The Voigtlander 10mm f/5.6 Hyperwide Heliar is the widest-angle rectilinear lens in the history of the 24mmx36mm photographic format.
With its 130 degree view, this lens is wider than any non-fisheye full frame lens before it. This opens exciting new possibilities for composition for both still and moving images.
Voigtl_nder E-mount lenses are designed for use on E-mount camera body. The lenses cover the full frame format. They are manually controlled lenses so the user sets focus and aperture - the built-in CPU will transmit the information to the camera body to give the user Exif-data, and depending on the specification of the camera Auto-lens-correction, 5 axis-Image Stabilization as well as Manual-Focus Assist. Aperture is in 1/3 stop increments. The Voigtl_nder E-mount lenses are also equipped with Selective Aperture Control System for use with video recording functions.
|Focal length used on full format camera body||10 mm|
|Minimum aperture||F 22|
|Lens construction||13 elements in 10 groups|
|Angle of view||130_|
|Minimum focus||0,3 m|
|Maximum diameter||67,4 mm|
|Electrical contact: Exif data transfer from lens to camera body for lens correction||available|
|Manual focus assistant||available|
|Others||Lens hood (non-detachable), Pressure fit cap, Rear cap, Selective aperture control system|