The Nokton 40mm f/1.2 Aspherical from Voigtlander is a short normal prime designed for M-mount rangefinder cameras. Its comfortable focal length pairs with an impressively fast f/1.2 maximum aperture to enable notable control over depth of field for producing a shallow depth of field imagery, and this aperture also benefits working in difficult lighting. Complementing the fast design is an optical layout that uses two aspherical elements to suppress spherical aberrations and distortion for notable sharpness, clarity, and accurate rendering. The lens’s manual focus design permits working with subjects as close as 1.6′ away, and it is also rangefinder coupled to 2.3′ for working with optical focusing systems. Bright, fast f/1.2 maximum aperture affords extensive control over depth of field for selective focus techniques and also benefits working in low-light conditions. Two aspherical elements are featured in the optical design to control spherical aberrations and improve clarity, sharpness, and resolution. Rounded ten-blade diaphragm contributes to a smooth quality of bokeh.
The MACRO APO-LANTHAR 65mm f/2 Aspherical Lens from Voigtlander will be able to deliver crisp, aberration-free imagery, even with the high resolutions of modern digital sensors. This lens is designed to work with full-frame Sony E-mount cameras where it offers users the ability to get close to their subjects thanks to the 1:2 magnification ratio afforded by the 12.2″ minimum focus distance. It also boasts outstanding sharpness, helped in part by an aspherical element, meaning users will be able to resolve the finest details in their subjects. On top of this, the lens features a relatively fast f/2 aperture, which will enable the creation of images with a shallow depth of field as well as in low-light conditions. This includes a manual focus ring and a manual aperture ring with 1/3 click stops. A 10-blade diaphragm is also present for smooth bokeh while electronic contacts will automatically transmit data to the camera for use of advanced functions, including in-body image stabilization. Additionally, it comes with a lens hood to block stray light from entering the lens. The lens’ apochromatic design practically eliminates longitudinal chromatic aberrations, making this lens a high-performing option for demanding digital image sensors. Manual focus design permits smooth, refined control along with a minimum focusing distance of 12.2″, which grants macro capabilities with a magnification ratio of 1:2. Included lens hood guards the front lens element and also helps to control lens flare and ghosting.
The Ultron 28mm f/2 from Voigtlander pairs a wide field of view with a bright f/2 maximum aperture. Additionally, a manual focus design is also used, which permits working with subjects as close as 2.3′ away, and a dedicated lens hood is included to shield the front element and reduce lens flare. Bright f/2 maximum aperture benefits working in low-light conditions and also helps in controlling depth of field. Manual focus design enables a minimum focusing distance of 2.3′.A 10-blade diaphragm contributes to a smooth and pleasing bokeh quality.
One of the widest 35mm full frame lens in the world. In fact, it is the widest M mount lens to date. The Voigtlander Ultra-Wide Heliar 12mm/f5.6 with 121 degrees picture angle, yield minimal distortion. With it’s rectilinear lens design, it delivers the h
the Super Wide-Heliar 15mm f/4.5 Aspherical III Lens from Voigtlander features an updated design that is enhanced for use on mirrorless digital cameras as well as classic M-mount rangefinder film cameras. The 11-elements-in-9-groups optical design incorporates one rear aspherical element to control chromatic aberrations and minimize distortion, and also helps to produce consistent peripheral illumination void of color fringing. The manual focus design affords a minimum focusing distance of 1.6′, which pairs with the wide depth of field for sharp imaging from near to far. Rounding out this versatile, super-wide optic is an integrated lens hood to reduce lens flare and ghosting, rounded 10-blade diaphragm, and the ability to accept 58mm screw-in filters.
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The silvers Nokton 50mm f/1.5 Aspherical from Voigtlander is a fast normal-length prime for M-mount rangefinder cameras. While utilizing the same basic lens design as the classic version, this updated lens incorporates one aspherical element into its design to help control spherical aberrations and distortion for improved sharpness and clarity. Fast f/1.5 maximum aperture benefits working in low-light conditions and also enables greater control over focus position for selective focus application Ten-blade diaphragm contributes to a pleasing out-of-focus quality when working with shallow depth of field techniques.
