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Voigtländer Nokton 50mm f1.1

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Just to inform. Cosina has announced a new Nokton 50mm F 1.1:

ƒmƒNƒgƒ“50mm F1.1

 

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http://www.cosina.co.jp/seihin/voigt/v-lens/v-l-m/index.html

 

Focal length / 50mm

Aperture ratio / 1:1

Minimum Aperture / F16

This lens / 6 of 7 photos

Angle / 45.9 °

Number of diaphragm blades / 10 sheets

Minimum focusing distance / 1m

Integration range in range / ∞ ~ 1m

Maximum total length × diameter / φ69.6 × 57.2mm

Filter size / φ58

Weight / 428g

Mount / VM Mount

Lens hood / hood included standard

Zeiss Ikon, Leica Stock for optional hood

 

Retail Price (without tax)

Lens body ¥ 125,000

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It looks nice, but I will never use a non Leica Lens on a Leica.

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Looks pretty interesting, the flickr pictures are nice and the price of ~ 1000,-€ / 1300,-$ doesnt sound bad, so lets see.

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Does Cosina also publish MTF curves ?

 

Jacobh

No - the only manufacturers I know publishing their MTF curves are Leica/Leitz and Carl Zeiss.

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No - the only manufacturers I know publishing their MTF curves are Leica/Leitz and Carl Zeiss.

 

Nikon publishes curves for many of their lenses (maybe the more recent ones), but only for the widest aperture. Start at Nikon | Imaging Products | NIKKOR Lenses, select a lens and look for the chart at the bottom of the lens's page.

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