Voigtlander Lenses

Quick info
Established: 1756
Country: Germany
EU website: www.voigtlander.com
Global website: www.cosina.co.jp
Voigtlander is the oldest name in the photographic industry, with the original company founded in 1756. After a distinguished record in the middle of the 20th century making cameras and lenses, the company passed through several owners (including Carl Zeiss and Rollei) before the rights to use the brand name were acquired by the Japanese company Cosina in 1999. Since then it’s made a range of traditionally-inspired products, including 35mm and medium format rangefinder cameras; its lens range consists of manual focus primes for 35mm SLRs and M-mount rangefinders. Late in 2010 it announced its first lens for the Micro Four Thirds system, the 25mm F0.95 Nokton.
Voigtlander offers a small range of manual focus SLR lenses for Nikon and Pentax, plus a wider variety of Leica M-mount optics including some extreme wide-angles. It’s also started to make lenses for Micro Four Thirds.

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