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Canon Rumors About Four Primes Lenses

The Anticipated L-Series Prime Lenses Set to Redefine Photography in 2024

NEWS  Photography  November 18, 2023  Reading time: ~1 minute)

mdo Max (RS editor)


Speculation is rife within the photography sphere regarding Canon's potential introduction of four cutting-edge prime lenses slated for the initial half of 2024. According to insider information, Canon is actively working on expanding its L-series lineup, promising photographers swifter glass and enhanced performance, particularly in challenging low-light conditions, along with the ability to craft exquisite bokeh.

The rumored quartet comprises a 14mm f/1.4, 24mm f/1.4, 28mm f/1.4, and 35mm f/1.4, with the 24mm, 28mm, and 35mm variants boasting Canon's proprietary image stabilization technology. These focal lengths collectively present photographers with a spectrum ranging from expansive wide-angle to standard perspectives, all underpinned by Canon's esteemed L series optical prowess.

For enthusiasts of landscape, architecture, and astrophotography, the lenses hold particular allure, excelling in capturing expansive panoramas and dramatic foreground elements. Simultaneously, the 24mm f/1.4 promises a versatile wide-angle view suitable for diverse applications. The 35mm f/1.4 stands out as a classic and versatile option. Meanwhile, the 28mm provides a compelling alternative, offering a broader field of view compared to the 35mm without the noticeable distortion present at 24mm.

Whispers suggest that Canon might incorporate undisclosed technological advancements in at least one of these new primes. While the specifics remain shrouded in mystery, Canon's track record of pioneering lens innovations in recent years heightens anticipation for what they may unveil.

Canon, as of yet, has not officially confirmed its intentions regarding these lenses. However, given the momentum of Canon's RF mount mirrorless system, bolstering the wide end with traditional wide-angle primes aligns seamlessly with their strategic trajectory. The 14mm, 24mm, and 35mm lenses are strongly anticipated to make their debut soon, providing enthusiasts with a compelling reason to keep an eager eye on Canon's upcoming announcements.

(Images by Canon)

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