Editor's Rating

Quality and exceptional, with the whole lens being built of metal and glass. The manual center ring is smooth and the entire bundle simply feels great in hand.

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Quality
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Sharpness
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Focus ring
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Price

The Voigtländer 42.5mm f/0.95 is, similar to its siblings, an exceptionally fascinating lens for the Micro 4/3 shooter. It gives an outstandingly quick f/0.95 opening and an exceptionally remarkable rendering that is for the most part greatly satisfying. The quality is exceptional, with the whole lens being built of metal and glass. The manual center ring is smooth and the entire bundle simply feels great in hand.

At littler openings, the Nokton 42.5mm is to a great degree sharp over the casing with incredible shading and difference. At more extensive gaps, there is a shine because of round distortion, however determination is still generally great. The round deviation gets to be more hazardous at closer center separations and wide gaps and the lens can show rather overwhelming longitudinal chromatic variation. Generally speaking, however, the pictures out of the 42.5mm f/0.95 are of high caliber, and the pace and subject seclusion you get with this lens is more likened to the look you get from a full casing cam than average Micro 4/3. Voigtländer has additionally valued the lens generally sensibly, at $999. This is a conventional value considering the compelling pace of the lens. I truly like the look of the pictures I escaped from the 42.5mm f/0.95;  they just about have an immortal quality to them.

On the off chance that you need shallow profundity of field and need a lens that gives an extremely special and intriguing look to your pictures, the Nokton 42.5mm f/0.95 is an extraordinary alternative, particularly in the event that you like a touch of  Voigtländer lenses character.