The title says it all. This is from a recent talk of Sigma CEO Kazuto Yamaki. He confirmes in a recent interview that company’s short‑term strategy involves the possibility of introducing mirrorless lenses for Nikon Z and Canon RF mounts.
In addition to the possibility of new lenses, he also notes Sigma estimates the overall decline of the photography industry will stabilize sometime this year and explains why Sigma will continue to make cameras, even if it comes at ‘considerable’ costs to the company.
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