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KIPON Release Full-Frame Third-Party Lenses For Nikon Z & Canon EOS R

KIPON has announced that they now have 5 lenses available for the Canon EOS R and Nikon Z cameras.

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KIPON Lenses For Canon EOS R and Nikon Z cameras

 

KIPON has announced that several lenses, from a third-party lens manufacturer, are now available for the Canon EOS R as well as the Nikon Z7 and Z6 cameras. 

The manual focus lenses will be available from the end of December 2018 in the following focal lengths (and at the following prices):

  • 24mm/f2.4 - $499 
  • 35mm/f2.4 - $468
  • 50mm/f2.4 - $325
  • 75mm/f2.4 - $355
  • 90mm/f2.4 - $386

(Via Mirrorless Rumors)

 

KIPON Lenses For Canon EOS R and Nikon Z cameras

KIPON Lenses For Canon EOS R and Nikon Z cameras

KIPON Lenses For Canon EOS R and Nikon Z cameras


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Comments


10 Dec 2018 9:55PM
These Kipon Elegant lenses are rebranded and re-mounted versions of the HandeVision IBERIT 24, 35, 50, 75 and 90mm f/2.4 lenses currently available in Fujifilm X, Leica L, Leica M and Sony E mounts.

HandeVision is (was?) a joint-venture between the German company IB/E optics GmbH and the Chinese company Shanghai Transvision Photographic Equipment Co., Ltd, better known under their Kipon trademark

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JackAllTog Plus
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11 Dec 2018 1:40PM
Hi Mistral75 - good post on this and CR forum - it explains how they can produce so many primes so quickly - without Autofocus electronics I guess its easy to make just the new bayonet mount.

I'd still like ePZ to get to review the 24 & 90mm, of course Kipon would need to hire an EOS-r for the review too.
I'm assuming these lenses are longer than they need be if they are just repackaged older lenses.

Kudos to them for being first though as i'd not heard of them before.
11 Dec 2018 2:08PM

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I'm assuming these lenses are longer than they need be if they are just repackaged older lenses.

(...) i'd not heard of them before.


Not that longer since the HandeVision Iberit lenses were designed for short-registered mounts, the one having the longest flange focal distance being the Leica M mount (27.95mm vs 20mm for the Canon RF mount and 16mm for the Nikon F mount).

The Kipon brand is well known for their adapters.

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