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|Minimum Focus Distance||2.3' (0.7 m)|
|Magnification||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Angle of View||75°|
|Maximum Diameter||2.2" (55mm)|
|Weight||8.6 oz (244g)|
The 28mm Ultron works great on both my M10 and a7R II, no color shifting/fringe. I use this lens for street photography, this lens is not the smallest, but small enough to be inconspicuous, great for zone focus shooting.
Fantastic lens, I am using it on Sony a7rII with TechArt Pro. Extremely sharp, even at f/2 wide open. It became my EDC for street-photography and group, along with the Voigtlander Nokton 40mm F/1.4 for natural light portraits.
Bought the Voigtlander after giving up waiting for Fuji to offer something in the 28mm neighborhood with a proper aperture ring.My copy is a Leica M mount and Im using a Fuji adapter.The lens is not a great match for the Fuji sensor but I havent really had a chance to properly check it out.
I only use this one for my EPSON R-D1xG as a fast normal lens. I know it should be soft and it should have CA wide open, but they are quite noticeable. Remember I'm only using a 6 megapixel camera with it. Comparing to a DSLR lens with the same price, it's not as good.
Better image then the leica lens Lente Leica Vario-elmar-t 18-56mm F/3.5-5.6 Asph. Of course this is fix lens. It produces excellent video image in Leica T.
Optically solid, decent bokeh, easy to use and very well built, with solid clicks for aperture and a silky smooth focus ring. On the downside, the minimum focusing distance is 0.7m, which limits usefulness as an all-purpose lens, since it's not very usable for candid portraits or indoor snapshots in...
I also own the CV 35mm 1.2. This lens isn't as good. Its also not as a good as the Leica 28mm Elmarit despite being a stop faster. However given its a third the cost of the Leica and half the cost of the CV 35mm its a good cost for performance value.
I use the Ultron 28mm f/2.0 on the second camera in my bag, a very nice Leica-Minolta CLE. It is great for shooting crowd scenes, such as zoos or parades. I have also used it in museums and outdoor sculpture gardens.
A very nice lens that is tight corner to corner. No distortion and while not a Leica lens it produces a very honest and viewable image from my M3. Nice bokeh for the buck. Use it while you save up for the Leica version, which costs several thousands more.
I am a huge fan of Voigtlander lenses and I own several in both MFT and VM-mount. Up until recently, I have used them exclusively on my MFT cameras with their 2X crop factor. Now I have a Sony A7 and this has opened up a whole new world of true wide angle without the crop factor.