Sony Alpha Rumors found a forum discussion at Xitek where a member shared a photo taken of a recent Sony presentation: Interestingly, this presentation given just yesterday shows a Zeiss 24mm f/2 lens. Sony Japan previously announced that a Zeiss 24mm was in development; however, while the f-stop was not given by Sony, it was rumored by Sony Alpha Rumors to be an f/1.7 lens. Images released by Sony showed that this upcoming Zeiss lens was not a pancake: It's hard for me to follow the Xitek discussion via Google-translated Chinese, but it seems that they are saying that the lens may have been redesigned for a more compact form. That said, the images on the roadmap do not appear to be drawn to scale, because on the roadmap the new 30mm macro appears half the size of the 18-55 zoom, whereas in reality those two lenses are similar in size. Interestingly, the previously announced Sony 50mm lens (previously said by Sony Alpha Rumors to be f/1.8) is nowhere to be seen on the roadmap, seemingly replaced by a new 40mm f/2 optically stabilized lens. Did Sony redesign both lenses to make them slower and more compact? If so, I'd say that was a good move on their part. Either way, the NEX normal prime, portrait lens, and telephoto zoom are all expected to be formally announced this year.