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Zeiss ZF lenses for the Nikon F mount

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-02 21:00:51
Zeiss ZF lenses : At the Photokina Zeiss announced four new Zeiss ZF lenses for the Nikon F Mount. Showcased behind glass, and we almost missed them, two new wide-angle lenses with Nikon F Mount. The new Distagon T* 2/35 ZF and the Distagon T* 2,8/25 cover full 35mm frame and can be used on both analog and digital SLRs. The Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZF is a versatile all-round lens with moderate wide-angle coverage and high speed, a classical standard for photojournalistic work. Due to its high performance this lens can capture very detailed scenes with high accuracy and information content. The Zeiss Distagon T* 2,8/25 is a lens with pronounced wide-angle characteristics. It excels in dynamic architecture, landscape, and travel photography.


Zeiss STL Sonnar T* 4/1700 lens

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-13 22:45:20
Zeiss STL Sonnar T* 4/1700 lens Never before has the world of photography seen such a lens. Developed for long distance wildlife photography this supertele lens provides 21x magnification. In search of the highest imaginable image quality the client decided for 6x6 medium format and the Hasselblad 203 FE as the best camera he is aware of. At 1700 mm focal length and a speed of f/4 this lens put requirements on optical glas, lens assembly and quality assurance methods, never before encountered in photo lens manufacture. This 256 kg behemoth also required Carl Zeiss to develop totally new ways of operating a telephoto lens, including servo controlled aiming and focusing.


Zeiss Ikon SW

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-21 01:44:00
Zeiss Ikon SW : The Zeiss Ikon SW is the 35mm precision camera for uncompromising superwide photographers. Its lens mount takes any lens with M bayonet, in particular the Zeiss high performance superwide-angle lenses Distagon T* 2.8/15mm ZM and the Biogon T* types from the Zeiss ZM range. An accessory shoe directly above the lens takes the corresponding superwide Viewfinder. A second shoe is built in to take a flash, a bubble level or other accessory. The electronically controlled metal focal plane shutter offers speeds ranging from 1/2000 sec. - 8 sec. in automatic mode (AE-lock is available) and 1/2000 - 1 sec. + B in manual mode. Fastest flash synchro speed of the Zeiss Ikon SW camera is 1/125 sec.


Zeiss Ikon camera case

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-21 01:42:00
Zeiss Ikon camera case : Now there is a genuine leather ever-ready case available for Zeiss Ikon cameras. It protects the camera and any of the lenses from 21 to 50mm against normal shock, vibration, rain splashes during transport and while the camera is not in service. However, the bottom part of the case may remain on the camera while shooting, as the front flap is simply and quickly flipped open, or can be easily detached and reattached. The camera is securely screwed into the case. The Zeiss Ikon ever-ready case is made of high-quality genuine black leather with internal black velvet lining. Shipping starts October 2006, list price will be 125 EUR without VAT.


Zeiss Ikon Side Grip

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-08-21 01:40:00
Zeiss Ikon Side Grip : The Zeiss Ikon Side Grip makes right-hand gripping and holding the Zeiss Ikon rangefinder or SW camera easier and safer. It also offers a standard ¼” tripod bushing exactly under the optical axis. The Zeiss Ikon Side Grip is made of a special durable synthetic material with a low weight of only 38 grams (1.4 oz.). The Zeiss Ikon Side Grip will be available from October 2006 for 75 EUR (not including VAT). Carl Zeiss is a leading international group of companies operating worldwide in the optical and opto-electronic industry. Carl Zeiss AG is headquartered in Oberkochen, Germany.


Carl Zeiss Research Award for perfect lens materials

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-06-21 00:14:00
Carl Zeiss Research Award for perfect lens materials : Today, Martin Wegener and Kurt Busch are being honored with the Carl Zeiss Research Award 2006. With their work, the two scientists from the University of Karlsruhe have added decisive momentum to the fields of three-dimensional photonic crystals and optical metamaterials. The Carl Zeiss Research Award is seen as one of the most renowned prizes in the field of optics and is worth 25,000 euros. It was presented for the ninth time this year. Kurt Busch’s contributions to the theory of light propagation in structured materials and Martin Wegener’s experimental approaches have considerably enhanced the possibilities for the production of the three-dimensional photonic crystals.


Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* DT 16-80mm zoom lens

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-06-11 18:08:00
Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* DT 16-80mm zoom lens : The Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* DT 16-80mm f/3.5-4.5 zoom lens is the ultimate all-in-one zoom lens designed specifically for DSLR imaging. It’s the first professional-grade 5X zoom lens specifically designed for APS-size CCD image sensors, providing incredible precision in a single compact, easy-to-carry lens that carries you from 24mm wide-angle to 120mm telephoto (35mm equivalent). Advanced Carl Zeiss optical design and anti-flare T* Coating make this one of the most valued lenses in the world of digital photography. Enjoy using the compact, easy-to-carry Carl Zeiss SAL-1680Z lens for your next photography session. Its precise optical design will make it one of your favourites.


Sony Alpha lenses from Carl Zeiss

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-11 13:48:00
Sony Alpha lenses from Carl Zeiss : The scientific expertise of Carl Zeiss in camera optics and the industry-leading position of Sony in the consumer electronics market offer a solid foundation for expanding the existing cooperation in the field of DSC and Camcorders into the field of digital single lens reflex cameras (DSLR). The first Sony DSLR camera with Carl Zeiss inter- changeable lenses is the Sony Alpha 100, also launched today. “We are delighted to expand our collaboration with Sony, the world leader in consumer electronics. We consider this collaboration as an important step into the DSLR market,” comments Dr. Winfried Scherle, General Manager & Vice President Carl Zeiss AG Camera Lens Division.






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