The first is the Voigtlander Ultron Vintage Line 35mm F2 Aspherical Type II VM for Leica M mount camera systems and the other is the Voigtlander Apo-Lanthar 35mm F2 Aspherical VM lens for Leica M and Sony E mount camera systems.
For those who read German, Voigtländer Germany already has write-ups on all new releases:
I'm posting this here because the new 35mm Utron f/2 II and the 35mm APO-Lanthar f/2 are real interest; the latter is also available for Sony E mount.
I'm glad to see that the Ultron II is just a cosmetic overhaul - or option, rather - and doesn't bring anything new to the table optically. No additional GAS for me. However, for the Leica traditionalist crowd, this is big: The new lens sports - a focusing tab!
As things stand, the APO-Lanthar is big, but not massive. If it performs anything like its 50mm brother, it'll be a hard lens to resist ... Of course, the same is true for the 35mm version. This may shape up to be a major entry on the market for people who crave the best possible technical IQ in 35mm land - at less than a third of the bulk of the coveted 35mm behemoths out there.