The latest patents applications from Tamron, Sigma, Panasonic, Fuji and Canon

Tamron 115mm f:1.4 VC lens patent
The most interesting new patent is for a Tamron 115mm f/1.4 VC full frame DSLR lens - I already covered it on NikonRumors.

Sigma 14mm f:4 lens for mirrorless cameras
Sigma 14mm f/3.5 or f/4 lens patent for APS-C mirrorless cameras with zero distortion.

Panasonic has a patent for a 24-240mm f/3.6-6.5 MFT lens.

Fuji 10mm f:2 lens patent
Fujifilm filed an unusual patent for a 100mm f/2 lens designed for cameras with 1.2" sensor.

Four more Canon patents after the break:

Canon 18-62mm f:2.8-8 lens patent
Canon filed a patent for a strange 18-62mm f/2.8-8 lens designed for camera with APS-C sensor.

Canon 9-45mm f:2-4 lens patent   Canon 6.7-26mm f:1.8-2.8 lens patent
Canon has a patent for a 9-45mm f/2-4 and 6.7-26mm f/1.8-2.8 lenses designed or a camera with 1" sensor.

Canon EF 28-560mm f:2.8-5.6L USM lens patent
Canon EF 28-560mm f/2.8-5.6L USM lens patent.

Canon teardrop microlens patent 4Canon teardrop microlens patent
Canon teardrop microlens patent 2 Canon teardrop microlens patent 3
Canon proposes a new patent for a "teardrop" microlens.

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