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RUMOR: Sony will announce a new fast wide angle PRIME lens on February 25 !!!

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UPDATED speculative Sony release roadmap

Two reliable sources told us Sony will definitely announce a “Fast Wide Angle Prime Lens” on February 25. Please note that they didn’t share their time zone so I don’t know if it’s Feb 26 in some other countries.

I have no info yet if this is a 21mm f/1.4 lens or some other focal length. Let me know what you hope this will be:

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So now let’s sum up what we can expect to be announced as next:

February :

  • New Sony fixed lens RX or action camera (80% reliable)
  • New Sony wide angle fast prime lens (90% reliable)
  • New Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 FE (I am sure it’s coming….timing still unclear…70% reliable)

April:

  • Two new Cine FE lenses at the NAB show (80% reliable)
  • Maybe some other FE telephoto lens too like the rumored 300mm f/2.8 FE (60% reliable)

May:

  • Maybe the new A7IV but this also depends from the Coronavirus outbreak. Sony already said it’s affecting their sensor production (50% reliable)
  • New telephoto FE lenses (80% reliable). Maybe 300mm f/2.8 if it wasn’t announced in March-April already and another consumer telephoto lens.
  • New Tamron FE lens (70% reliable)

June-July:

  • New RX camera(s) (70% reliable)
  • New 12-24mm f/2.8 GM lens (90% reliable)

August-September:

  • Ahead of the IBC show we shall get the A7sIII or whatever the final name will be (70% reliable)

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