The TTartisan has released a new budget manual lens for all popular mounts: Fujifilm X-mount, Micro Four Thirds, Sony E-mount, Canon RF-mount, Canon M-mount, and Nikon Z-mount. The new TTartisan 50mm F0.95 lens is compact and designed for APS-C cameras.
The manufacturer positions the lens as a premium portrait lens with an incredible bokeh effect. In the optical design of the lens, there are 8 elements in 6 groups and a 10-blade diaphragm. The minimum focusing distance of the lens is 0.5m and the angle of view is 32°.
A supported aperture range from F/0.95 to F/16. The diameter of the filters is 62-64 mm (depending on the mount). The weight of the optics is 411 grams.
In June 2020, the TTartisan M50mm F0.95 lens for the Leica M-mount was announced. This lens turned out to be more massive and optically complex than presented today.
Its optical design consists of 11 elements in 8 groups, including 1 aspherical lens, 2 ED elements, and 8 high refractive elements. The aperture of the TTartisan M50mm F/0.95 has 12 blades. The lens can focus from a distance of 120 cm (minimum focusing distance).
Price and availability
TTartisan 50mm F0.95 specifications
- Type: 50mm F0.95
- Optical Design: 8 elements in 6 groups
- Focal length: f=50mm
- Filter Size: 58mm
- Frame: APS-C
- Angle of view: 32°
- Max. aperture: F0.95
- Min. aperture: F16
- Closest focusing distance: 0.5m
- Number of Diaphragm blades: 10
- Mount: E/EOS-M/X/ Z/M43/RF/L
- Weight: approx. 411g
Last year, TTartisan introduced a 90mm F1.25 lens for Canon RF, Fujifilm GFX, Leica L, Nikon Z, Sony E, and Hasselblad X1D cameras previously released only to Leica M mount.
It has an optical design of 11 elements in 7 groups, including 2 high refractive index elements. 77mm filter thread, 10-blade diaphragm, F1.25 to F16 range, click aperture ring, closest focusing distance is 1 m and costs $499 / £449.