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Canon has just announced two additions to their expansive EF lens lineup: the EF 24-70mm f/4L IS and the EF 35mm f/2 IS. These lenses fit into the lineup where previous lenses exist, but improve upon these lenses with the addition of image stabilization and more refined optical technology.
When the Fujifilm Finepix X100 made its debut it made more than a few hearts flutter, but it also left more than a few photographers wishing it had more than a fixed, semi-wide angle lens. Enter the Fujifilm X-Pro1.
With all of the technological advancements in the world of autofocus—both in relation to the lenses themselves as well as camera’s AF features—manual focus lenses have also gained popularity recently for a number of reasons.
For shooting on the ultra-wide side, Canon has announced the Canon EF 8–15mm/4L Fisheye USM, a rather unique lens in the sense that the wide end of its zoom range produces a circular 180-degree true fisheye image when used on a full-frame DSLR, and a full-field rectangular 180-degree fisheye image when used on a compact (APS-C format) DSLR.