Phase One Expands XT Rodenstock Lens Range

Phase One Expands XT Rodenstock Lens Range

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New York, NY—Phase One announced a new lens roadmap for its XT lens range. Part of Phase One’s XT camera system, the current XT Rodenstock lens lineup is set to expand. In 2020, Phase One will release three lenses for the XT: a 50mm, which will ship in May; and a 90mm as well as a telephoto lens.

“Our commitment and partnership with Rodenstock continue to deliver the incredible quality and precision demanded by the XT camera system,” the company announced.

Phase One XT Rodenstock Lens Range

XT – HR Digaron-W 50mm f/4

The XT – Rodenstock HR Digaron-W 50mm f/4 is a balance of a “normal” focal length perspective and wide-angle aesthetic. As a result, it provides a close equivalent to human vision. Moreover, with a large image circle and apochromatic design, the lens is ideal for all scenarios. It is a “do it all” lens solution for the XT camera system.

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Phase One XT – HR Digaron-W 50mm f/4

The 50mm lens offers an 84° angle of view and an aperture range of f/4–22. It also employs an ultrafine manual focus system and a 67mm filter thread.

Furthermore, the lens’s applications include architectural and landscape stitching, due to its 90mm image circle. What’s more, its aprochromatic design makes it an option for high-contrast interior and architecture photography.

XT – HR Digaron-SW 90mm f/5.6

Phase One’s XT – Rodenstock HR Digaron-SW 90mm f/5.6 lens boasts the largest image circle of any XT Rodenstock lens. The large 120mm image circle and distortion-free focal length are perfect for large panoramic as well as four-panel architectural stitching.

In addition, it features a 67º angle of view; a f/5.6–22 aperture range; and a 72mm filter thread. It also has an ultrafine manual focus system.

XT – Rodenstock Telephoto

The XT – Rodenstock telephoto lens solution will be added in the near future. Several options are under

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