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New Aspherical Voigtlander SL II N 28/2.8 AIS EOS
Old 05-22-2012   #1
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New Aspherical Voigtlander SL II N 28/2.8 AIS EOS



The new Aspherical 28/2.8 in Nikon AIS and Canon EOS mounts have ARRIVED! In Stock and ready to ship!
Nikon AIS Mount $599
Canon EOS Mount $629
Lens Hood LH-28N for full frame $45
Free Shipping for RFF members.

Relatively slow for an Aspherical 28mm,
this promises to be a super sharp lens!
Manual focus, chipped for DSLR metering
F/stop range 2.8 to 22
Dome Type Lens hood LH-28N for full frame
Dome Type Lens hood LH-40N for APS-C Sensors
Filter size 52mm
Close focus .22 Meter, 1:5.0 magnification
Weight 180 grams AIS, 230 grams EOS
7 elements in 6 groups, double sided aspherical element
9 aperture blades

Thanks for looking!
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Old 07-05-2012   #2
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Any idea when this will be available?
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Old 09-19-2012   #3
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has anyone tried this yet?
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Old 09-22-2012   #4
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I just picked up this lens and so far I love it. The build quality is outstanding and the focus ring is perfectly smooth, and I was pretty impressed with how close it focuses too. Below is one of my first test shots, it was taken at F/2.8 hand held in a pretty dimly lit room with a Nikon D5100.


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Old 09-22-2012   #5
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does the aperture move in full stops or half stops?
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Old 09-23-2012   #6
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does the aperture move in full stops or half stops?
I seem to remember that I had the same stops as on my X2, which would be thirds. I will check tomorrow when I'm back at work.
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Please see http://cameraquest.com/Voigt_SL2.htm...8/2.8_SL_II_N0

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does the aperture move in full stops or half stops?
Full stops on the Nikon version. Of course if you use it on a modern SLR you can set it at f/22 and control the aperture in 1/3-stops on the camera itself.
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I want one... and the 20mm also...

I have the 40mm ultron and 58mm Nokton for my Nikons and I love them!

(I don't care about the 90mm lanthar though...)
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