Reviews and Problems with Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 2/35 ZK
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Andras L., Adorama
8 October 2015
Excerpt: I am glad that I choose this 35mm lens among many others. It is sharp, its rendering is very nice, gives nice and consistent details on the entire lens. Also, since it is built well, the lens is a pong time investment. I replaced the front lens cap immediately.
Excerpt: First allow me to state my concerns going into this purchase. I read a lot of reviews and articles regarding the lens and the comparisons it had against other lenses. My two main apprehensions were 1) The crop factor on my 7D â€“ many people are of the persuasion that it is not appropriate to use...
Excerpt: Had it for a week but returned it. Took about 200 photos and compared them to a Sigma 18-50 f/2.8 EX. Tested with sigma SD14. I took photos at different apertures of 4 motives:- flower closeup (zeiss slightly better, almost no difference)- a bike (no difference)- backyard (sigma better)-...
Excerpt: On a 1.6x crop sensor it's tack sharp corner to corner at f2.0 with little doubt it could do the same on full frame. Its ALL metal construction makes it a work of art in itself. Very reminiscent to Hasselblad V-lenses. Buttery smooth and extremely accurate manual focusing.