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The Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8 is a moderate tele lens for Sony's full-frame E-mount compact system cameras. The Batis 85mm is a particularly good choice for wedding photography and portrait shots, offering a fast f1.8 aperture which provides plenty of creative scope to bring out the main subject. The lens elements are made from special types of glass and designed
The Zeiss 25mm f2 Batis lens is designed for Sony's alpha range of full-frame E-mount mirrorless system cameras. This wide-angle lens features a sleek, modern design with an electronic display on the barrel to show the focusing distance and the depth of field, which can be easily read in low light. As well as offering fast, quiet and reliable autofocus,
Zeiss’ Batis f/2.8 135mm AF is the first of its focal length for mirrorless full-frame cameras from Sony. With a fast and precise auto-focus as well as Optical Image Stabilisation, this lens comes with all of the bells and whistles expected from Zeiss. Featuring an OLED display for precise depth-of-field visualisation, this lens is lightweight and compact
Thanks to its close focusing distance and fast autofocus, the ZEISS Batis 2/40 CF is ready to capture every unique moment. Its 40mm focal length makes the lens a versatile companion for a whole range of shooting situations. The close focusing distance of 24cm (9.4 inches) and large aperture f/2 enable photographers to integrate the main objects cut-out
The Zeiss 18mm f2.8 lens with Sony E-mount joins the Batis family of full-frame AF lenses with an extremely wide-angle of view and fast f2.8 aperture. Designed for professionals, the lens offers superb image quality across the entire image field and will be of particular interest to photographers who shoot landscapes, cityscapes, architecture and the night
Lightweight and rugged, the Zeiss Terra ED T*8x25's are a pair of travel-friendly binoculars designed for those with a passion for the outdoors. With its maximum optical precision and a hydrophobic multi-coating, the Zeiss Terra will deliver beautiful images with natural colours, even under difficult weather conditions, thanks to its fibreglass-reinforced,
Despite its compact dimensions, the super wide-angle Zeiss 21mm f2.8 Loxia lens offers exceptional image quality across the entire image field of a full-frame sensor. The lens' wide focal length and bright f/2.8 aperture make it a great tool for capturing a wide range of subjects in a variety of conditions, such as architecture, landscapes and travel. The
The Zeiss 32mm f1.8 E Touit Lens Fujifilm X-Mount Fit is a compact AF lens and has been specially made to fit the Fujifilm X compact system cameras that feature an X-mount. This lightweight lens is great for everyday travel photography and is compact enough for you to carry it with you everywhere you go. Its large f1.8 aperture ensures the moment can be
The Zeiss 35mm f2 lens joins the new Loxia range of manual focus lenses and is designed for use with full-frame CSCs using the Sony E-mount, such as the Sony A7 series. The main feature of the Loxia series is the ability to deactivate the ‘click' of the aperture ring by turning a screw on the lens mount (tool supplied to enable this), this will appeal to
The Zeiss Lens Cleaning Set is designed for cleaning lenses and other optics. The Zeiss Lens Cleaning Set includes an Air blower, Dust brush, Lens cleaning solution (30 ml), Microfibre cloth (18 × 18 cm) and 10 moist cleaning wipes.
This soft 30x40cm Zeiss Microfibre Cloth will remove unwanted dust particles, dirt and fingerprints from your optical equipment. The perfect addition to any photographer or filmmaker’s kit bag, this must-have accessory will allow you to keep your equipment clean to ensure you get the highest of picture quality.
The Zeiss 50mm f2 lens is a compact, flexible all-rounder with bright f/2 maximum aperture suitable for a wide range of photography applications, including travel, landscapes, portraiture, night photography and more. The main feature of the Loxia range of lenses is the ability to deactivate the ‘click' of the aperture ring by turning a screw on the lens