New full frame Noktor HyperPrime 50mm f/0.95 lens will probably come in a Nikon mount

Update: the Noktor HyperPrime 50mm f/0.95 lens will come with a Leica M mount.

Few days ago, Noktor tweeted about a new full frame HyperPrime 50mm f/0.95 lens that is currently being tested. The exact mount is not yet known, but I have the feeling that Nikon F-mount will be one of the options. Noktor currently has a poll on their website about a potential 50mm f/0.95 lens for Nikon/Canon mounts. The new lens can be used on mFT and NEX cameras via adapter. The lens will have round aperture opening instead of hexagon shape, slide out hood and a metal ring around the lens. This will be a full frame lens and obviously will be different from the current APS-C version. The marking on the front reads “Made in Japan”.

After it went out of business, the Noktor brand was recently acquired by SLRMagic. You can check all Noktor related news on

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