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The Zeiss 15mm f2.8 Milvus ZE for Canon is a super-wide-angle, high-quality lens with an angle of view of 110° that is designed to prevent chromatic aberration and colour fringes. It is made up of 15 optical elements in 12 groups, which include two aspheric lenses, special glass materials with exceptional partial dispersion, and a floating elements design.
Perfect for landscape and architectural applications, the Zeiss 18mm f2.8 Milvus ZE for Canon is a super-wide-angle lens that features a minimum focus distance of 0.25m, special seals to protect against dust and splashes, and a construction that consists of 14 optical elements in 12 groups. Its specialist T* antireflective coating and black lens edges ensure
The Zeiss 21mm f2.8 Milvus ZE super wide-angle lens is ideal for capturing sweeping landscapes, street, architecture and breathtaking scenery. Thanks to its maximum aperture of f/2.8 and practically distortion-free construction, this wide-angle lens is perfect for beautiful image compositions of great diversity, dramatic contrast and vivid colours. The
The Zeiss 25mm F1.4 Milvus ZF.2 Lens is a wide-angle, manual focus prime designed for Canon full-frame DSLRs. Its weather-sealed construction and bright f1.4 aperture make it ideal for a variety of conditions and applications including landscapes, astrophotography and architecture, whilst its T* antireflective coating keeps ghosting and flare to a minimum
The ZEISS Milvus 1.4/35 is particularly suitable for portrait photography thanks to its speed. With a wide 35 mm focal length, this lens opens up a world of possibilities. From making your portrait subject stand out against the background to capturing high-precision architectural detail and detailed landscape photography – the choice is yours.
The Zeiss 35mm f2 Milvus ZE lens is a moderate wide-angle lens that is ideal for capturing all scenes in their full natural brilliance - nothing will escape its attention, even in poor light. Its compact design and fast, precise focusing make the lens particularly suitable for photojournalism. And thanks to its high performance and versatility, it is always
This focal length is the ideal tool for imaging real-life situations - whether it is the hustle and bustle of a busy road, the intimacy of a portrait or the wonders of nature. It is always in quest of those real and unadulterated perspectives. The Zeiss 50mm f1.4 Milvus ZE lens is a versatile focal length that meets even the highest standards.
The subject stands out with astounding clarity against a background that vanishes masterfully in the soft bokeh of the image composition. The highly precise, manual focus of the Zeiss 85mm f1.4 Milvus ZE lens lets the observer experience every single detail.
Enjoy a big picture of the tiny world: the Zeiss 50mm f2 Makro-Planar Milvus ZE lens can even transport you to the cosmos mirrored in a small drop of water. As a macro lens, it is the perfect solution for the close range. Used as a standard lens, it portrays the world in all its natural perspectives.
Whether in its role as a high-precision reproduction lens for technical applications or as a traditional, moderate tele-lens for portraits with shallow depth of field, the Zeiss 100mm f2 Makro-Planar Milvus ZE lens allows you to delve into both worlds.
Perfect for medium-distance portrait photography, the high-speed Zeiss 135mm f2 Milvus ZF.2 for Canon features an Apo-Sonnar design with 11 elements in 8 groups, delivering superb colour correction and rendition. Its large aperture produces beautiful bokeh, and makes it ideal for use in low-light conditions. Suitable for any environment, its special seals
With an angle of view of 110°, the Zeiss 15mm f2.8 Milvus ZF.2 for Nikon is a super-wide-angle, high-quality lens. Designed to prevent chromatic aberration and colour fringes, it is made up of 15 optical elements in 12 groups which include two aspheric lenses, special glass materials with exceptional partial dispersion, and a floating elements design. A