Nokton 50mm f/1.2 ASPH Coming Soon

The new view samples hereNokton 50mm f/1.2 ASPH seems to be a rangefinder lens, but there might be a Sony E-mount version following soon. You can .

As a specification demonstrating the principles of high-speed standard lenses, we design the traditional standard large diameter, 50 mm F 1.2, which has been used regularly by professional photographers, with current technology. By adopting two double-sided aspherical lenses, it has the performance that you can use with confidence from opening the aperture and enjoy a large blur taste. The large aperture but compact style is suitable for use with optical viewfinder and provides comfortable operation feeling.

Main Features:
● Outstanding optical performance, four aspherical surfaces adopted Aspheric surfaces of
two lenses out of eight lenses, realizing both high-quality image quality and large aperture I will.
● Compact style
F1.2 reduces vignetting of the range finder by shortening the total length while having a large aperture. Lightweight handling is realized with weight 347 g (excluding accessories).
● Optional bayonet type hood A
beautiful metallic bayonet style hood rich in durability is available as an option. You can choose from two types of compact type LH – 8, newly released LH – 10 with higher light shielding ability, you can choose your favorite type.
● Manual Focus capable of reliable focusing operation
The adoption of a total metal helicoid unit processed and adjusted with high precision and high quality grease generating moderate torque realizes smooth operation feeling. It enables delicate focus adjustment.
●Built-in rangefinder system
Seamless focusing near the aperture stop is possible by the high precision range finder interlocking mechanism.
● Full-sized
image circle We have secured an image circle of affordable size corresponding to 35 mm full size. In addition, compared with the interchangeable lens for single lens reflex, it realizes a very compact style. .

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