Viltrox powered by Rollei
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
At Rollei, we offer you a wide variety Viltrox brand lenses at. For example, you will find various focal lengths for the following mounts from different camera manufacturers in our range. These include Sony E, Canon EF, Nikon Z and Fuji X mount cameras .
But don't let the great price fool you! Because you will see that the inexpensive optics are compared to their originals Sharpness, detail and bokeh in no way inferior.
Lenses in comparison
So that you can get a further overview of how high quality the lenses are and how high the quality of the results you can achieve with them, we have various test reports from professional photographers for you. For example, photographer Stephan Wiesner tested them for us and compared them with lenses from well-known manufacturers. You will surely be impressed by its results. You can find more information about the test and the videos on our blog.
Fast prime lenses
With an aperture of 1.4 or 1.8, the Viltrox lenses are, for example, absolutely ideal for taking portraits.
The fast and noiseless autofocus is not only particularly suitable for photos but also for video recordings and provides you with a sharp image of the subject.
If you want to give your motifs the finishing touches, you can rely on the Viltrox lenses here too. Because with their different fixed focal lengths, they create an absolutely pretty bokeh.
With lens adapters from Viltrox, you can easily use lenses from one camera manufacturer with cameras from the other manufacturer, creating a crossover product, so to speak. That way, you don't have to get rid of your lenses or cameras, you can just keep using them..
The Viltrox adapters naturally support autofocus and their completely robust aluminum alloy ensures a particularly long service life.
Speedboosters enable you to use a higher light intensity and a lower focal length for your full-frame lens. On a camera with a smaller sensor such as MFT system cameras that reduce the crop factor.n.
What it means to use a full frame lens on a camera with an APS-C sensor
A Full frame lens on a Camera with APS-C sensor screwing is not a problem. You have to imagine that the overall diameter of the image circle must be larger than the diagonal of the sensor. If so, then your image is fully exposed. That's why you can Full frame lenses (FX) very good with smaller sensors use. How much larger the diameter is in relation to the sensor is known as the crop factor. Crop means at this point that the image will be cropped.
If the image circle is smaller than the image sensor, for example if you take an APS-C lens and combine it with a full-frame sensor, then the full-frame sensor picks up more of the image, which the lens cannot see, so to speak . Therefore, this outer area of the image cannot be completely exposed, so that the corners of the image are only displayed as a dark area in the final image. Therefore, this variant is not advisable at all.