Bellamy Hunt, more commonly known as Japancamerahunter, recently published an article about the top 10 M-mount lenses. Have a look at his list and the gorgeous glass involved.
Top 10 lists are always the subject of controversy and spirited discussion as people pore over notable inclusions and exclusions. This holds true for The JCH top 10 M-Mount lenses, because with a camera mount with such a pedigree, you’re really going to have a hard time getting the absolute 10 best. Bellamy did his best though, and included gorgeous and downright drool-worthy glass such as the storied Leica Noctilux 50mm F/1.2 Aspherical.
Check out the list and see if you agree with his choices! Do you feel he left something out? Let us know in the comments!
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