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UK based Skyllaney Opto-Mechanics is in the process of bringing a new M mount 50mm f/2 Sonnar to market.  This looks to be an interesting lens:

https://www.35mmc.com/27/04/2020/bringing-a-new-m-mount-sonnar-lens-to-market-an-interview-with-chris-andreyo-skyllaney-opto-mechanics/

Here's more information about this lens:

https://skyllaney.com/2020/04/06/the-50mm-f-2-bertele/?contact-form-id=422&contact-form-sent=881&contact-form-hash=60b8582ecbd1598c46efad7fe640fb49c6a6b60e&_wpnonce=21bbb431e2#contact-form-422

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