June 26, 2022

Canon wants to release 32 new RF mount lenses over the next four years

This is theorized out based on the truth that Canon wants to “broaden lens lineup at same speed” as previous years. 8 lenses per year for 4 years, is 32 lenses.

Despite the lower end entry-level electronic cameras taking a little a dip in sales, Canon hasnt offered up on the general customer market and mentions the Canon PowerShot Pick along with the approaching mass-production of its SPAD sensors by the end of this year, “which can take color images with outstanding color reproducibility even in the dark” to be used in “numerous applications”– I would not anticipate them to come to mirrorless electronic cameras whenever quickly, though. Canon states theyll likewise be working on its in-vehicle camera systems.

Surprisingly, while the electronic camera market is continuing to diminish, Canon states this appears to be primarily at the lower end with entry-level bodies. On the other hand, they say, the need for higher-end cams focused on specialists and advanced amateurs who desire greater quality outcomes and more control over their images stays pretty strong.

Canon recently published its yearly financial outcomes and presentation for 2022. In it, Canon Chairman & & CEO, Fujio Mitarai speaks about the impact of the pandemic on sales and how theyve been dealing with them. In spite of the pandemic still putting pressure on sales, as an outcome of closing down production centers, parts shortages and logistical constraints, they handled to “significantly surpass” Canons pre-pandemic profit level in 2019.

It will be interesting to see how well Canons strategy plays out over the next 4 years to see if they manage to keep up with their objectives. Provided the profit growth that Canons claimed over the in 2015 while still in the middle of a worldwide pandemic, though, it does offer some hope and self-confidence that they might just be able to do it.

Canon likewise stays committed to getting that number one sales spot, and as well as broadening their market share, they prepare to continue expanding their lineup “in reaction to user feedback”. Whether theyre simply talking about the lens lineup, that the slide at the top of this page recommends, or theyre talking about electronic camera bodies, too, isnt mentioned, but one would hope that theyre consisting of video cameras in that statement. Were still waiting for that Canon EOS R1 mirrorless flagship, not to mention a real mirrorless alternative to the Canon EOS 7D Mark II (which was launched 8 years earlier and has long given that been discontinued).

What is rather clear is that 8 new lenses were launched in 2021 and Canon prepares to keep growing their lens offerings at the exact same rate until at least 2025. And there are still a couple of holes in the lineup– and will be even more if Canon makes excellent on the rumours and brings APS-C to RF install.

[via Canon Rumors]

Canon also remains dedicated to getting that number one sales area, and as well as expanding their market share, they prepare to continue broadening their lineup “in response to user feedback”. What is rather clear is that 8 new lenses were released in 2021 and Canon plans to keep growing their lens offerings at the exact same rate till at least 2025.

Canon just recently released its annual financial outcomes and discussion for 2022. In spite of the pandemic still putting pressure on sales, as an outcome of shutting down production centers, parts scarcities and logistical restraints, they handled to “significantly surpass” Canons pre-pandemic revenue level in 2019.