Lens manufacturer TTArtisan has added two new versions of its 21mm F1.5 full-frame manual lens. Originally available for only Leica M mount cameras, TTArtisan has added new mount options for Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems.
The manual lenses are constructed of 13 elements in ten groups, use ten-blade aperture diaphragms and have aperture ranges of F1.5 through F16. Both lenses have 72mm front filter threads, minimum focusing distances of 50cm (20”) and use a clicked aperture ring.
|Nikon Z mount (left), Sony E mount (right)|
The Nikon Z mount version weighs 458g, while the Sony E mount version weighs in at 422g. Both 21mm F1.5 lenses are listed for $245 (Nikon Z, Sony E, )and come with lens caps, a lens hood, a lens bag and a branded cloth.
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