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As of review time, the manual-focus-only ZE 35 f/1.4 ranks among the best 35mm Canon EOS-mount lens image quality available. And, like all of the rest of the Zeiss ZE Lenses , the ZE 35 f/1.4 is rock solid with an extremely smooth and long rotation focusing ring.
The fastest Zeiss wide-angle for today’s DSLRs, the full-frame 35mm f/1.4 Distagon T* ZE is in the Canon EF mount ($1,843, street) and is similar in most respects to the ZF.2-mount lens for Nikons; both have been on shelves for about 18 months and are garnering impressive word of mouth from...
Before testing of the Zeiss 1.4/35 we used to be very curious about its result. Taking into account the reputation of the producer we expected the lens to set new standards in this class of equipment. Was it really the case?
Excellent build quality and very solid casing,, Sensational image quality in the frame centre,, Good or decent image quality on the edge of the frame,, Lateral chromatic aberration corrected in a skillful way,, The lowest distortion in the 35 mm class,, Unnoticeable coma on APS-C/DX,, Well-...
High level of longitudinal chromatic aberration,, Noticeable coma in the full frame corners,, Work against bright light could have been better.
Everything you hear about this lens is true: Unbelievable build; compelling image quality; a little heavy and bulky for it's focal length (although not objectionably so); pricy; extremely high quality bokeh and close focusing. Add it all up an you get a fantastic lens that produces stunning images.
Good one best 1.4 Zeiss Classic queue. i own zeiss 15 135 and 58 1.4 and 35 1.4 has a new feeling.
This is a very nice lens. I like the saturation and the contrast. I found something special with this lens: It has a certain 3D-look I have never seen before. Look at the pictures taken with this lens. They show its quality much more than the review.
Very nice bokeh. Vibrant colors. Stopped down it is sharp like... there is no word for.
The lens is good but not the us version and also seems opened before
It's a great lens, like almost all of Zeiss ones.I using one for shooting video in my 5D.For me was perfect because, it have a wide angle lens without having any distortion. So it's the best for shooting in small places.
This lens is on my Canon C300, I have used the CP.2 35mm prime but I prefer this lens. With 1.6 crop factor it's like a 55mm lens.
This is now my favourite 35mm lens which has taken over the thrown from my 35/2 ZE.I would call this an artists lens. It may not tick all the boxes in a techno review but it would tick all the boxes from a creative view point.
Yes, it's a big lens and is heavy. Yes, the manual focus takes some thought and forces you to take a moment to compose your photos. I put a KatzEye ([@]) focusing screen in my 60D to help out with the focusing and between that and the fact that the autofocus assist still works, the manual focus...
Very high performance.
While I have enjoyed Zeiss and Contax lenses on my Canon camera bodies for some time, I tend to shoot much longer focal lengths and was unsure of whether or not to purchase this lens.How foolish I was. The bokeh from this wide angle lens rivals that of my 100mm Leica APO.