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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:52 am 
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Hi folks,

It was a close call whether this post should go here or in the "Third party lens" section but this is where I ended up because the kit is so video oriented. For the really serious DSLR videographer, as in $11,000 for three lenses, check out the Zeiss CP.2 Compact Primes. For an easy introduction into how the other half live there's a very accessible video, in HD, here.
Not the sort of kit you'd be strapping on your DSLR for a spot of street photography, perhaps, and that set of seven lenses runs to $24,000 but I guess if you need it then you need it badly enough to pay the price. At least the interchangeable camera mount (PL, EF and F) means the investment can be regarded as pretty future proof. 8)

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Nice little lenses Bob! They're soon available for Sony and micro4/3-mounts as well (link). They aren't cheap though... :)

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 09, 2010 8:51 pm 
It looks like someone just scattered the lenses on there. :lol:


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Zeiss lenses do look spectacular...


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