Canon has been releasing some stellar lenses to go with their mirrorless bodies of late, and it seems they're not stopping, as the company will be pushing ahead with the sort of super-telephoto lenses that pros need.
Canon Rumors is reporting that Canon will be releasing an RF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM lens for their mirrorless cameras along with an RF 500mm f/4L IS USM lens in 2020. Such a lens is a crucial piece of equipment for sports and wildlife photographers, and Canon surely needs to introduce a complete super-telephoto lineup to compete in the professional realm with their mirrorless lineup. Furthermore, these lenses are typically important not just for photographers who need them for their own uses, but for the brand, as they're typically the glass seen on the sidelines of high-visibility events. This surely means that a professional body is also in the works, and given the timeline and prestige, it's very possible that Canon is planning to make a big splash at the 2020 Olympics. Even if not, it's clear that the mirrorless race is continuing to heat up and will be a lot of fun for photographers in the months to come.