Posted: 4. March 2019 at 19:23 CET
Shortly after the announcement of eleven converted ART lenses for the L-Mount, Sigma boss Kazuto Yamaki confirmed the ongoing development of native lenses for the mount.
In an interview with Cinema 5D at CP+, Mr Yamaki said that the new lenses underline Sigma’s commitment to the mount that is jointly supported by Panasonic and Leica. While Mr Yamaki won’t give any details on the new products he is confident that “some” will be available in 2019.
Unfortunately, the interviewer misses out on a rather obvious question: Will the new lenses also be available for the other full frame mirrorless mounts – Sony’s E-Mount, Nikon Z, and Canon RF?
Source: Cinema 5D
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