Survival of the K-mount in the mirrorless world.

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Alex Sarbu Forum Pro • Posts: 11,655
Re: Survival of the K-mount in the mirrorless world.

Luis Fonseca wrote:

ozdean wrote:

Because of shorter flange distance new mirrorless cameras have to have larger lenses so there is no advantage in this regard.

Not really. The Canon RF 24-105 f/4 is almost 1 centimeter smaller (not much but smaller) and almost 100g lighter than the EF 24-105mm.

And Leica M lenses, that can be easilly adapted, are usually very small. Just look how small is the 7artisans 35mm f/2.

But Leica SL lenses are huge.

I guess there's no hard rule either way?


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