Canon's RF lenses have been highly lauded for their impressive optical quality and boundary-pushing designs, and the company is continuing to develop and release new glass. It looks like the second half of 2021 is going to be particularly exciting, with a huge collection of lenses on the way.
Canon Rumors is reporting that Canon will be announcing more lenses simultaneously than they ever have before later this year. Personally, I expect a lot of the lenses to be supertelephoto primes, as the R1 will likely be coming out around the 2021 Olympics, and such lenses go hand in hand with flagship bodies. If you remember the company's roadmap for 2021, we can expect a lot of the aforementioned supertelephoto prime lenses, but there are also some other exciting lenses on the list, such as two tilt-shift lenses with autofocus, a zoom lens that zooms out to 10mm at the wide end, and a 135mm f/1.4L lens, sure to be an absolute bokeh monster for portrait photographers. Details are a bit scarce at the moment, but it looks like the second half of the year is going to be quite exciting for Canon fans, particularly given how good their RF lenses have been so far, having shown strong image quality and performance.