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The Zeiss ZE/ZF.2 Planar T* 50mm f/1.4 is a standard lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2008. The focus is done by Manual Focus, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 700 €;
45 users have given it an average vote of 9.7 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Canon EF: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Canon EF.
Nikon F: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Nikon.
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Pros:Sharpness of his, beautiful rendition of colors, beautiful b/n, brightness, speed, image quality, price
Cons:I don't know how to make a cover. Objective (Dicasi "cap") unworthy, especially for a Zeiss who has a worldwide reputation.......
Opinion:I've had this lens for 9 months. I'm starting with the "cons".... A censable front cap, I say no more. Forget it..... The optics are beautiful,350 grams of charm, baby. A concetrate of mechanics..... The first time I used it with the Nikon 610, I was stunned. But really.....!! Colors that I had never seen before, real..... I made the picture in a garden. I looked at the picture on the display, watching the garden. I was stupefied. The sharpness in the center is very nice. Bright without "stra-fare". It mainly affects the detail the thing that surprises me is the price. Used is found, without difficulty, around the €400. Metal hood inside the box. Recommend use this link for demonstration image. Https://i.imgur.com/ksg076G.jpg was made in F9 in 1/30 seconds with ISO 140.
Pros:Impeccable Build Quality! Bokeh. Sharpness shutting down a bit.
Cons:Not get it first. Front cap.
Opinion:Great deal looking at the price of used! I paid 340 euros. Light, bright, versatile what some want more. Usable in all openings. Changing diaphragm also changes blurred so then play at your own pace.... Front cap a bit uncomfortable. Recommended to all that no year claims for Auto focus. Diaphragm controlled by machine body and very comfortable
Pros:Splendid construction, important sharpness with unique blurry, excellent construction
Cons:It mirrors in merits and flaws in the reviews of the house, soft at the edges, front cap verges on the scandal like 21 2.8 and 100 macro
Opinion:I bought this lens used (little, I would say nothing), I immediately got acquainted with this important ring that conveys the sense of photography, also precise at full aperture, distortion correctable fine in PS, I use it for interior photography and Architecture when the 21 2.8 is short, then when I look at the files being post I am always enthusiastic about seeing the tonalities of the colors and the sharpness that are "Zeiss". I prepare the shot often already in monochrome. For this view there is always a place in the backpack.
Pros:Construction, Sharpness in the center of f / 2, Blurry font, color rendering, rendering shadows typical Zeiss, MF perfect ring, Hood
Cons:Sharpness and aberrations in TA
Opinion:I use it every day for work and unlike what you might think though MF us just the eye and you can also photograph the children as they play. Recommended still a magnifier or a slide focusing broken. As far as the construction is flawless, the yield is typical Zeiss with shadows very open, bright colors and excellent contrast; the blur is typical, neither too soft nor too hard, it's perfect if you like; besides all this add that makes the three-dimensionality of the subject in a completely unique! A TA suffers a bit 'of aberrations and is not a miracle of clarity (at least better than the Nikkor 50 f / 1.4G), but close enough to a diaphragm and out of all the magic. Like all Zeiss becomes a drug, the Board carefully nell'acquistarli ... The rest may soon become unsatisfactory, pace of the portfolios ...
Pros:Construction unparalleled. Robustness and elegance (just think of the metal hood). Sharpness, color and, above all, CHARACTER!
Cons:At maximum aperture is a bit 'soft, but certain parameters of sharpness that today are so sophisticated and stylish, does not always make a good Photography. The manual focus (which I love) is not suitable for every photographic genre. But it is not a defect, just knowing it before.
Opinion:I replaced the Canon 50mm f1.4 with this Zeiss, found bargain. I immediately felt the charm of the manual focus, which did not represent any difficulty, indeed! RNLA sharpness from 5.6 to 8 is absolute. The color rendering is unique. The soft blur and elegante.rnInsomma: a perspective that you have to know little by little and that sometimes can not give shots excellent throughout (but just the fault of the photographer), but that, when it is designed and used properly, gives unparalleled satisfaction (as fixed lenses have also Canon 35 f2 IS USM and the legendary 135 f2, but this is really special Zeiss!) rnSe you want to photograph calmly and with your heart, try it and buy it!
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