A large aperture manual focus medium telephoto lens of a Sonnar design specifically designed for Fuji X camera sensors.
The Voigtlander NOKTON 50mm F1.2 X-Mount is a large aperture manual focus medium telephoto lens of a Sonnar design. With an angle of view equivalent to 75mm in full-frame equivalent, and an asymmetrical front and rear aperture, it realizes a large aperture of F1.2. While adopting a spherical lens and all-group extensions, it is compact and easy to handle with a total length of 49.0 mm and a weight of 290 g. This lens produces a large bokeh at full aperture and exhibits sharp descriptive power by closing down several stops, so you can enjoy variations in photographic expression by aperture operation.
With an optical design optimized for image sensors in Fujifilm X system cameras, high resolution is maintained up to the periphery of the image without relying on the optical correction function of the camera.
In order to make the holes formed by the aperture blades close to the circle, a 12-blade diaphragm configuration is adopted. The out-focus image is a natural depiction, and point light sources are not distorted, but round and soft bokeh.
Equipped with electronic contacts, reliable telecommunication between the lens and the body is realized. The combination of a telecommunications-compatible body and the latest firmware(*1) provides Exif information, focus check, and shooting distance-linked display, as well as in-body image stabilization and parallax correction for certain models.
*1 Notes on telecommunications-compatible bodies This product is equipped with electronic contacts, but there are restrictions on the body that can use telecommunications. Please check the body list below. (April 2023)
Telecommunications compatible models and firmware *2*3
Non-telecommunications compatible models*5
*2 It is recommended to change the depth of field display to the film standard (equivalent to the depth scale engraved on the product) in the body settings.
*3 If the firmware is less than the one described, performance may not be demonstrated, or some functions may be limited, so please use the latest firmware. For information on checking the firmware of the body you are using and obtaining the latest firmware, please refer to the body instruction manual.
*4 When using with the X-T2, you can display with Fno by changing the aperture display setting from TNo to FNo in the body settings.
*5 When using with a model that does not support telecommunications, change the [Release without lens] in the body setting to "Allow".
|f1.2 - f16
|Elements / Groups
|8 / 9
|Angle of View
|Cropped Sensor (EFS / DX)
|Lens Focus Mechanism
|Adaptor Ring / Lens Filter Thread
|Compatible Lens Hood