While organizing one of its warehouses, Epson came across 30 brand-new, unopened Epson R-D1s rangefinder cameras. Epson will be offering the newfound cameras to fans via a lottery.
As a refresher, the R-D1s rangefinder was originally announced back in 2006. The camera built upon 2004’s R-D1, retaining the same 6.1MP APS-C image sensor and support for Leica M and L mount lenses.
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