In the photographic arms race, mirrorless systems are on the rise, having pushed DSLRs into the history books. But, just as film isn’t dead, neither are rangefinders. This seemingly obsolete design remains sharp, fast, and challenging enough to suit even the most confident photographers.
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Tamron appears to be working on a series of fast f/1.4 prime lenses according to patents filed in Japan. These lenses would be the fastest the company has produced for mirrorless cameras and would expand the company’s rather small line of prime lenses.