The Sony Alpha 1 is the first in a new line of Sony cameras. This is my impressions of this new camera after 32 000 frames.
The Voigtländer 35mm f/2 APO Lanthar is the next APO Lanthar released for E mount. Here are my first impressions of the lens.
The Sony Alpha 1 is the first in a new line of Sony cameras. This is my first impressions of this new camera.
The Nokton 17.5mm lens is part of a series of Voigtländer lenses for the Micro Four-Thirds system, and all lenses in the series has an amazingly large aperture (f0.95).
This is probably the most quirky currently-in-production lens for the M-mount, looking more like a mini Dalek from Dr. Who than a boring camera lens.
Voigtländer say that this is their “best performance standard lens ever” and that’s a pretty bold claim. It is a high performance manual focus standard lens optimised for the imaging sensors of Sony mirrorless cameras.
The Voigtländer 40 mm/1:1.2 Nokton is a fast, manual lens, intended as an all-rounder walkabout prime lens that can shoot a variety of subjects comfortably. It straddles the gap between two common focal lengths for standard/normal lenses: 35mm and 50mm.
Voigtländer has just released their latest M-mount lens, the Nokton VM 75mm f1.5 fast portrait lens.
Voigtländer’s latest E-mount lens is an amazing super wide angle 21mm lens with a maximum aperture of f1.4!