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Voigtlander 35mm F/2 Ultron & 50mm F/1.2 Nokton with CineStill 800 at Night!

Updated: Aug 18, 2021

If you’re in the market for a fully manual lens, the name Voigtlander would definitely cross your mind. For the first time ever, we shot an entire review, at night, with the Voigtlander 35mm Ultron F/2 and the Voigtlander 50mm F/1.2 Nokton for the Leica M-mount. But let’s throw yet another twist. The two lenses were tested entirely on film.

To be specific? CineStill 800. So, how do these lenses perform?

We’ll let you be the judge of that! *EXIF data of the shots were all recorded manually.

Host – Bobby Tonelli Camera – Soon Kai Hong Producer – Soon Kai Hong Editor – Soon Kai Hong To know more about Voigtlander To know more about the Voigtlander 35mm F/2 Ultron… To know more about the Voigtlander 50mm F/1.2 Nokton… Leica Q2 Hands On: The Moment You’ve Been Waiting For… Leica CL Review: Our Updated Take for 2019 with More Lenses!… Leica M10-D Review: An Old-School Digital Camera… Check out Bobby Tonelli Follow us on Facebook – Instagram – Credits Music – Thanks to RiceBall Photography for providing us with the lenses, and Camera Assembly for scanning of the films RiceBall Photography… Camera Assembly…

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