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Canon Launches New Telephoto, Nifty-Fifty For Its Full-Frame DSLRs

Written by: Glenn R. Onassis
Canon Launches New Telephoto

Canon has just announced two new RF Lenses for its full-frame DSLR cameras, the RF50mm F1.8 STM and the RF 70-200mm F4 L IS. Both are scheduled to go on sale around early or m—ñd-December 2020 at $1,599.00 and $199.99, re—ïpectively, not accounting for applicable sales tax in certain U.S. states, of course.

The Canon RF70-200mm F4 L IS USM lens is touted as the most versatile telephoto lens the Japanese company ever designed, while the other lens is a reimagining of a true photography classic.

Meanwhile, the company also confirmed its new PIXMA PRO-200 printer is slated to reach retail availability in the United States by the end of this month, priced at $599. The said imaging device will support every modern workflow imaginable, including those powered by Adobe’s Creative Cloud suite of creativity apps. A modernized 3-inch LCD is part of the package as well, as is a new skew correction feature meant to automatically fix some frequently encountered distortions.

The PIXMA PRO-200 Printer will support most popular printing papers imaginable, InkEvolved said. Retail availability of all three devices might be limited until early next year, even though all three should technically release by next month. This is due to the unique logistical challenges this year, on the whole, poses to Canon and every other tech manufacturer on the planet.