Handcrafted using the latest optical technology, this new model is a high-intensity, relatively compact, wide-angle lens for full-frame sensors.
The name Nokton is awarded only to bright lenses of the Voigtländer series, which have a maximum aperture of F1.5 or higher. As usual, the lens provides manual focus and iris adjustment.
The aperture setting is made in one-third steps. The transmission of Exif information is via the electrical contacts.
|Focal length used on full format camera body||12 mm|
|Minimum aperture||F 22|
|Lens construction||“12 elements in 10 groups|
|Angle of view||121°|
|Minimum focus||0,3 m|
|Maximum diameter||67,4 mm|
|Electrical contact: Exif data transfer from lens to camera body for lens correction||available|
|Manual focus assistant||available|
|Others||“Lens hood (non-detachable), Pressure fit cap, Rear cap, Selective aperture control system|
That can be proud of!
These photos were taken with our 35 mm / 1:1,4 Nokton classic:
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