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Postmaster
09-21-2011, 03:12 AM
Just stumbled over this here:

suitable for the following cameras: Sony NEX-3, NEX-5, NEX-C3, NEX-VG10, NEX-FS 100 (camcorder)
portrait lens with a focal length of 50mm
ideal for photography and videography
extremely fast lens speed of 1:0.95
stepless f-stop setting
aperture ring can be locked with screw
low in reflection due to multi-coated lenses (MC)
manual focusing
sturdy metal casing
light and compact build
with front and back lid

899 Euros

40487

http://www.foto-walser.biz/shop/Suche/Noktor_Hyper_Prime_50_0_95_Objektiv_fuer_Sony_NEX. htm?VL=17607

Frank

LiamR
09-21-2011, 03:23 AM
Really, really want to see some footage shot with this on the fs100...

AtticusLake
09-21-2011, 06:01 AM
Definitely interesting. Philip Bloom quite likes it:

http://philipbloom.net/2010/03/10/review-of-noktor-f0-95-hyperprime-50mm-lens-for-micro-four-thirds/
"Wide open obviously it isnít super sharp, itís what I would call soft focus dreamy, stop down to F1.4 and itís surprisingly sharp."


Steve Huff not so much:

http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2010/03/03/the-noktor-50-f0-95-lens-review-diary/
"The fact is, this lens is sort of like what a Leica Noctilux F0.95 would vomit out if it were sick."

Given that the Noctilux is $10,000, that's not so bad.... ;-)

An alternative would be something like the Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f1, at $1024:

http://www.cameraquest.com/inventor.htm

Then again you can get a Canon FD-mount 50mm f1.2 L-series on ebay for possibly cheap-ish.

mandrean
09-21-2011, 06:29 AM
The Noktor is a pretty standard rehoused security camera lens from Goyo Optical (http://www.goyooptical.com/). CCTV sensors are generally very low-resolution, and I'm not sure a lens manufactured with those requirements would make justice for a high-resolution sensor like the one in the FS100. Link to the lens they rehouse as the "Noktor": http://www.goyooptical.com/products/industrial/GMY45095MCN.pdf

I think a fast Voigtlander, Cosina or used Nikon or Canon would be a better investment.

eheath
09-21-2011, 09:06 AM
night vision