Thypoch Lenses Are Coming To X-Mount With A Unique Depth-of-Field Indicator

Photorumors is reporting that Chinese lens maker Thypoch will start bringing its M-mount lenses to Fujifilm X-Mount, Sony E-Mount, Nikon-Z Mount, and Canon RF Mount. Thypoch seems to be pretty well-respected from the reviews I have found online and they seem to be priced fairly.

Thypoch currently manufactures a Thypoch Simera 28mm f/1.4 and Thypoch Simera 35mm f/1.4 for M-mount that can be adapted to other mounts. In the future, it is rumored they will release a Thypoch Eureka 50mm f/2 that I hope is similar to a classic Leica 50mm f/2 Summicron, but they might be venturing away from the “Leica look.” Thypoch lenses also have a unique depth-of-field indicator for photographers who like to zone focus for street shooting that will be awesome on a compact camera body it is similar to a Kern MacroSwitar lens.

Below are some photos from a Thypoch lens on a Sony a7RIV

Thypoch Lenses can be found at B&H Photo and Amazon.

via Photorumors

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