Reviews and Problems with Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 2,8/21 ZE
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Zeiss 21 mm. f/2.8 Prime
Michael Flaherty, Amazon
22 August 2015
Summary: Here is an initial impression on this lens. I've been using it for a few weeks on almost a daily basis, but still I really think most reviews are done with insufficient use of the product. So this is my "first take". It' s my 2nd Zeiss; have the 50 mm. f/1.4 also, which I love.
Summary: This lens is just wide enough for me for wide shots. The 15mm and 18mm bend the image too much for video. It's very sharp and has a very loose focal ring. I do however wish it was a 1.4 or 2.0.
Summary: This is a premium piece of glass. I'm not really sure what adjectives to use in order to emphasize how amazing this lens is. This is one of the best lenses that you will ever own. Construction: It's a top quality, all metal construction with a truly elegant design.
Excerpt: I haven't had the lens long enough to thoroughly evaluate it, but from what I've seen so far, it's amazing. What I noticed immediately was the wonderful color saturation. The clarity is sparkling. I am taking this to Yellowstone in a few weeks. I love this lens.
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Rugged, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This is not a very versatile lens but what it does do is deliver super sharp, clear images. Build quality is excellent.Lens flar and sunstar are terrible and you can forget taking stich shots for panos etc.
Summary: I rented this lens for 2 weeks during a photography road trip to the Midwest and it did not disappoint. My main requirement was sharpness and in that respect the Zeiss delivered the goods. The good points out weighed the bad points but please read my blog to see example photos and my full review.
Summary: Used in a long featured film with a canon 5d mk3 and works fantastic¡¡ something I really like is that the infinite focus is at the end of the focus wheel, clear and crisp images, I will buy the others of the series¡¡ it is like a tank¡¡ works great¡¡¡ does not distort to much at the edges, in the...
The ultimate wide angle lens for full-frame cameras.
David Siegfried, Amazon
24 March 2013
Summary: This is it. The One. This is the magical "just right" wide angle lens that every serious 35mm landscape photographer *must* have in his or her kit. It's not so crazy wide that it reduces everything way down in the far horizon, capturing mostly massive sky and foreground, but wide enough that it...