Voigtlander Nokton Classic 35mm f/1.4 FE Announced and Coming in February

Large diameter & compact wide angle lens which refined the flavor of classic lens with latest optical technology and revived to the present age. Unlike modern performance-based lens design, it embodies the beauty of lens character and depiction by intentionally leaving aberration.

Main Features:
● With Sony E mount compatible electronic contact, lens usage status is reflected in Exif information of shooting data. In addition, because it incorporates a distance encoder, it supports 5-axis camera shake correction on the camera body side. You can also enlarge the display by operating the focus ring.

● Symmetrical Lens Construction Reconstructed with the latest optical technology while adopting a traditional symmetrical lens configuration to obtain a unique and beautiful depiction. By adopting ultrahigh refraction glass, we have realized a large aperture with compact size.

Optimized optical design In addition to securing full-size image circle, it adopts optical design optimized for Sony E mount sensor. You can enjoy soft delicate descriptions reminiscent of classic lenses with stable image quality.

● Manual Focus capable of reliable focusing The total metal helicoid unit processed and adjusted with high precision and the high quality grease that produces moderate torque realize smooth operation feeling. It enables delicate focus adjustment.

Focal length

35 mm

Aperture ratio

1: 1.4

Minimum aperture

F 16

Lens configuration

6 groups 8 pieces

Angle of view

63 °

Number of diaphragm blades

10 sheets

Shortest shooting distance

0.3 m

Maximum shooting magnification

1: 6.3

Maximum diameter × total length

φ 67 × 39.6 mm

Filter size

φ 58 mm


262 g

Lens hood


Electronic contact


Focus magnification function


Exif information:


Lens correction selection


5-axis body internal hand shake

Correspondence (limited to body with 5 axes)

Suggested retail price (excluding tax): ¥ ¥ 85,000 JAN 4530076 233065
Scheduled for release in February 2018

via cosina.co.jp

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