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Sigma to Announce new L-Mount Fullframe Camera and Lenses

According to latest rumors, Sigma will not only develop lenses for the new L-Mount, they will also announce their faveon sensor based cameras

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Sigma will introduce the Leica L-mount camera! 】 A few days ago we reported that Sigma and Panasonic joined the Leica L-box. Today, there are foreign media reports that Sigma will launch its own brand of L-mount camera, and Sigma will also introduce L-port lens and EF-L bayonet. Adapter ring.

So, finally After Panasonic L Mount Mirrorless cameras we may also see announcement from Sigma.

also see – Upcoming 5 Sigma Lenses Images Leaked

2 comments to Sigma to Announce new L-Mount Fullframe Camera and Lenses

  • Wayne

    Ok. Sigma introduced a patent for a video sensor. If this camera can do that well, it would be great. If the Pansonic used it’s sensor, the better.

  • Wayne

    Companies have to gangup to survive Sony. Sony has taken much of the market and acquired technology. From a previous announcement, Sony is preferencing its own brand use of latest sensor technology for a year before. So to make a competive camera, companies have to come up with something. There is a enough non Sony technology out there, which if combined give hope.

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