Cosina’s new Nokton D35mm F1.2 APS-C lens has digital contacts for IBIS, metadata help: Digital Images Assessment


Cosina has introduced the main points of its new Nokton D35mm F1.2 APS-C lens, which was developed and manufactured beneath a licensing settlement with Nikon to supply full digital connectivity with suitable Z-mount digital camera programs.

The lens, which is designed for APS-C Nikon Z-mount cameras however can even work with full-frame Z-mount cameras in DX format, is constructed of eight components in six teams, together with an extra-low dispersion factor. Different options embody a 12-blade aperture diaphragm, a minimal focusing distance of 30cm (12”) and a 46mm entrance filter thread.

Not like most Cosina lenses, the Nokton D35mm F1.2 options built-in contacts and an accompanying chip, which permits communication between the lens and the digital camera it’s hooked up to. Along with offering EXIF data to be written to the information, this additionally means in-body picture stabilization in suitable Z-mount cameras will work with this lens, in addition to varied focusing options. The lens measures 65.8mm (2.6) in diameter, 41mm (1.6”) lengthy and weighs 230g (8.1)

Beneath are a group of pattern photos, offered by Cosina:

The Cosina Nokton D35mm F1.2 is predicted to retail for 83,000 / $720 when it begins transport in March 2022. All orders include entrance and rear lens caps, in addition to a screw-on lens hood and material carrying case.


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