Focus Studio has released two TTArtisan 35mm F1.4 ASPH and TTArtisan 11mm F2.8 Fisheye lenses for Leica M mount rangefinder digital cameras.
TTArtisan 11mm F2.8 Fisheye
Manual fish eye lens for the Leica M camera with an ultra-wide 180° angle of view. The optical design consists of 11 elements in 7 groups, of which 1 ED element is made of special glass with low dispersion and 4 lenses with a high refractive index and low dispersion. Another feature is that it can take high-quality photos and high-resolution videos from f2.8 wide aperture, according to the manufacturer.
Among other characteristics – the minimum focusing distance of 0.17 m and 7 Diaphragm blades contributes an entirely new perspective on any shoot. The filter cannot be installed.
The lens dimensions are Ø67 x 78 mm, and weight is about 440 g. A special viewfinder is included in the kit. The price of the TTArtisan 11mm F2.8 Fisheye lens is $369 and it can be purchased through Amazon.com.[amazon box=”B0811K4X4Z” /]
- Mount: Leica M
- Focus Type: manual
- Lens Type: fixed-non-zoom
- Maximum Aperture: F2.8
- Maximum Focal Length: 11mm
- Minimum Aperture: F16
- Minimum Focal Length: 11mm
- Number of Diaphragm Blades: 7
- Number of Elements: 11
- Number of Groups: 7
- Zoom Type: Fixed
- Full Frame Available: Yes
- Dimensions: 78 x 67mm
- Weight: 439g
TTArtisan 35mm F1.4 ASPH
This lens is characterized by soft bokeh and sharpness with an open aperture, using a wide aperture lens with F/1.4. The optical design includes 8 elements in 7 groups, of which 1 ASPH aspherical glass elements and 3 with a high refractive index and low dispersion.
TTArtisan 35mm F1.4 ASPH supports the self-tuning of the rangefinder when using Leica M cameras. The minimum shooting distance is 0.7 m. We also note 10 diaphragm blades in the optical design.[Also see Leica SL2 full-frame Mirrorless Camera]
The diameter of the filter thread is 49 mm. It measures Ø55 x 73 mm and weighs about 410 g. There is also a silver version of the 35mm F1.4 ASPH model that will go on sale from January 15, 2020.