OttoVonChriek: Nikon F mirrorless and 35mm Pentax K.
Two things that never quite make it to the market.
You do realise that this thread is about a "35mm" (Full Frame) Pentax ?
NoMirror99: I would like Pentax to give us an innovative design.
1. A fixed-mirror SLR with fixed leaf shutter, and EVF.2. Leaf shutter just inside the body. Closes down when lens is removed. A dust cap, if you will.3. Fixed mirror, no flap, or speed issues.4. Sensor and OLED-EVF mounted back-to-back where the views screens are now. 5. Old lenses lenses still work, SLR focal distance unchanged. No more flash sync issues.6. All the advantages of an EVF.
Leaf shutter ?Are you kidding ?
I have no idea of what either of those suggestions mean.
ShoppingBoy: EISA? Never heard of them.
Yes true, you haven't.They only been at it since 1982 .
PowerG9atBlackForest: Does it matter what it says on the tin as long as you are happy with what is in?
Sony is the second largest Tamron shareholder (about 12%)Tamron has made lenses for Sony for a long time , mostly for their compact and video cameras.
RobertSigmund: What about the Let it be album? Why shouldn't it count? Maybe you don't like it, but that's another question.
photographerIain Macmillan ,standing on a ladder. Six shots takenHasselblad camera with a 50mm wide-angle lens, aperture f22, at 1/500 seconds.