Sigma: Mr. Kazuto Yamaki Interview Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 Coming

Sigma released an ask the CEO video interview with Mr. Kazuto Yamaki. Below is what the interview is about:

  • What is your favorite Art lens
    • Yamaki has 3 the Sigma 35mm f/1.4, 18-35mm f/1.8, and Sigma 105mm f/1.4
  • Would Sigma release any anamorphic lenses
    • Aware of the demand, but comment at this time
  • Is the FP a one-off since it has a Bayer sensor
    • They picked bayer because they think it is the best for the concept of that camera
  • Will Sigam make a 70-200mm for Sony cameras?
    • Sigma will focus more on mirrorless lenses so that kind of lens will come
  • Will you release lenses for Fujifilm?
    • Aware of the demand and would like to support as many systems as possible, but their resources are limited so they need to prioritize based on demand
  • Will, there be lenses for Canon/Nikon/m43
    • Sigma is looking at Canon and Nikon full-frame right now and they are still studying them
    • They would like to support m43 moving forward, but there are already many lenses so it is hard to find a space for new products.
  • Are here future plans to work with software companies for Sigma RAW files
    • They worked with Adobe for fp
    • They are happy to work with those companies, but they also have many projects they are working on
  • What makes the fp so unique in a busy market place
    • This is a true hybrid video/photo camera that is small and can shoot RAW video
    • Very slow ISO
    • Directors VF
  • Most proud of at Sigma
    • Making customers happy with their product
    • Happy to see engineers excited to develop unique high-quality products that is made from passion which helps his employees to live a happy life
    • He likes making customers and employees happy

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