New 35/1.4, 40/1.2, 65/2 Voigtlander lenses for Sony!
Old 02-23-2017   #1
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New 35/1.4, 40/1.2, 65/2 Voigtlander lenses for Sony!

35/1.4
40/1.2
65/2 Macro
All in FE mount

Can Fuji XF be far behind?

http://www.dpreview.com/news/2396798...e-mount-lenses
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Old 02-23-2017   #2
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I was just drooling over these before. Especially the two faster/wider ones. I think it might be time to pick up a Sony a7 simply for these voigtlanders.

I don't forsee cosina doing the same lenses for XF mount - the crop factor really kills it.
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Old 02-23-2017   #3
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That 40/1.2 and the A7R2 are freaking perfect. Hell yes Voigtlander.
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Old 02-23-2017   #4
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Wish they'll make 40/1.2 in M mount. Looks very compact for an F1.2 lens.
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Old 02-23-2017   #5
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I saw these lenses yesterday at the CP+ Camera & Imaging Show in Yokohama. They're all beautiful; I was particularly taken with the 40mm f1.2, compact, solid, needs to be on my camera ASAP!
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I wonder how long it will be before we see a version VI of the 15mm for the E-mount?

Still kicking myself for not grabbing that used A7 at a reasonable price here on the classifieds a week ago.....

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The 40/1.2 is interesting:
Unlike they are saying for the 35/1.4 ; not a reformulation of the M lens - so the bokeh could be quite different ; if it's smooth and the lens does not breath, the lens could be great for stills and video.
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