Voigtländer APO-Lanthar 110mm F2.5 Macro Image Gallery
March 23rd, 2020
I’ve owned the outstanding Voigtländer APO-Lanthar 65mm F2 Macro for several years now, and was intrigued with Voigtländer announced the Voigtländer APO-Lanthar 110mm F2.5 Macro lens. My access to Voigtländer lenses in Canada is limited, so I jumped on a unique opportunity to review the 110mm and 40mm F1.2 lenses. Unlike the 65mm (which is just a 1:2 or “half-size” macro), the 110mm F2.5 is a full 1:1 Macro. If it shows the incredible sharpness, contrast, and color of the 65mm, it will be a truly special lens. The 110mm F2.5 is a fully manual lens, though it does have electronic contacts and operates essentially like the Zeiss Loxia series lenses on Sony FE (full frame E-mount). I’m expecting great things optically from this lens, and will be reporting to you both on the optical performance and also how it handles in the real world. Is it a usable lens despite being manual focus? I’ll be reviewing the Voigtländer 110mm F2.5 Macro on my Sony a7RIII and Sony a9 bodies, and you can see photos from both cameras below. Stay tuned for my ongoing coverage.
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Images of the Voigtländer 110mm F2.5 Macro
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