Zeiss Lenses

Zeiss Apo Sonnar 135mm f2 review

01 Aug 2016 Thomas

The Zeiss 135mm f2.0 Apo Sonnar is one of the best 135/2.0 lenses available. It delivers beautiful-looking images with crisp contrast and very fine resolution across the board, even with the aperture opened to f2.0. And this performance is coupled with a tank-like build-quality. But the price-tag of 1800 USD/EUR means that any negative aspects of this lens come under…

Zeiss Otus 28mm f1.4 review

16 Feb 2016 Thomas

The Zeiss 28mm f1.4 Otus is a unique lens. It is the only current f1.4 28mm lens for full-frame bodies and it delivers beautiful-looking images and superb quality across the board, even with the aperture opened to f1.4. This performance coupled with the tank-like build-quality and new design support Zeiss' claim to have developed and manufactured the best wide-angle…

Zeiss Otus 85mm f1.4 review

25 Oct 2014 Thomas

The Zeiss 85mm f1.4 Otus is a worthy member of what has already become a legendary line-up. It delivers beautiful-looking images and superb quality across the board, even with the aperture opened to f1.4. This performance coupled with the tank-like build-quality and new design support Zeiss' claim to have developed and manufactured the best short telephoto lens for DSLRs.…

Zeiss Otus 55mm f1.4 review

05 Feb 2014 Thomas

The Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus is a standard lens with ambitious goals and a price tag to match, claiming to offer 'truly spectacular, world-class performance without compromise'. Announced in 2012, but only released in November 2013, it certainly took a long time to complete. …

Zeiss Touit 32mm f1.8

14 May 2013 Gordon Laing

Zeiss Touit 32mm f1.8 review in progress The Carl Zeiss Touit 32mm f1.8 is a standard prime lens designed for mirror-less system cameras. It's available in two versions for either the Sony NEX or Fujifilm X-mounts, and when fitted to either…

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