The new neutron deficient nuclide 195Rn and the nuclide 196Rn have been produced in fusion evaporation reactions using 56Fe ions on 142Nd targets. A gas-filled recoil separator was used to separate the fusion products from the scattered beam. The activities were implanted in a position sensitive silicon detector. The isotopes were identified using spatial and time correlations between implants and decays. Two α decaying isomeric states, with Eα=7536(11) keV [T1/2=(6+3-2) ms] for the ground state and Eα=7555(11)keV [T1/2=(5+3-2) ms] for an isomeric state were identified in 195Rn. In addition, the half-life and α decay energy of 196Rn were measured with improved precision. The reduced widths deduced for the neutron deficient even-mass Rn isotopes suggest an onset of substantial deformation at N=110.