Tamron: There will be no Fuji lens due to low demand

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   A recent Tamron speech video, in which PPT designed the company’s business situation and new product strategy, the following is a quick review:

Tamron: There will be no Fuji lens due to low demand

  Sony owns 12% of Tamron.

  During the COVID-19 quarantine period, the first-selling lens was Tamron 150-600mm, and people used this lens to shoot from the window. This surprised Tamron, many dealers did not have this lens.

   Tamron 35mm f/1.4 is the iconic lens of its 40th anniversary edition. It is designed for image quality. This is their best quality lens ever.

   Due to low “global” demand, there will be no Fuji lens, because the number is not enough to support production and development.

   Tamron’s manufacturing industry now works 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year.

   Tamron will launch a total of five new mirrorless lenses in the United States this year.

   Tamron is still providing its VIP club services.

   There are rumors that Tamron will launch a new mirrorless lens for the Nikon Z mount, and Tamron representatives confirmed that the video was deleted shortly after it was released on Nikon Rumors.

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