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- E Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format/Planar Optical Design
- Aperture Range: f/2 to f/22 with manual Focus Design
- Electronic Interface Transmits Lens Data
- All-Metal Barrel, Engraved Scales
- Weather-Resistant Lens Mount Gasket & Zeiss T* Anti-Reflective Coating
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|Item Dimensions||4.5 x 5.5 x 9 inches|
|Item Weight||0.71 pounds|
|Maximum Focal Length||50 mm|
|Minimum Focal Length||50 mm|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||52 mm|
|Real Angle Of View||39.38 Degrees|
|Shipping Weight||1.5 pounds|
The Zeiss Loxia 50mm f/2 Planar T* Lens for Sony E Mount 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 mount (tool supplied to enable this), this will appeal to the creative individuals who want to capture stills and videos. The 50mm f2 is a manual focus lens designed specifically for use with full-frame compact system cameras that feature a Sony E-mount. Zeiss Loxia 2/50 - The flexible all-rounder A 50mm lens was legendary photographer Cartier Bresson's favorite. The reason is simple: this focal length provides the equivalent field of view of the human eye on a 35mm camera, which makes for a very natural perspective. Compact, light and extremely flexible, the Zeiss Loxia 2/50 shines in the most varied of applications. Regardless of whether it's for street photography, landscapes, portraits or spontaneous discoveries, the Zeiss Loxia 2/50 is the ideal companion for photographic and filmic exploration. Zeiss Loxia lenses were specifically designed for Sony a7 cameras. This means that they can make the most of the mirrorless, full frame system, while giving you all the creative possibilities of ?classic' photography with manual focus at the same time. The Zeiss Loxia lenses al
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I just received the Loxia 50mm and the focus wheel is noticeable too stiff. It definitely takes two fingers to focus, and it challenges my hand hold the camera to stay steady. This makes tracking moving subjects and recording video recording video very tough. Looks like I'll have to return and hope for a better replacement.
The lens is manual focus, but the electronic contacts provide all the needed exif file information to the camera. Absolutely extraordinary is the contact that automatically converts to magnified view when the lens focus ring is rotated. This allows immediate critical focussing utilizing a focus peaking that seems to work better with this lens than with my other Voitlander manual focus lenses. Once focussed, a slight touch on the shutter release brings the whole image back, and further pressure triggers the shutter release. Altogether, this is the most rapid and accurate manual focussing I have experienced. It brings the joy back to manual focussing.
One important action that is not in the manuals and not immediately evident from the menu options is the setting in the camera menu for live view display. This is in item 3 of the second top menu display. Under live view display, setting effect should be turned off. This allows the viewfinder to remain bright throughout the f stop settings on the lens. Another point to emphasize is that these lenses are set for a bit of hyper focus at infinity. This means that the lens should be focussed at all times, even when the subject is at infinity.
That said, the lens is a joy to use. Pictures are sharp and the colors really pop out. There is almost no spherical or other aberration when pictures are shot with the lens wide open. I think that Zeiss has hit a home run with this lens. It puts the A7 series cameras in the same category as the small unobtrusive Leica M cameras. This is where I believe that A7 cameras belong, rather than amongst the large lens SLR's that the clunky Sony lenses originally available consigned the camera to.
If you have a camera that has digital peaking, this is a must to have for portrait photography - both in or out of studio settings. Zeiss glass can be pricey BUT you get what you pay for. The colors are absolutely stunning. I would highly recommend that you also purchase a Zeiss UV filter as well for these lenses. Why? Why not! Their filters were made for these lenses and that it has something to do with how the light comes through the lens using these filters.
For videographers, this lens is extremely smooth when focusing from foreground to background and visa versa. It comes with a small tool so you can adjust the smoothness of the focus ring. I highly recommend this lens to a more seasoned photographer and/or videographer who wants high quality glass that will create amazing, consistent photos. Cheers!