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We have a ton of 50mm E-mount lenses but I guess very few of you would ever consider this one from Voigtlander. From the pure specs point of view it’s nothing exciting. But this is a “Lnathar” lens which means it’s meant to be a lens with superb resolution. Lenstip tested the new Voigtlander 50mm FE lens and concluded:
The Voigtlander Apo Lanthar 35 mm f/2 Aspherical, tested by us not so long ago, was an outstanding lens. At that time it was difficult to imagine a better performance. Its 50 mm brother, though, showed clearly that it is completely possible to fare even better – it managed to achieve an excellent or outstanding result practically in every testing category, apart from vignetting.
Even the Voigtlander’s Apo Lanthar 2/50 high price tag, amounting to about $1050, is not able to change our favorable assessment of this lens; in this case we feel such a high quality is worth paying for. When a lens comes with a long list of assets and is practically devoid of flaws we always grant it our ‘Editors’ Choice’ badge. We feel the Voigtlander fully deserves it.
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Dpreview published the full Zeiss ZX1 review and concluded:
The ZX1, as the result of such a venture, was always unlikely to be as polished as the tried-and-true designs we’re accustomed to seeing (which are often finely honed from decades of ergonomic design experience and user feedback). But the ZX1 succeeds in making an impression. It’s striking. So while I can’t wholeheartedly recommend that the ZX1 is the fixed-lens compact camera that everyone should rush out and buy, it will, for the right person, spark joy and reward them with excellent image quality and a singular user experience. Exclusivity, after all, carries a different price tag for everyone.