Panasonic, Leica, and Sigma will share lenses for future cameras



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It’s been a wild few weeks in the photography world.  Fresh after Nikon and Canon announced their first serious mirrorless camera systems, now Panasonic, Leica, and Sigma, are teaming up on a mirrorless lens system of their own. Unlike Canon and Nikon, we’re not talking about an entirely new lens mount. Panasonic and Sigma will adopt Leica’s L-mount system, which first showed up in 2014 with the Leica T and has since been used in the company’s other APS-C and full-frame cameras. Leica cameras, unfortunately, tend to be prohibitively expensive, which is why Panasonic and Sigma signing up is a…

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