Cosina has introduced its new Voigtlander Nokton 35mm F1.2 lens for Fujifilm X collection digital camera methods. Whereas this lens options the identical focal size and aperture as its M-mount equivalent, it encompasses a totally different optical design and building particularly for Fujifilm’s X mount cameras.

The fully-manual lens options an digital chip for transferring EXIF knowledge to the digital camera physique from the lens, which ought to allow focus verification, parallax correction and in-body picture stabilization for appropriate cameras. Under is a pair of charts exhibiting which X system cameras are and aren’t in a position to make use of the lens mount communications of the Nokton 35mm F1.2 lens:

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The lens is constructed of eight components in six teams. It makes use of a 12-blade aperture diaphragm, has a minimal focusing distance of 30cm (1ft) and has an aperture vary of F1.2 by way of F16. As for measurement, it measures 60mm (2.4”) in diameter by 40mm (1.5”) lengthy and weighs 196g (7oz). Under is a pattern gallery of pictures captured with the lens, supplied by Cosina:

The lens is scheduled to be launched subsequent month (August 2021) for 78,000 Japanese Yen, which converts to simply over $700.