Meyer Optik unveiled a new Nocturnus 50mm f/0.95 lens designed for DSLR cameras. The lens will be available in a matte black or silver finish colors for Canon, Nikon, M42 and Pentax-K mounts.
With its starting aperture of f0.95 and 15 steel aperture blades with anti-reflex coating, the Nocturnus 50mm f/0.95 DSLR creates an impression that virtually no other lens can achieve.
The optical design enables a high degree of sharpness at focal level, even at maximum aperture, whilst it features a dream like bokeh with effects of shapes, colors and circular lights when blurred.
- Focal length: 50 mm
- Sharpness with aperture of f0.95 – 22
- Bokeh characterized by its versatility from swirl to softness
- Clickless Aperture ring
- Filter Thread 72 mm
- Height 51 mm
- Weight 640 g
- Angle of View 47°
- Optical Design: 8 elements in 6 groups
- 15 Aperture Blade diaphragm
- Made in Germany
Check out Meyer Optik website for more information.
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