to cost a fortune, why not do it right ;)
 
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that1guy

Guest
nzmargolies said:
I would love a 2.8 version of the 24-105. that is the perfect range to complement the 16-35, and i refuse to buy anything slower than 2.8. I love my shallow DOF
^I could get on board with this! ;D I love my 24-105 but the 2.8 would make it even better. Of course it would be huge, but I don't care. I believe Tamron made one of these (maybe it was a 28-105 2.8...does anyone remember?) at one point.

For the survey, I marked that I was waiting on the 24-70 2.8 IS. I am anxious to see how it performs optically and it would be an awesome lens w/ the IS (the only reason I didn't get the current 24-70 was because it didn't have IS).
 
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ashah214

Guest
that1guy said:
^I could get on board with this! ;D I love my 24-105 but the 2.8 would make it even better. Of course it would be huge, but I don't care. I believe Tamron made one of these (maybe it was a 28-105 2.8...does anyone remember?) at one point.
Tamron still makes it. It's one of their adaptall lenses. http://www.tamron.com/lenses/prod/m28105mm.asp

I'm happy to hear about the new 35mm. It'll be good for crop bodies as a standard lens as well as those who love the 35mm focal length on FF ( that would be me ;D ).