REVIEW: Voigtländer Vitoret
Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2012-08-07
Lens: Voigtländer Vaskar 50mm f/2.8
Focus: Infinit to 1m (3.5ft)
Aperture: f/2.8 - 22
2 bladed aperure
Shutter: 1/125s to 1/30s plus a Bulb setting
Light meter: None
Flash: sync connection
Takes standard 135 film
24×36 mm negative size.
Very simple but good size and bright.
First shots are a bit overexposed and have more grain.
Analogue B&W film
Not extremely sharp wide open but i would say good enough.
Not that serve corner softness which is mostly gone by f/5.6 and the lens is great from here on.
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f/2.8 - f/4 - f/5.6 - f/8 - f/11 - f/16 - f/22
Very good and have a very solid feel.
This is the simplest version of the Vitoret cameras and that really shows in the specs.
A shutter with time from 1/125s to 1/30s is not very impressive.
Two aperture blade which makes a square which can make some odd looking bokeh and flare.
The view finder is very simple but good size and brigt, also in scale 1:1 which is nice.
Okey image quality wide open and is good from f/5.6.
Few shutter speeds
Two bladed aperture
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