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  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    bakubo wrote:bakubo wrote:classiccameras wrote:I'm still wondering why there are no more 3rd party m/4/3 lenses, Sigma, Tamron and the others must think there is still a market for their lenses in cropped and FF but as you say they are really no longer a budget option.m4/3 3rd party lens makers:SigmaTamronVoigtländerSamyangRokinonKowaKodakTokinaVenus OpticsKamlanZonlaiOptekaMeyer Optik GoerlitzSLR MagicYILensbabyZhongyiYasuharaJackarHolgaZeissHandevisionA useful […]
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  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    Thanks for the info, many names I have never heard of and are not in my local camera stores either, On line is a wonderful thing butStatistics: Posted by classiccameras — Mon Aug 19, 2019 7:15 pm
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  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    bakubo wrote:classiccameras wrote:I'm still wondering why there are no more 3rd party m/4/3 lenses, Sigma, Tamron and the others must think there is still a market for their lenses in cropped and FF but as you say they are really no longer a budget option.m4/3 3rd party lens makers:SigmaTamronVoigtländerSamyangRokinonKowaKodakTokinaVenus OpticsKamlanZonlaiOptekaMeyer Optik GoerlitzSLR MagicYILensbabyZhongyiYasuharaJackarHolgaZeissHandevisionA useful website […]
    bakubo
  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    classiccameras wrote:I'm still wondering why there are no more 3rd party m/4/3 lenses, Sigma, Tamron and the others must think there is still a market for their lenses in cropped and FF but as you say they are really no longer a budget option.m4/3 3rd party lens makers:SigmaTamronVoigtländerSamyangRokinonKowaKodakTokinaVenus OpticsKamlanZonlaiOptekaMeyer Optik GoerlitzSLR MagicYILensbabyZhongyiYasuharaJackarHolgaZeissHandevisionA useful website with […]
    bakubo
  • Alpha A-mount System • Re: Future of A mount August 19, 2019
    I think Sony are trying to ween people off A mount but softly softly catchee Monkey, they will cease bringing out new A mount models, so if your a big Sony fan you may transfer over which is what they want, but not for me you can keep E mount.I'm still wondering why there are […]
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