Though they came to the full frame mirrorless party a little later than Sony, Canon has been putting out some top-shelf glass as of late. It seems they're showing no signs of stopping, as we can expect quite the bevy of high quality mirrorless lenses in 2020.
Canon Rumors is reporting that Canon is planning to release three new L series prime lenses for their mirrorless mount early next year, including a 24mm f/1.4L and 135mm f/1.8L lens, along with a macro lens with some sort of unique capability. These are not the only lenses Canon is planning for next year, however, and we'll likely see quite a few released for the RF mount next year. Wide aperture, medium telephoto lenses have been quite popular the last few years, with Sony's 135mm f/1.8, Sigma's 105mm f/1.4 and 135mm f/1.8, and Nikon's 105mm f/1.4 all generating quite a bit of buzz and generally receiving very positive reviews. Thus, it's not surprising to see Canon planning their own version. The EF 135mm f/2L is one of their most loved lenses, even as old as it is, and if the company can capture its same magic along with some modernization and updates, it should have quite a successful lens on its hands. Either way, 2020 looks to be an exciting year for Canon mirrorless shooters.