Zeiss Distagon T f/1.4 35mm (ZE and ZF) Lenses

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Perspective, Hues, and Illumination
Environments are Perfectly Reproduced

Zeiss Distagon T f/1.4 35mm (ZE and ZF) Lens For Nikon and Canon Mounts continues on with the Zeiss 120-year-old tradition of superb optical lenses that are manufactured to withstand professional use. An extremely fast 35mm wide-angle lens that features all the traditional Zeiss optic advantages: accurate manual focus controls with a very large revolving angle, unparalleled management of glaring and wandering light to guarantee bright images of every shot, an aperture that's virtually circular that delivers a well-proportioned bokeh (that hard-to-define quality for out-of-focus eye pleasing locations), plus an all-metal precision robust build.

And everything is at the disposal of Canon, Nikon and M Mount cameras. Extremely fast f/1.4 wide lens for shooting in poor light and for creating impressive bokeh effects, exact focus mechanism with a big rotating angle. Operating a manual focus lens means taking control of the photo using the tips of your fingers. Ergonomics rules. Ultimate glare and wandering light control guarantees dazzling photographs. ZEISS lenses are legendary for their exceptional picture quality they present.

It doesn't matter how much the demand is from the scene, perspective, hues, and illumination environments are perfectly reproduced from corner to corner of the full-frame image composition. A virtually circular aperture provides a congruent bokeh effect in out-of-focus locations. The finely tuned aperture properties guarantee that the results of out-of-focus portions of your images are attractively balanced and the Zeiss T* anti-reflective finish, sophisticated wandering light control, makes for a fantastic lens

An f/1.4 lens is not usually as efficient as the same manufacture's f/1.8 or f/2 lenses, even when both are stopped down to f/5.6. the lens with the wider aperture is heaver and more expensive, so don't choose it as your standard unless you are planning a great deal of photography poor light conditions. There' plenty of reasons for using a wide aperture, but avoid buying a lens with an aperture wider than you need. June 2, 2011 ✓


Very Fast f/1.4 Lens for Low Light
F Bayonet Mount for Canon, Nikon and M Mount Cameras
Precise Focusing Mechanism
Optimum Control of Glare
Harmonious Bokeh in Out-of-Focus Areas
ZEISS T* Anti-Reflective Coating
Excellent Flare Control
Robust All-Metal Precision Mechanics
Sophisticated Stray Light Reduction

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Lens stylePrime lens  
Max Format Size 35mm FF  
Lens focal length35 mm  
Stabilization type No  
Camera mount Canon EF, Nikon F (FX) , M-Mount  
Aperture (lens diaphragm)
Largest aperture opening F1.4  
Smallest aperture opening F16.0  
Includes aperture ring No  
Total Elements 11  
Number of Groups 9  
Minimum focus distance 0.30 m (11.81")  
Maximum magnification ratio 0.2 x  
Autofocus type No  
Full time manual focus Unknown  
Lens distance scale Yes  
Depth of field scale Yes  
Physical features
Overall weight830 g (1.83 lb)  
Lens diameter 78 mm (3.07")  
Overall length 120 mm (4.72")  
Construction materials metal barrel, metal mount  
Sealing No  
Filter thread size 72 mm  
Lens hood included Yes  
Tripod collar included No

Lens Includes

Front and Rear Lens Caps
Lens Shade
2-Year Manufacturer's Warranty


Zeiss Distagon T f/1.4 35mm (ZE and ZF) Lens

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