Boasting the widest angle non-fisheye full-frame zoom to date, Canon's professional 11-24mm lens is designed for better rectilinear performance rather than the fisheye look a lot of ultra-wide-angle lenses tend to provide. It's got all of the company's latest coatings and like other L lenses, is dust- and weather-sealed.
Available March 2015; $3,000, £2,800, AU$4,000 (est.).
The company finally updated its rather dowdy 14-150mm lens with the new build quality, manual-focus cuff and better dust- and splash-resistance. It's still a little slow, but should make a decent kit lens.
Wildlife Pentaxians will be looking forward to this long telephoto zoom, with all Pentax's latest coatings, weather-sealing and updated Quick-Shift autofocus override system. Plus its "image circle is optimized to cover even the image
size of 35mm film-format SLR cameras," like the full-frame Pentax under development.
Available March 2015; $2,500, £1,800, Australian pricing to come.