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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.
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.
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.
If you're looking for a wide-angle rangefinder lens for your A7/A7R, this is the one to get. This lens does not exhibit the magenta shift/corner smearing that is typical of Leica/Voigtlander wide-to-ultra-wide lenses. Built like a tank with excellent aperture and focus ring feel.
There is just something classic about this lens beyond the full manual, and all metal construction. Picture quality is amazing, and I have had fun with it shooting video. If I didn't have a Micro Four Thirds camera this would probably be my favorite lens.
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.
I had really high expectations for this lens on my leica m8. But it was soft, had backfocus issues, suffered from sun flares, purple fringe chromatic aberrations, and was not sharp at all even at f/8 and above. It had none of that magic that Zeus lenses and Leica lenses possesed.
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.
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.