It's a good thing it has good high-ISO handling, because it seems Canon is really pushing slow glass in the RF mount. They've got 600 f/11, an 800 f/11, a 100-500L f/4.5-7.1, and now their 100-400 f/4.5-8, the first non-L to work the extenders, so you can have 560 f/11 or 800 f/16!

I mean, I guess they want to have a certain level of buy-in to RF before investing in making high-end glass, but it seems really odd to sell a $6K body with no decent native lenses. I'm barely shooting these days, so I'm not the target market, but surely I'm not the only one confused by the limited RF lens choices. Am I?