15,771 Olympus H Zuiko Auto S 42 mm F1.2 lenses were manufactured between 1966 and 1971. All but 2435 were sold with the Olympus Pen-FT camera body. They originally retailed at $99.95 (see the Olympus specifications below), but now fetch more than $500.00 on the used market.
at 270 grams, able to fully cover the APS-C sensor, I think this may be the smallest, lightest superspeed lens made with a working aperture. the advantage of the Pen-F lenses (there are a number of very good ones) over rangefinder lenses for the nex is the close focus, which is .35.