Published Sep 2, 2020
The S5 is at the center of the Panasonic’s announcements today, but the company has also revealed plans to release a handful of F1.8 prime lenses. Details are thin at the moment, but we know that S-series 24mm, 35mm, 50mm and 85mm F1.8 lenses are on the way, and that the 85mm will be available in November.
|Panasonic showed renderings of its forthcoming lenses in a presentation surrounding the S5 launch.|
A YouTube presentation by Panasonic shows all four primes as being the same size, each of them smaller (and presumably less expensive) than the existing F1.4 L-mount options at these focal lengths, which will bring some added variety to the growing lens system.
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The Canon EOS R6 doesn’t quite live up to the full promise of its do-everything specs, but it’s a great photographers’ camera.
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