Taking inspiration from film lenses of yesteryear, Pentax's newest lens comes in two flavors.
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Chris has had his hands on Sigma's latest 50 for full-frame mirrorless and has shot a gallery just for you.
The new ultrafast prime for Nikon Z-mount cameras is a re-worked version of Cosina's existing Voigtländer 50mm F1 Aspherical lens for Leica M-mount cameras.
The new lenses remain essentially unchanged from their Sony E-mount and L-mount siblings, which were released earlier this year.
Kubrick had three of the ten Zeiss Planar 50mm F0.7 lenses Zeiss produced re-engineered to work as cinema lenses. Kubrick is most known for using these lenses in a candlelit scene in his Oscar-winning film, Barry Lyndon.
The lens is fully manual and is available for Canon EF-M, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z and Sony E-mount camera systems.
The lens has been available for Canon EOS-M, Canon RF, L-mount, Micro Four Thirds and Nikon Z-mount camera systems, but these new mount options offer up yet another 75mm full-frame equivalent option for Fujifilm X- and Sony E-mount users.
While its design is all new, it takes inspiration from the Sony E-mount Voigtländer APO-LANTHAR 50mm F2 Aspherical lens, which Cosina calls 'the highest performance standard lens in Voigtländer history.'
Viltrox has added a Sony E-mount version of its 35mm F1.8 and introduced a new 50mm F1.8 AF lens for both Nikon Z-mount and Sony E-mount camera systems.
The lens, which is rather compact considering its ultrafast F1 aperture, is set to ship in January 2022 for a retail price of around $2,000.
This second-generation 50mm F1.4 for Sony E mount cameras improves the optical design and manages to pack it all inside a smaller, more lightweight package.
Cosina says the single-coated lens is designed to show ‘classical reflections that are not found in modern lenses and dares to express various aberrations.’
The $235 lens is fully manual, features a clicked aperture ring and is available for Canon RF, Leica L, Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems.
The lens will be fully manual and is expected to be available for EOS-M, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds (MFT), Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems.
The L mount version of the lens retails for $799 and joins the previously-released versions for Canon RF, Leica M, Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems.
Now, in addition to Canon EF-M, Fuji X, Micro Four Thirds (MFT) and Sony E mount camera systems, the affordable manual lens is now available for Leica L and Nikon Z mount mirrorless cameras.
Almost half-a-century after it produced its Noctilux 50mm F1.2 lens, Leica is back with a reissue that pays homage to a lens that helped define the 'Leica look.'
The lens is optically identical to its black and silver siblings, but spices things up with a bright-red paint job and a custom lens cap to celebrate the Year of the Ox.
The fully-manual lens costs just $98 and is available for Canon M, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds and Sony E mount camera systems.
The manual lens is redesigned from the ground up and is available in more than half-a-dozen lens mounts.
It might not have the best image quality, but an F1.2 lens for just $350? That's a steal, considering most 50mm F1.4 lenses retail for more than that.
The lens doesn't currently have a price, but you can count on it being one of the—if not the—most affordable 50mm lens for Sony's a6000-series cameras.
Only 20 units will be made for each of the two lens mounts. The lens is expected to retail for ¥42,800 (~$410) when it's released.
The lens was made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Voigtlander Classic Line.
Zhong Yi Optics has released its new Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm F0.95 III lens for Sony FE, Canon RF, and Nikon Z mount camera systems.
The lens lacks any electronics whatsoever and is constructed entirely of glass and metal. Of course, that comes at the expense of weight — this thing weighs in at 1.1kg / 2.43lbs.
Meike has released a budget 50mm lens for Canon and Nikon's full-frame mirrorless camera systems.
Lensrentals Founder Roger Cicala set aside some time to take apart Canon's new 50mm F1.2L RF lens and in doing so revealed a number of interesting discoveries.
Yongnuo has released version II of its ultra-affordable nifty fifty lens for Canon EF Mount: the 50mm F1.8 II. Version II drops the minimum focusing distance to 35mm, adds a focus distance indicator to the lens, and more, but costs only $75.
Full-frame Canon and Nikon shooters have a new 50mm F1.4 lens to consider. The Tokina 50mm F1.4 FF features an ultrasonic motor, weather-sealed design, and a focus ring that rotates the same direction as native Canon and Nikon glass.
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