B&H Photo has the new Handevision IBELUX 40mm f/0.85 lens for Canon EOS M mount in stock and ready to ship for $2,079.99. Not really a budget lens (and it is a manual lens), but, hey, it’s a f/0.85 lens!
- Canon EF-M Mount
- Aperture Range: f/0.85 to f/22
- 64mm (35mm Equivalent)
- For APS-C Image Sensors
- Concave Front Lens Element
- 250° Manual Focus Throw
- Ten-Blade Circular Diaphragm
- Metal Lens Barrel & Integrated Lens Hood
- Minimum Focus Distance: 2.5′
- Filter Thread: 67mm
Product description after the break.
CanonUSA on Youtube:
Canon is continuing to make efforts to help protect our customers from potentially dangerous counterfeits. How can you tell if your Canon battery is genuine? Select Canon products communicate with their battery to identify if the battery is genuine Canon
More information about counterfeits can be found here.
The glorious Canon EOS 7D
A new EOS 7D replacement rumor surfaced on the web (via CR). The rumor suggests that the Canon EOS 7D replacement will have the build quality of the EOS-1 series (this was rumored in the past 1 | 2) and that it will not have WiFi built in (that’s new).
The lack of WiFi functionality may have a good reason. If the EOS 7D replacement body is a full metal body (it has to be if it is build like the EOS-1 series), WiFi transmission could be unreliable. However, it is hard to figure out that Canon would not be able to implement the antenna in a way that makes WiFi possible despite the full metal body. If true, the lack of WiFi is going to disappoint a lot of people.
The rumor also suggests that the EOS 7D replacement will have a very high frame rate. A pertinent patent was filed by Canon. And we might see a new generation of Canon’s Dual Pixel AF on the EOS 7D replacement.