The Emil Busch Glaukar 3.1 portrait lens will also be available for Pentax K-mount


I received a confirmation from the company that the new Emil Busch Glaukar 3.1 portrait lens will also be available for Pentax K-mount. Additional information on the lens can be found at PhotoRumors and Kickstarter.

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  • Who will be buying this

  • TinusVerdino

    I won’t buy it

  • ZMWT

    Pentax users are cheapskates, they won’t buy anything unless it’s dirt chap or a freebie that comes with dirt cheap camera. If they finally part with some money, all world must know about it and they will complain till death. That is why all smart third party manufacturers are abandoning the mount. That Emil Busch is even considering the K-mount edition of the Glaukar, only shows how quixotic their entire Glaukar project is.

  • ZMWT

    A sparkling brand new FF prime for the K-mount?! And that by a startup company?! Well, of course; since they own Pentax, Ricoh never designed nor released a single *new* FF prime lens for the K-mount.

    • TinusVerdino

      You missed CP+ or you are trolling. I suspect the last.

      • Zos Xavius

        Two primes since the k1 is hardly confidence inspiring. They aren’t even available yet. The 85 is likely a year away. Ricoh needs to step up.

        • TinusVerdino

          It doesn’t mean they haven’t designed them. They won’t step up. That’s not who they are. Either live with it or move to a different brand.

          • Zos Xavius

            Haha. I probably would if I could afford to. Fuji is more expensive and the d810 isn’t cheap. That said I still love the ergonomics, IBIS, and weather sealing. Pentax cameras are great to use but we need more glass. Bad.

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