Earlier this year, Voigtlander announced its very first set of native E-mount primes with electronic contacts: the 10mm f/5.6 Hyper Wide Heliar, 12mm f/5.6 Ultra Wide Heliar, and 15mm f/4.5 Super Wide Heliar.
While the 10mm is a brand new lens and claims the title of the widest rectilinear lens in existence, the 12mm and 15mm are remakes of the popular M-mount versions.
We recently we had the chance to review them individually on MirrorLessons, but since we happened to have all three on hand at the same time, I grabbed the opportunity to compare them side-by-side as well. Let’s get started!
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