Cine-Mod® - Voigtlander Nokton



by Duclos  |  MFR #NOKT10.5-MOD

  • Lens sold separately. Cine-Mod is available as an add-on with lens purchase.

    The Cine-Mod® Voigtlander Nokton lenses features a tailored focus gear and standardized front ring. Includes modifications detailed below as well as professional installation by our skilled lens technicians.

    Focus Gear: A seamless 32-pitch focus gear, CNC machined from solid black delrin and tailored to each lens individually for a secure, professional finish. 

    Front Ring: An 80mm front diameter and 77mm filter threads - Our signature professional design, machined from billet aluminum and anodized black for a low-reflection finish. 

    (De-clicking is not included with the Cine-Mod for Nokton primes by default since the Nokton lenses include a factory "de-click" function. However, this factory function does not offer the same professional feel and operation as that of a genuine modification from Duclos Lenses. Please contact us know if you'd like your Nokton lenses to be properly de-clicked along with the rest of the Cine-Mod®). 

  • Duclos Lenses pioneered the Cine-Mod® over a decade ago and has perfected the manufacturing and modification process since then. By adding high-end cinema lens features to smaller, lighter still photography lenses, the Cine-Mod® allows professionals to achieve stunning results with some of the world's most versatile lenses.
  • While some parts of the Cine-Mod® are available as DIY solutions such as our front rings, caps, and mount kits, the focus gears are individually tailored to each lens which requires precision measurements and installation by our skilled technicians. Unfortunately we do not offer our focus gears as a DIY solution. However, as an enthusiastic supporter of makers and crafters around the world, we do offer a wide range of tools, materials, and accessories for DIY mods. Please browse our website for more info.


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