Carl Zeiss introduces the new Distagon T* 2,8/15 super wide angle lens.
The Distagon T* 2,8/15 offers "an extra-large angle of view of 110 degrees in combination with a fast f/2.8 aperture," which, says Carl Zeiss, will cater to landscape and architectural photographers' needs.
"Thanks to the extreme angle of view of the lens, the fore- and background can be creatively emphasized in landscape and architecture photography," says Carl Zeiss in a statement. "These applications will also benefit from the large depth-of-field, which provides a wide range of image sharpness from close-up up to infinity."
The lens is composed of 15 glass elements in 12 groups, including two aspheric lenses, has a minimum focussing distance of 25cm, and uses anti-reflective coating a "special light absorbing paint" to reduce stray light aberrations and reflections.
The lens will be available at a retail price of €2,148 +VAT.
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