Sony is rumored to announce four new FE-mount lenses at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015 along with a couple of A-mount lenses, whereas no new cameras will be revealed.
At the Photokina 2014 event, Sony updated its FE-mount lens roadmap for 2015, revealing that it is planning to expand it by more than 20 units by the end of the year.
The manufacturer has confirmed that four new models will be revealed in early 2015 along with a couple of converters. Now, the rumor mill is stating that all four Sony FE-mount lenses will become official as part of the CP+ 2015 event.
In addition, the PlayStation maker will take the wraps off of two A-mount lenses, which will replace a pair of existing models.
Four new Sony FE-mount lenses will be revealed at CP+ 2015
Sony’s FE-mount roadmap for 2015 includes four optics and a couple of converters. Sources are reporting that these products will be introduced at CP+ 2015.
The units in question are the 24-240mm f/3.5-6.3 OSS all-round zoom lens, 28mm f/2 wide-angle lens, 90mm f/2.8 G OSS macro lens, and Zeiss Distagon T* 35mm f/1.4 ZA prime lens.
All of them are said to become official at CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015. The company is expected to hold a press conference on February 13, one day after the event’s beginning.
The already-confirmed converters, one a ultra-wide version and another one a fisheye version, will both get official announcements during the show.
Although the A7RII was said to be revealed soon
Two new Sony A-mount lenses will be launched at the same event
On the other hand, A-mount users will get some love at CP+ 2015, too. It is said that two new Sony lenses for A-mount cameras will be introduced during the event.
The company has previously said that the Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm f/2.8 ZA SSM and the Vario-Sonnar T* 16-35mm f/2.8 ZA SSM will both be replaced in early 2015.
The Mark II versions of these optics are allegedly coming at this major digital imaging event, so keep an eye out for price reductions if you plan to grab the existing versions.
Finally, there is a strong chance that Sony will update its FE-mount, E-mount, and A-mount roadmaps in order to show its fans what comes next.