The black Nokton 50mm f/1.5 Aspherical from Voigtlander is a fast normal-length prime for M-mount rangefinder cameras. While utilizing the same basic lens design as the classic version, this updated lens incorporates one aspherical element into its design to help control spherical aberrations and distortion for improved sharpness and clarity. Fast f/1.5 maximum aperture benefits working in low-light conditions and also enables greater control over focus position for selective focus applications. Ten-blade diaphragm contributes to a pleasing out-of-focus quality when working with shallow depth of field techniques.
The Nokton 50mm f/1.1 from Voigtlander is a versatile normal-length prime for M-mount rangefinder cameras. The bright f/1.1 maximum aperture is well-suited to working in difficult lighting conditions and also affords extensive control over depth of field for working with selective focus techniques. Additionally, a 10-blade diaphragm is featured, which helps to produce a smooth bokeh quality, and the manual focus design enables working with subjects as close as 3.3′ away. Exceptionally fast f/1.1 maximum aperture helps control depth of field for shallow depth of field shooting, and also benefits working in difficult lighting conditions. Manual focus design enables a minimum focusing distance of 3.3′.
The Voigtlander Nokton 42.5mm f/0.95 Micro Four Thirds Lens is a bright, fast portrait-length lens that provides a 35mm-equivalent focal length of 85mm when used on Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras. This manual focus, manual exposure prime lens utilizes a Selective Aperture Control System, which renders the aperture control ring as stepless and de-clicked for silent and smooth performance. Ten aperture blades form a nearly circular diaphragm in order to produce an aesthetic bokeh that is noticeable when using shallow depth of field and selective focus techniques and a minimum focusing distance of 9.1″ supports working with the close-up subject matter.
The Nokton 35mm f/1.2 Aspherical II from Voigtlander is a versatile wide-angle prime for M-mount rangefinder cameras. The bright f/1.2 aperture benefits working with selective focus techniques, and also aids when shooting in low-light environments.A 12-blade diaphragm contributes to a pleasing bokeh quality, and the lens’s manual focus operation permits working with subjects as close as 1.6′ away. Two aspherical elements and high refractive index glass is used to reduce field curvature, distortion, and spherical aberrations for improved clarity and sharpness.A 12-blade diaphragm contributes to a smooth and pleasing bokeh quality
The Voigtländer Nokton 25mm f/0.95 for Micro Four Thirds is one of the most interesting pieces of my kit. With a huge f/0.95 aperture, it allows over an extra full stop of light to the camera, compared to the f/1.4; the limit of most “large aperture primes” on the market. If f/1.2 is high-end and f/1 is exotic when it happens, the f/0.95 is obscene. Set your ISO to a modest “800”. And crank open an f/0.95 lens. The shutter speed jumps to 1/200 solely with the street lights, and 1/500 around commercial areas, with lots of neons and shop windows. You can freeze the action on places you can barely see where you’re going, without boosting the ISO and the noise that comes with it. it’s the first of four “Nokton” lenses that solved an old Micro Four Thirds problem: the lack of equivalent options for the DSLR “look”. All 10.5mm, 17.5mm, 25mm and 45mm “f/0.95” can render on the mirrorless format the same shallow DoF look from APS-C or full-frame DSLR. I knew the f/0.95 would do it and after a long search in Hong Kong, I found it on a dubious store, one of those places that sell smoothie blenders on the same counter as digital cameras.
The Nokton 10.5mm f/0.95 Lens from Voigtlander offers Micro Four Thirds users a wide-angle lens well-suited for low-light still photography and video. The lens utilizes a pair of aspherical elements to reduce aberrations and distortions, as well as maintain a compact form factor. Selective Aperture Control System produces a stepless, de-clicked aperture ring, which provides silent and smooth exposure adjustment that is well-suited for video application. The aperture ring can also be configured to utilize traditional click stops for more intuitive tactile control over exposure settings.
The Voigtlander Color-Skopar 20mm f/3.5 SL II N Aspherical Lens is an ultra-compact, sturdy manual focus lens featuring traditional high-quality Japanese construction and classic styling. The Color-Skopar is a perfect choice as a wide-angle lens for those wanting high performance in a prime all-manual lens. This lens is part of the SL II series, which features a CPU (Central Processing Unit) built into the lens to support all of your camera’s metering functions as well as control the aperture setting via the camera’s command dial.