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|Elements/Groups||6 Groups/ 7 Elements|
|Mount Type||VM - Bayonette|
|Weight||6.17 oz (175 g)|
|Dimensions||1.5 x 2.15" (2.55 x 29.7mm)|
|Minimum Focus Distance||27.5" (0.7m)|
|Number of Blades||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
So far, this lens has been an excellent performer. I am new to rangefinders, and notice a pretty drastic difference from an old Nikkor 50mm-1.4 lens I had been shooting with on my SLR. I love the overall look of this lens compared with the Nikkor.
I am a photography enthusiast who purchased my first 40mm lens in the Voigtlander Nokton 40mm f/1.4. I got the single coat version to shoot B & W mostly on my Leica M9; the multicoated version apparently is better for color photography.
An unusual lens with a "Japanese" character, which does not leave indifferent lovers of classical photography.
Great manual lense that rivals the optical quality of leica.
I am still learning this little wonder , yet again as most metal lenses there is a feel to them, maybe it is organic but when using these manual lens you are in control , and can do minute adjustments. I shoot with the A7 Sony's have the A7II in Infrared FC , the A7rII , and A7sII ...
very sharp, compact, lens
Buy this lens if you want photos to look film like. This lens has character. It is difficult to explain but this character really shows when you process your images to look like film. Part of this is the Bokeh.
The lens is beautifully crafted and is very sharp even at f/1.4. If manual focusing if your thing and you love old school craftsmanship, get this lens.
It's a magnificent lens, great build all metall. The focusring moves very firm and smoothly, the aperture ring have very solid clicks. The images from this Nokton, have an interesting creamy artistic feel. Thats what the classic SC stands for, no ASPH lenses.
Very happy with it so far!