Looks like Tamron is cooking a new 70-300mm lens for Sony E-mount. Only days ahead of the official announcement, a photo and some specs have leaked for the new E-mount version of the Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD.
Laowa is absolutely killing it with new lenses! They already have a 4mmF/2.8 fisheye lens, a rumored F/0.95 ARGUS lens, and a 12mm t2.9 full-frame cine. Now it looks like they are about to add a 9.5mm f/5.6 rectilinear lens (Zero Distortion?).
Just so we are clear, we are actually talking about a rectilinear wide-angle lens, and not a fisheye lens. The Irix 11mm, for comparison, has a staggering 126° field of view, and Laowa 9.5mm will be mindblowing in that regard.
Looking at the specs for Canon’s not quite yet officially announced Canon EOS 1300D (otherwise known as the Rebel T6), you might be thinking that you’re just looking at a recycled EOS 1200D, and you’d pretty much be right.
Other than adding WiFi and NFC, there doesn’t seem to be any significant difference between the two cameras at all.
The new camera inherited many features from the more advanced α77 II, such as 4D FOCUS, and is aimed at newcomers to advanced amateurs.
The camera will be available from March 2016, but will this be Sony’s last A-mount camera?