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Voigtlaender 35mm Nokton f/1.4

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Reviews and Problems with Voigtlaender 35mm Nokton f/1.4

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Overall 10
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Buy this one, you will save thousands and get similar IQ as Leica.

handcraftedmusicalinstruments, Ebay
2 August 2013
  • Summary: At first, I was in doubt. I did not want to put a non-Leica lens on my Leica. However, I did it and voila!! What a pleasant surprise. This little gem is a wonderful lens that provide super sharp images wide open and suprdangerously sharp if stopped down. I always use it wide open. I recommend.
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Overall 10
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Super sharp and fast lens with that classic Leica look.

tradingkmm, Ebay
7 May 2013
  • Summary: If you are looking for a fast wide lens and high quality, purchase this lens. It costs a fraction of a Leica lens and the results are astonishing. At f1.4 you get razor sharp images even at night. I am using this lens for street photography, but bc of the 35mm it could be used as a landscape lans as well. I recommend the SC since the look of the pictures is very similar to Leica with that classic look. Personally I am using this lens on my Leica M8 and M6.
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Overall 10
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a good tiny lense

jbalcaen, Ebay
5 April 2011
  • Summary: It's my first Leica M lens, and it's a tiny and really sturdy piece of optic, mostly in metal. It is soft, and a little bit weird on punctual intense spot, wide open but it allow me to shoot in darkness (f1.4) and become quite sharp from f2.8 even though it lacks a little bit of contrast. It is an all manual lens but it is built this way so it is easy to use with a little training.
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Overall 10
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Versus the 35mm Lux ASPH, the Nokton is a great value!

57greenmarket, Ebay
28 March 2009
  • Summary: The Nokton 35mm f/1.4 looks like the pre-ASPH version of the Leica 35mm Summilux f/1.4. The compact design is the main reason that I get it. The Lux pre-ASPH suffers from flare when strong light goes straight into the lens but it has that magical "Leica glow." The Nokton 35mm f/1.4 shows some improvement on the flare but still have some issue on this department I have a multicoated version with the hood always on.
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