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APO-LANTHAR 50mm F2 Aspheric M-mount

APO-LANTHAR 50mm F2 Aspheric M-mount


The ultimate Voigtländer lens ever, from the APO-Lanthar stable, now in M-mount as well!



  • Bayonet Voigtländer M (VM) / Leica M (LM) mount
  • Apochromat optical design eliminates chromatic aberration
  • Extraordinary optical performance
  • Manual focus for precision rangefinder focus with all-metal lens barrel
  • Circular 12 blade aperture at F2, F2.8 and F5.6 for point light sources
  • Floating Lens Elements for enhanced performance
  • Bayonet type VM mount Aperture Range: f/2 to f/16
  • Both side Two Aspherical Elements
  • Five Partial Dispersion Elements
  • Equipped with a distance meter interlocking system
  • Compact & lightweight at 288 gms & filter thread size of 49mm
  • Optional Bayonet Lens Hood LH-13 is not included
  • Exclusive of 18% GST
  • 18 Months limited India official warranty
  • Made in Japan


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This is the lens Voigtländer fans have been asking for -- the new Voigtländer APO-LANTHAR 50mm Aspherical in VM mount! As Voigtländer’s best performing standard lens ever now optimized full frame VM digital or film cameras, the newest APO-LANTHAR is ready to challenge the performance of all other VM mount normal lenses.


Two abnormal partial dispersion elements and two double-sided aspherical elements are used for the 10-elements in 8 groups, with floating elements for maximum performance. Optical performance is quite simply extraordinary.


The rangefinder VM mount provides precision rangefinder focusing while also providing versatility easily adapted to other popular mirrorless lens mounts such as Sony E, & Leica L-mount including Fuji FX-mount, Nikon Z-mount digital cameras via our close focus mount adapters.


Bayonet-type metal hood LH-13 with a special slit is also available as an option.


The new VM APO-LANTHAR is smaller and lighter than our Sony E-mount version. The 12 blade aperture is circular not only when wide open but also at F2.8 and F5.6 for making “circular bokeh" from point light sources.

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