Carl Zeiss will announce later today their new native EOS mount line of lenses. At the moment it is known that the Planar 50/1.4 and Planar 85/1.4 will be released in the native EF mount. The new lenses will feature auto-aperture, and focus confirmation and as such do not have an aperture ring. They will still be manual focus. Another very exciting item for landscape shooters is the anticipated announcement of a 21mm f/2.8 Distagon. The design is almost identical to the Contax-Zeiss Distagon 21/2.8 widely accepted as the highest performing wide angle lens ever made for the 35mm format. The lens features one more element than the Contax version, whether this is simply to compensate for not being able to use heavy metals in the glass formula or to correct the "moustache" distortion that plagues the contax lens remains to be seen. http://www.digitalkamera.de/Meldung/Neue_Objektive_von_Zeiss_jetzt_auch_mit_EF_Bajonett/5111.aspx 21mm distagon, shown in ZF mount.