Gotta say, I am decidedly underwhelmed by the extent of Canon's new gear releases. This is their 70th anniversary year and the 20th anniversary this March of EOS, but it feels like the celebrations are no more than a couple of smouldering firecrackers and a sparkler, rather than more fitting big bang fireworks.
I'm sure the sports shooters are interested but that must be a fairly tiny fraction of their market. The new 16-35 might be of interest but I have just bought one of the current ones, so gonna wait quite a while to see how it reviews before even thinking of trading in.
I think Canon are shooting themselves in the foot with their strict non-disclosure policy before launches. All it does is allow expectations to run too high, which can only lead to disappointment when the real products are released, even when the new kit is pretty decent, like with the new 1D MkIII.
I do a fair bit of photo workshop teaching and I am always heralding Canon as being the leaders in the prosumer market, but Nikon, Sony et al are making it harder to keep saying that with conviction. Canon are going to lose a lot of sales this year now that the 30D hasn't been replaced.
At least my bank manager will stay happy as I won't be raiding the funds for any of this new Canon kit.