About a month ago, almost every Canon website announced the release of the brand new EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM wide angle for the company’s mirrorless EOS M. We say almost because, at the time, no pricing or release date details had come down the pipe from Canon USA.
As it turns out, that’s because the new lens for Canon mirrorless aficionados won’t be arriving stateside at all. Read more…
Canon has today announced to the masses the an 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM lens, expanding the company’s EF-M lens line with an ultra-wide barrel of glass fit for the EOS-M mirrorless compact system camera.
Feast your eyes on Canon’s upcoming mirrorless camera. This image was first published by Japanese camera site Digicame-info, and was reportedly leaked by a camera shop. From the image, we see that the camera’s name is EOS M, and that it comes with an EF-M (a new mount type!) 22mm f/2 STM pancake lens. If the rumors about the camera having an APS-C sensor are true, then the lens is effectively a 35mm lens on the camera — perfect as a kit lens!
Expect to hear an official announcement sometime early next Monday, July 23.
(via Digicame-info via Canon Watch)