Today at CP+, Voigtlander announced three fullframe E-mount lenses: APO-Lanthar 65mm F2 Aspherical Macro, Nokton 40mm F1.2 Aspherical & Nokton 35mm F1.4 lenses designed for optimal performance with Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras. Release timing and price to be determined.
Voigtlander APO-Lanthar 65mm F2 Aspherical Macro E-Mount Lens
Bearing Voigtlander’s premium APO-LANTHAR inscription, the M-mount version was first shown at Photokina 2016, but the lens has since undergone exterior design changes. This fullframe macro lens has a large F2 aperture which allows macro photography with shallow depth of field. Maximum shooting magnification is 1:2 with a minimum shooting distance 31cm. Its 65mm focal length makes it an ideal standard lens suitable for portraits. Release timing and price to be determined.
Voigtlander NOKTON 40mm F1.2 Aspherical E-Mount Lens
Compact standard fullframe wide aperture lens with optical design optimized for E-mount with a minimum focus distance of 40cm. The lens aperture can be de-clicked for video. Release timing and price to be determined.
Voigtlander NOKTON 35mm F1.4 E-Mount Lens
Compact Moderate wide angle fullframe wide aperture lens features a modified optical design optimized for Sony E-mount cameras produces a beautiful bokeh wide open or enhanced sharpness when stopped down. Release timing and price to be determined.
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5 thoughts on “Voigtlander Announces Three New E-mount Lenses!”
Thats more like it ! All over the 35mm 1.4 – AWESOME !
The fast 40mm looks like it could be fun. The 65mm APO macro seems pretty cool too. I wonder what the weight will be? Usually those CV primes are all metal and glass and are pretty heavy for their size. I look forward to seeing some review images when they come out.
Was this a typo?
“…the M-mount version was first shown at Photokina 2016, but the lens has since undergone exterior design changes. “
Greetings from Zimbabwe Brian.
I would like to purchase the 40mm f1.4 Voigtlander, but B&H don’t sell the outside the USA.
Is there a way around it when purchased through you….payment up front.
I’m a photographer – not a retailer – but you should be able to purchase the lens through Amazon