Reviews and Problems with Voigtlaender Nokton 25mm f/0.95
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Jedi Mind Tricks Aside, This Is The Lens You Are Looking for....
Westminister "Westley", Amazon
30 October 2014
Summary: The build quality is definitely better than most lenses save for maybe a Zeiss or Leica. Now I have zero experience with Leica but I am familiar with Zeiss, and the Voigtlander is fitting company.
Summary: Love this lens. A little soft at .95, but I've had several circumstances where I either need the speed or want the effect. Feels amazing in use. Can't really compare it to other m43 lenses, very different. Somewhat of a novelty lens wide open, but very sharp before f2 and up.
beautifully made; great for shallow depth of field but ...
Kiwi John, Amazon
3 September 2014
Summary: OK, it's a manual lens, but man, you can see in the dark with this baby and the bokeh is superb. Crisp, beautifully made; great for shallow depth of field but you'll absolutely need a grad. Excellent results off my Panasonic GH4 and AF100. Just a great lens.
Summary: Excellent build quality (metal body). Nice metal 67mm lens hood (lens has a 52mm filter thread). Spectacular color and sharp wide open at f/0.95. Has an extremely long focus throw ring for precise focusing. Legendary Voigtlander quality and adds character to your images. It's my favorite lens! :)
Summary: Bought this for my 3/4 mount Blackmagic Cinema camera. Heavy little lens but solid and beautiful. Easy to use, sturdy mount. Love this for low lighting. It feels strange paying so much for something so small...
Summary: The best lens I own. Works great on my gh2 and gh3. Hope to use it on black magic camera soon. Very shallow depth of field and super sharp when you stop it down a bit. This is the main lens I use.
Peerless low light performance on the M 4/3 system, gorgeous bokeh
M. Wriston, Amazon
6 December 2013
Summary: This lens is an absolute gem, and well worth its price. One of the first things to understand is that this is not an auto-focus lens, and the aperture is set on the lens itself (much like lenses of yore in the film SLR days). Do not let that fact deter you from considering or purchasing this lens.