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Voigtlander Lenses

Having been founded in Vienna 1756, Voigtlander is definitively the oldest name in camera systems. Voigtlander lenses are now manufactured by Cosina Voigtlander and are renowned for delivering optical precision, colour definition, high sharpness and low distortion. Browse our range to discover your perfect Voigtlander lens, beautifully crafted for Sony, Leica, Nikon, MFT and Fujifilm cameras with spectacular results, which can be achieved by any level of photographer.

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Voigtlander has been at the forefront of photographic innovation for centuries, having manufactured the world’s first all-metal daguerreotype camera in 1840 and the first 35mm compact camera with built-in electronic flash in 1965.

Today’s range of options includes manual focus prime lenses in a variety of popular focal widths, designed for photographers and videographers to immerse themselves in the craft of image making. Manual-only lenses offer the opportunity to capture pin sharp results, with electronic contacts capturing EXIF data, harnessing body stabilisation and focus assist functionality where compatible.

The latest prime lenses are designed to support the growth in hybrid content creation, with selective iris control and silent aperture control for filmmakers. This enables you to capture both stills and video with a single lens sporting a bright aperture for selective focus and strong low light performance.

Park Cameras provides our customers a comprehensive range of the best Voigtlander lenses for the following camera systems:

  • Leica M (VM)
  • Micro Four Thirds mount
  • Sony E mount
  • Fujifilm X mount
  • Nikon F mount and mirrorless Z mount

Whichever camera system you use, we have the perfect Voigtlander lens to extend your creativity. Our customers also benefit from free delivery on orders over £50 as well as products guaranteed for the UK market.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Voigtlander lenses good?

Are Voigtlander lenses good?

Voigtlander lenses are extremely good and Voigtlander is committed to the highest quality, with a range of primes renowned for capturing unique results, with extremely high sharpness and rich, accurate colours.

Who makes Voigtlander lenses?

Who makes Voigtlander lenses?

German-based Cosina Voigtländer makes Voigtlander lenses for a variety of camera mounts including Leica M, Sony E, Fujifilm X, Nikon F and Z mount. Their history dates back to 1756, making them the longest established camera company in the world.

Are Voigtlander lenses autofocus?

Are Voigtlander lenses autofocus?

All Voigtlander lenses are manual focus only, devoid of any autofocus models. The advantages of manual-only lenses include slowing down to become immersed in the moment and the ability to gain focus precisely where you want it, with tack sharp results.

Which is the best Voigtlander?

Which is the best Voigtlander?

There are several candidates for the best Voigtlander lens, depending on your camera system. For Leica the 35mm f/1.4 II Nokton-Classic MC Lens delivers favourable results, whilst for Fujifilm we would choose the Nokton 35mm f/1.2 X Lens for X Mount and 110mm Macro Lens for Sony.

Do Voigtlander make lenses for Sony?

Do Voigtlander make lenses for Sony?

Yes, Voigtlander makes around 15 lenses for Sony E mount with some of the most accomplished manual focus lenses for the system. The most popular models include the 1:1 macro 110mm f/2.5 Macro Apo-Lanthar Lens and standard focal width 50mm f/2 APO-Lanthar Aspherical lens.

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