Chinese optics manufacturer TTartisan has announced its 50mm F1.2 manual lens for APS-C mirrorless camera systems is now available for Nikon Z and Leica L mounts.
Since its release, the lens has been available for Canon EF-M, Fuji X, Micro Four Thirds (MFT) and Sony E mount camera systems. Now, both Nikon Z and L mount camera owners can get their hands on a native version of the lens as well.
The fully-manual lens is constructed of seven elements in five groups, uses a 10-blade aperture diaphragm and has a minimum focusing distance of 50cm (20″). The front filter thread is 52mm and the lens measures 60mm (2.36″) long by 62mm (2.44″) in diameter and weighs roughly 336g (11.85oz).
The lens is available to order starting today for $98 (TTartisan’s online shop).
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