Cosina announced the development of three new full frame Voigtlander lenses for Sony E-mount

Cosina announced the development of three new full frame Voigtlander lenses for Sony E-mount. The new lenses will have:

  • EXIF transmission to camera body
  • Support for five-axis image stabilization
  • Manual focus
  • 1/3 step aperture selection
  • Check US pricing and availability (not officially announced yet)
  • Additional pictures can be found at DC.Watch

Voigtlander APO-MACRO LANTHAR 65mm f/2 Aspherical E-mount lens:


The Voigtländer MACRO APO-LANTHAR 65mm F2 Aspherical was announced at Photokina 2016 in Cologne, Germany, as a reference exhibit. Since then specifications and appearance have been improved. The Red, Green, and Blue lines on the lens barrel proudly indicate its heritage from vintage APO-LANTHAR lens designs - High Performance. At F2, this lens is one of the fastest macro lenses available for full frame format. Macro Ratio is 1:2. Minimum Object Distance is 31cm.

Voigtlander Classic NOKTON 35mm f/1.4 lens for E-mount:


We re-design the lens construction of M-mount version, which is now optimized for Full Frame E-mount sensor. As NOKTON Classic 35mm F1.4 has the "Classic" in its name, this lens produce beautiful Bokeh at wide open, and sharp image at stop down.

Voigtlander NOKTON 40mm f/1.2 Aspherical lens for E-mount:


NOKTON 40mm F1.2 Aspherical is the fastest 40mm lens ever made for the Full Frame format sensor. This lens is compact enough but also can produce high-resolution picture due to the lens construction design optimized for Full Frame E-mount sensor. Minimum Object Distance is 40cm. Selective Aperture Control System is available.

Additional information (translated from Japanese):

Here is the translation:

Voigtlander APO-MACRO LANTHAR 65mm f/2 Aspherical E-mount lens:

MACRO APO LANTHAR 65 mm F 2 Aspherical was exhibited as a product bearing the Voigtlander brand's highest performance APO - LANTHAR inscription at Photokina 2016 which took place in Germany in 2016. The CP + 2017 reference exhibition model this time is spec for the product released at Photokina. We are changing the exterior design. As the macro lens F 2's large aperture is the most bright lens as the full-size format interchangeable lens which is currently on the market, macro shooting making use of blurring taste is possible. The maximum shooting magnification is 1:20 the shortest shooting distance 31 cm) The focal length of 65 mm is also possible as a standard lens shooting and has the advantage of securing working dis tance compared with 50 mm standard macro lens. In addition, making full use of the brightness of F2, it is also suitable for portrait, high performance lens that can be used in various genres. Release timing Price: undecided

Voigtlander Classic NOKTON 35mm f/1.4 lens for E-mount:

NOKTON classic 35mm F1.4 E - mount covers full size sensor. It is a Raxa diameter lens. Based on the VM Mount NOKTON classic 35 mm F 1.4, which has been well received since its launch, we have designed an optical design optimized for the E-mount digital imaging device. Suitable for the name of NOKTON classic "By releasing aberrations moderately intentionally, when opening, it will produce a gentle and beautiful blurred taste, and when it narrows down it will show a sharp depiction power.The compact product and portability are also high. Shooting taking advantage of the individuality of the lens is possible Release date, price: to be determined

Voigtlander NOKTON 40mm f/1.2 Aspherical lens for E-mount:

NOKTON 40 mm F1.2 Aspherical E-mount covers full size sensor. It is a standard large aperture lens. We adopt an optical meter optimized for the E - mount imaging device and provide stable image quality from the center to the periphery. The shortest shooting distance is 40 cm * You can use it as a large aperture standard lens that is compact and portable. In addition, we have a weak aperture stop click release mechanism * to suppress smooth aperture operation and click sound generation in moving images. Re lease time. Price: unknown

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