Cosina has been on a roll the previous few weeks, having launched a collection of lenses back in February and a pair of 40mm F2.8 primes for Leica cameras yesterday. Right now, the corporate continues its launch with the announcement of a brand new Voigtländer Nokton 23mm F1.2 handbook focus lens for Fujifilm X-mount digital camera methods.

The handbook lens, which gives a ~35mm full-frame equal discipline of view (and F1.8 equal aperture), is constructed of 10 parts in six teams, together with one double-sided aspherical factor and two low-dispersion parts. Cosina says the optical development is ‘optimized for the picture sensor of Fujifilm X-mount cameras’ and the lens options electrical contacts for transmitting EXIF knowledge, focus affirmation and different info required for optimum efficiency with Fujifilm’s in-body picture stabilization.

Under is a compatibility chart shared by Cosina:

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Under is a group of pattern pictures captured with the lens by photographer Ichihiro Tosato and shared by Cosina:

Different options embody a clicked aperture ring, a 12-blade aperture diaphragm, an aperture vary of F1.2 by way of F16, a minimal focusing distance of 18cm (7″) and a 46mm entrance filter thread. The lens measures roughly 59mm (2.3″) in diameter by 44mm (1.7″) lengthy and weighs 214g (7.6oz).

The Cosina Voigtländer Nokton 23mm F1.2 Aspherical lens is scheduled to be launched subsequent month for ¥90,000 / ~$780.