Tamron also thinks Nikon will launch full frame mirrorless camera “in the near future”

After Sony, Tamron also thinks that Nikon will launch a new full frame mirrorless camera “in the near future” – this is what they said in a recent interview with dpreview:

“Canon and Nikon will launch full-frame mirrorless cameras, probably in the near future. When this happens, we can easily make Canon and Nikon versions of our native E-mount lenses. The same design could work for multiple mirrorless mounts.”

Tamron is probably referring to their latest 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD lens (pictured above) specially designed for Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras (more info available here).

Canon already has two mirrorless full frame cameras registered online.

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