The TTArtisan 90mm f/1.25 FF Rangefinder Lens is the latest offering from the bespoke optics company. The 90mm f/1.25 is available in Sony E, Nikon Z, Canon RF, Fuji GFX, Leica L, and Hasselblad X1D mounts. This lens was previously only available in Leica M mount.
This all-manual operation lens doesn’t feature a clickless aperture and that is something you need to be aware of if you plan on using it for video.
The lens weighs in at 1013g / 2.23 lb and it is fairly compact in length. The lens has a front filter diameter of 77mm and the minimum close focusing distance is 1m / 3.28ft.
According to TTArtisan, the lens features 4 sets of Achromatic Doublets that are claimed to help minimize chromatic aberration while maintaining resolution performance. The optical design of the lens consists of 11 elements in 7 groups. It also has 10 aperture blades.
The 90mm f/1.25 also features a detachable and reversible lens hood design.
There is also a tripod mounting hole on the bottom of the lens.
As you would expect for a range finder lens, it supports the macular focusing of Leica/Voigtlander/Minolta and other paraxial m-port cameras.
The TTArtisan 90mm f/1.25 FF Rangefinder Lens reatils for $435 USD.