TTartisan has announced the details of the 40mm F2.8 Macro, a forthcoming 1:1 macro lens for various APS-C camera systems.
TTartisan says the manual lens is constructed of eight elements in seven groups, including two low-dispersion elements. Few additional details are provided in the video, but based on the images of the lens shown in the video, the lens will have an aperture range of F2.8 through F16, have a 52mm front filter thread and have a minimum focusing distance of 17cm (6.7”).
TTartisan hasn’t shared what the suggested price will be, nor where it will be available to purchase, but does confirm it will be available for Canon EOS M, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z and Sony E mount APS-C camera systems.
If you’re feeling lucky, you can try to guess the price of the lens in the comments of the above YouTube teaser video; first to do so will get the lens for free when it’s released. You can keep up with the latest TTartisan releases on TTartisan’s website, as well as its online shop.
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