Obscure optics producer Light Lens Lab has shared the primary product pictures and pattern photos for its new 50mm F1.2 ASPH ‘1966’ lens for Leica M-mount digicam programs.
As reported by Photo Rumors, the lens proven off within the photos is a prototype, nevertheless it’s most likely protected to imagine the picture high quality received’t change a lot from now to the manufacturing model – for higher or worse. No detailed specs have been revealed, however from trying on the photos, it’s clear the lens contains a 15-blade aperture diaphragm and has an aperture vary of F1.2 by way of F16. It additionally seems as if no less than a number of the optical components are coated.
The focus ring contains a scalloped and knurled design, whereas the aperture ring is simply knurled. There are additionally distance markings in the direction of the rear of the lens. Below is a pattern gallery of photos, posted to Flickr by Photo Rumors:
Light Lens Lab doesn’t have a web-based presence, however Photo Rumors does have a contact kind the place you’ll be able to submit your data to be handed alongside to the corporate. NO pricing data is obtainable for the 50mm F1.2 ASPH ‘1966’ lens for Leica M-mount at the moment, however we’ve got inquired with Photo Rumors for extra data.