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Voigtlander Nokton 10.5 mm f/0.95

18 July 2015
Arkadiusz Olech

10. Focusing



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As we’ve already stated in the chapter describing the design and build quality the Voigtlander comes with a very comfortable manual focus ring. Its working range is very wide, amounting to 270 degrees; with such parameters it ensures very precise settings. A clear depth of field scale included helps too.

Voigtlander Nokton 10.5 mm f/0.95 - Focusing


Mind you at 10.5 mm focal length in many situations you can practically forget about focusing at all. For example even by f/2.0 if you set the focus ring near 3.5 meters you’ll get a sharp image from 1.8 meters to infinity.