http://www.thephoblographer.com/201...k-branded-glass-micro-four-thirds/#more-53492 We're talking about a 25mm f0.95, a 50mm f1.1, and an 8mm f3 fisheye. I'm really upset the 8mm isn't rectilinear, but the most important parts are that these seem to have decent quality, are smaller than other similar lenses for the system, and are set to cost only $400 each! That 50mm f1.1 is really intriguing me. 100mm ish is my favorite portrait focal length, so this lens is poised to be a better value than the 42.5mm voigtlander I love. More importantly, look at it, it's absolutely tiny compared to the Nokton! Looks about the size of the 25mm f1.4. Edit: I will likely be going to the Expo where these lenses were shown tomorrow. I was supposed to go today, but life got in the way. If I get the chance, I will definitely stop by this booth and report back with my impressions! Even better, I have the Nokton 42.5mm with me for a rental this weekend, so I can do a quick head to head. After the Noctilux is released, I think we can confidently say that M4/3 isn't going to be left significantly wanting for it's bokeh abilities in portraiture anymore.