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Voigtländer Nokton 17.5mm f/0.95

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Voigtländer Nokton 10.5mm f/0.95
Voigtländer Nokton 17.5mm f/0.95
Voigtländer Nokton 25mm f/0.95
Voigtländer Nokton 42.5mm f/0.95
Close Focus 0.17 m / 0.5' 0.15 m / 0.5' 0.17 m / 0.5' 0.23 m / 0.7'
Front Diameter 77 mm 63.4 mm 60.6 mm 64.3 mm
Aperture f/0.95 - f16 f/0.95 - f16 f/0.95 - f16 f/0.95 - f16
Weight 0,58 Kg / 1,28 lb 0.54 kg / 1.19 lb 0.43 kg / 0.95 lb 0.57 kg / 1.25 lb
Length 82.4 mm / 3.2" 80 mm / 3.1" 70 mm / 2.7" 74.6 mm / 2.9"
Close Focus
Front Diameter
Aperture
Weight
Length
0.17 m / 0.5'
77 mm
f/0.95 - f16
0,58 Kg / 1,28 lb
82.4 mm / 3.2"
0.15 m / 0.5'
63.4 mm
f/0.95 - f16
0.54 kg / 1.19 lb
80 mm / 3.1"
0.17 m / 0.5'
60.6 mm
f/0.95 - f16
0.43 kg / 0.95 lb
70 mm / 2.7"
0.23 m / 0.7'
64.3 mm
f/0.95 - f16
0.57 kg / 1.25 lb
74.6 mm / 2.9"

The Voigtländer series with MFT mount (Micro Four Thirds) has an exceptional maximum aperture of f/0.95, making it a series of rarely achieved brightness.

With their MFT mount and very small footprint, the Nokton are ideal for use on BlackMagic Super16 sensor cameras like BlackMagic Pocket. This sensor size reduces by half the field angle compare to a Super35 sensor, so it’s important to have a very short focal length at hand.

For this, Voigtländer offers the Nokton 10.5mm whose field of view - equivalent to that of a 21mm on a Super35 sensor - allows for shooting wide shots, even with a small sensor.

At full aperture the image is quite diffuse, especially in highlights. Contrast come back around f/2 and a real sharpness at f/4 that still won’t approach the sharpness of modern cinema lenses. The Nokton series will therefore primarily be indicated to create a fairly specific image, rather soft with low contrast.


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