Canon is reportedly going to discontinue the Pro Series 100-Series lenses and focus solely on the new Canon Pro 300-Series, which is reportedly the same as the original Pro 100 series lenses.
Canon is said to have stopped producing the Pro-Series 100-Pro Series lenses in 2016 and has not announced when it plans to resume production.
Canon said it would discontinue production of the Pro100 series lenses because of declining demand and a need to focus on its consumer-focused product line.
The Pro100-series were made from the ground up to provide a better resolution and a faster aperture, and were discontinued in 2016 after Canon announced it was going to focus its efforts on its own consumer-facing cameras.
The Canon Pro 100 lenses were also discontinued after Canon said that it would focus its resources on the Pro 300 Series.
Canon did not confirm or deny the rumor that the Pro300 lenses will be discontinued, but the company is rumored to be making a new version of the Canon Pro Series 300-Pro series lenses with new glass elements.
Canon has previously said that the Canon 100 series will be available for purchase starting in 2019.
The new Pro 300 lenses will feature a new glass element design and focus-stabilization features that will help it to be faster and more accurate.
The company has also said that they will continue to provide lenses with more aperture control options.
Canon’s current flagship camera, the Canon Rebel T6i, was launched in 2017.
The T6 series is the highest-end DSLR camera in Canon’s line-up, and the T6I series is aimed at professionals.
The top Canon lenses currently available for the Rebel T5i, Rebel T3i, and Rebel T2i are the Canon F1 and Canon F2 series lenses, respectively.