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Carl Zeiss Distagon wide angle lens

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-10-09 16:11:00
Carl Zeiss Distagon wide angle lens : A high-speed, wide-angle lens complements the advanced SLR lenses from Carl Zeiss for analog and digital 35 mm single lens reflex cameras. With an aperture of 1:2.0 and 28 mm focal length, the Distagon T 2/28 lens is the ideal bridge between the existing wideangle lenses with 25 mm and 35 mm focal lengths. It is available as the Distagon T 2/28 ZF for cameras with the F bayonet and Distagon T 2/28 ZK for cameras with a K mount. This lens is among the most highspeed optics for these focal lengths and is thus ideally suited for taking pictures in unfavorable lighting conditions. The Carl Zeiss wide angle lens provides demanding photographers with a creative, top-class tool with lasting value.


Carl Zeiss SLR Lenses for K Bayonet

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-01 11:03:00
Carl Zeiss SLR Lenses for K Bayonet : Carl Zeiss offers its premium lenses for 35mm SLR cameras for an additional camera connector: the K bayonet. This lens series is sold under the ZK name. Until now, the manually focusable SLR lenses were only available for the F bayonet (ZF) and the M42 screw threads (ZS). SLR lenses from Carl Zeiss are known for their outstanding image quality and precise, long-lasting mechanical parts. For the design of its lenses, Carl Zeiss draws on more than 100 years of experience in camera optics and current developments from the production of high-quality lenses for cinematography. Cine lenses from Carl Zeiss have been used in numerous major productions such as The Lord of the Rings and Perfume.


Zeiss camera lenses for M42 Mount

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-08 19:21:00
Camera lenses for M42 Mount from Carl Zeiss : Carl Zeiss AG announces two lenses for the ‘universal’ M42 lens mount. The Distagon T* 2.8/25 ZS and Distagon T* 2/35 ZS wide-angle lenses join the Planar T* 1.4/50 ZS, released in 2006. Both lenses are scheduled to begin shipping in May, 2007. The wide-angle ZS-lenses share identical specifications and performance to their ZF-counterparts for the Nikon F-mount. Like all the lenses in the Zeiss ZF-/ZS-line, they feature a durable, full metal precision mount and engraved scales. The 9-blade iris has precise stops in 1/2 steps and a ‘bokeh’ effect. The Distagon T* 2.8/25 ZS features an extreme close-up potential with a minimum object distance of only 6 cm from the front lens element.


Wide Angle ZM lenses from Carl Zeiss

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-08 19:20:00
Wide Angle ZM lenses from Carl Zeiss : Announced at Photokina 2006, Carl Zeiss AG has released the pricing and the official launch date for the Distagon T* 4/18 ZM and C Biogon T* 4.5/21 ZM lenses. Tailor-made for the Zeiss Ikon rangefinder camera and other cameras with Leica M-bayonet, both lenses are based on sophisticated optical designs from Carl Zeiss and provide high image definition in high purity colors - without flare and ghosting. They cover the full 24x36mm format and are suitable for both analog and digital photography. Even with digital sensors in a smaller format, they still cover very wide field angles. Both lenses are remarkably compact and light and are therefore ideal for travel, landscape and ‘street’ photography.


Fascination digiscoping compact handbook

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-04-30 20:40:00
Fascination digiscoping compact handbook : With a comprehensive, compact handbook, Carl Zeiss Sports Optics is taking up a trend that has provided nature watching with a new fascination: digiscoping. For anyone who has already acquired an appetite for digital photography with the spotting scope, these 48 pages offer equipment, techniques, tips and further information. Also, anyone wanting to find out more about the unusual new term can discover the world of experience concealed behind digiscoping here. The digiscoping handbook from Carl Zeiss particularly applies to the topics of photographing techniques. It is available for free and can be obtained from ZEISS photography or hunting partners, the optician’s or from Carl Zeiss Sports.


Carl Zeiss spotting scope

Dennis Hissink : 2007-01-29 06:02:00
Carl Zeiss spotting scope : Carl Zeiss Sports Optics has developed an ideal solution for observing nature at high magnification and taking photographs at the same time. The camera-eyepiece DC4 for observation and documentation in combination with Zeiss spotting scopes that is being presented at Photokina 2006 is a unique blend of the possibilities of modern binocular systems and camera technology. It increases the versatility of the Zeiss Diascope 65 FL and Diascope 85 FL spotting scopes to include documentation capabilities of unrivalled convenience and consistent precision. This innovation enables the increasingly popular digiscoping, digital photography through a spotting scope, in unprecedented quality.






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