TTartisan is bringing its 90mm F1.25 lens, previously only available for Leica M mount cameras, to five other lens mounts. Now, the ultrafast prime will be available for Canon RF, Fujifilm GFX, Leica L, Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems.
As with the M-mount version, all five versions for other mounts are constructed of 11 elements in seven groups, including two high-refractive elements. Other features include a 77mm front filter thread, a 10-blade aperture diaphragm, an aperture range of F1.25 through F16, a clicked aperture ring and it has a minimum focusing distance of 1m (3.3’).
While TTartisan is offering it for GFX-mount cameras, the company does note the Fujifilm GFX-mount version has a decent bit of vignetting around the edges, as visible from the image below:
The manual-focus lenses all measure 81mm in diameter and the length ranges from 96mm for the Fujifilm GFX-mount to 107mm for the Nikon Z-mount with the weight of the lenses coming in around 1kg (2.2lbs). Below is a sample gallery of images taken with the lens, provided by TTartisan:
The TTartisan 90mm F1.25 is available through Pergear’s online shop for $435, a $305 decrease from the price of the Leica M-mount version (which is still available and retails for $740.
This article comes from DP Review and can be read on the original site.