Here is the blunt truth.
I personally know a few people that have been waiting for the X-H2. I was even considering skipping the X-T3 to wait for the X-H2.
But I have a few ideas about what could be happening.
Then I saw a few images of this new version II lens.
Kamlan totally changed it up with a completely new design improving the one thing that would make a huge difference.
Sony has dramatically improved the speed of UHS-II memory cards in their mirrorless cameras.
A few cards in the Sony A7rIV are now clearing the buffer at a rate of about 200MB/s which is very similar to the XQD speeds in the Nikon Z7.
Some think the 50mm is the best usually it’s the 35mm, but some like it even wider. But I say, what about a 135mm?
With a bright f1.8 aperture the lens is a fantastic choice for low light shooters or portrait shooters that love that sweat, sweat bokeh.
With the small size, affordable price and excellent build quality, the lens is a great choice for photographers looking for a daily carry that can be used in almost any situation.
This could be the secret gem we’ve been waiting for.
The lens is weather-sealed, has a silent stepping motor focusing system with very little focus breathing. It’s very well corrected, incredibly sharp with a very manageable size and weight.