This is the Canon RF lens roadmap

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This is the Canon RF lens roadmap for the next couple of years. I will be updating this list as new information comes in.
Canon RF-S Lenses

Canon RF-S 18-45mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM (Announced May 24, 2022)
Canon RF-S 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM (Announced May 24, 2022)

Canon RF Tilt-Shift Lenses:

Canon TS-R 14mm f/4L
Canon TS-R 24mm f/3.5L

These lenses will be the first tilt-shift lenses to have autofocus.
Canon RF Zoom Lenses:

Canon RF 10-24mm f/4L USM
Canon RF 14-35mm f/4L IS USM (Announced June 29, 2021)...

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IcyBergs

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Most anticipated of this list for me would be the 14-35 f4 IS.

Biggest question in my mind is price and color of the 100-400 with the 7.1 at the long end, I think it's reasonable to debate whether or not that'll be a "L" lens. Either way though I'd hope to see a modest price tag.
 
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It's a little disappointing to me that they aren't planning on releasing a 24 1.4 any time soon...this would be the perfect lens in RF mount!
Same here. I’m hoping there are a couple lenses on the list that just haven’t leaked yet. I think canon will release something like a 20mm 1.8 or 24mm 1.4 soon.
 
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Dissapointed that they don't plan an 85mm 1.4. 85mm f2 doesn't seem as sharp and 1.2 is too expensive, loud and large :/
I don't know where you have that information from, but the 85 F/2 is very sharp wide open (in fact, about as sharp as the 85 EF 1.4 at f/2; I did a test since I have both of these lenses).

There's always room for an RF 1.4 version of course but I can imagine that for now they spend their resources and address other focal lengths.
 
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Still holding out hope for a 24-70F4 L IS!

-Brian
Me too. I prefer landscape and outdoors photography. An f2.8 is too expensive, and I don’t need the weight. Had I been in the mirrorless market right now, I would be getting a Z6 II as that with the Nikkor S f4 is just $100 more than just the R6 body. Of course many other considerations.
 
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Me too. I prefer landscape and outdoors photography. An f2.8 is too expensive, and I don’t need the weight. Had I been in the mirrorless market right now, I would be getting a Z6 II as that with the Nikkor S f4 is just $100 more than just the R6 body. Of course many other considerations.
The EF 24-70f4L IS is still pretty compact and affordable even with the adapter. So there is always that to fall back on if they wait a while to put out an RF version. Although the 24-104 F4 L RF lens is pretty small and well reviewed. So we have options, which is good.

-Brian
 
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It can take 1.4x or 2.0x teleconverter. ;)
The biggest issue I have had with extreme telephotos has been atmospheric interference. It isn’t that difficult to get crazy magnification, you can stack EF TC’s if not RF TC’s, but getting clear enough air between you and the subject can be impossibly difficult.
 
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