50 mm / 1:1.2 Nokton

Exclusively developed for Fujifilm X-Mount

Title photo: Cosina

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The new NOKTON 50 mm F1.2 X-Mount is an ultra-light medium telephoto lens designed specifically for the Fujifilm X-System cameras, offering an impressive combination of high optical performance, compact design and a wide aperture of F1.2.

The angle of view of the Voigtländer NOKTON 50 mm F1.2 corresponds to approx. 75 mm in full format, which makes it an ideal portrait lens. But it is also suitable for a variety of other shooting situations where a slightly longer focal length is required.

The lens construction of the lens is based on a Sonnar formula with asymmetrical front and rear lens groups. This helps to minimize aberrations and distortions and at the same time enables excellent light transmission. The F1.2 aperture ensures excellent separation of the subject from the background and enables low-light shots with impressive detail.

50 mm / 1:1.2 Nokton E

The aperture of the lens consists of 12 blades that create soft and natural bokeh effects. The aperture of the lens consists of 12 blades that create soft and natural bokeh effects.

The minimum focusing distance is just 0.39 m, allowing the photographer to create close-up and detail shots with impressive sharpness of detail.

With an overall length of 49.0 mm and a weight of only 290 g, the Voigtländer NOKTON 50 mm F1.2 is extremely handy and easy to carry. The lens hood included in the scope of delivery offers additional protection against stray light and helps to achieve optimum image results.

The Voigtländer NOKTON 50 mm F1.2 is characterized by its compact design, which perfectly matches the slim dimensions of the Fujifilm X-System cameras. It is also equipped with electronic contacts that ensure reliable communication between the lens and the camera body (please refer to the notes at the end*).

The lens offers an excellent optical and tactile experience for photographers who strive for high image quality, flexibility and creativity. The combination of advanced optical design, large aperture and compact construction makes it a valuable tool for a wide range of photographic applications.

Main Features:

– Medium telephoto lens with excellent optical performance

– Manual focus for precise focusing

– 12 aperture blades for outstanding bokeh

– Electrical contacts for communication with the camera body

– Exclusively developed for the Fujifilm X-Mount

Technical specifications

Technical data:

Item no.: 117733
Recommended retail price: 749.- €

Focal length

50 mm



Light intensity


Smallest aperture

F 16

Optical construction

9 lenses in 8 groups

Angle of view


Aperture blades


Minimum distance

39 cm

Filter size

Ø 58 mm

Maximum diameter

63.9 mm


49.0 mm


290 g



Accessories included

Lens cap, rear cap, lens hood




Important Note

There are limitations in connection with different camera models.

Transfer of EXIF data possible *1 *2

Focus magnifier (focus peaking) possible

Distance display possible

Image stabilization possible on all models with image stabilization function

Parallax compensation only possible with X-Pro3 Body Communication compatible models and firmware *2 *3

X-H2s V3.01 or higher

X-H2 V1.21 or higher

X-Pro3 V1.23 or higher

X-T5 V1.03 or higher

X-S10 V2.10 or higher

X-S20 V1.13 or higher

X-H1 V2.13 or higher

X-T4 V1.25 or higher

X-T3 V4.12 or higher

X-T2 V4.40 or higher *4

X-T30 V1.41 or higher

X-T30 II V1.00 or higher

X-E4 V1.04 or higher. Please check the current support status on the Cosina website.

*1 This product is equipped with electronic contacts, but there are limitations. Check the above list of communication-compatible models. *2 It is recommended to change the depth of field display in the housing settings to the film standard (the same value as the depth scale engraved on the product). *3 If the firmware of the housing is lower than the specified value, the performance may not be displayed or some functions may be limited, so please use the latest firmware. *4 When using with the X-T2, it is possible to display the f-number by changing the aperture value display from TNo to FNo in the settings. *5 When using with a model that does not support electronic communication, change the housing setting [Auslösen ohne Objektiv] to “allow”.