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|Weight||13.90 oz (394 g)|
|Filter Thread||Front: 52 mm|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.44 x 2.83" (62.1 x 72 mm)|
|Format Compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital SensorAPS-C|
|Angle of View||91°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||9.84" (25 cm)|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:7.81|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/2.8Minimum: f/22|
|Camera Mount Type||Sony E (Full-Frame)|
After years of using auto focus lens, this took some rethinking. After making that adjustment, the results are very rewarding. This lens is small, but very solid. If used properly, there is very little wide angle distortion. The sharpness and contrast are it's other great virtues.
Fantastic performance in a small package. My only complaint is the tactile issue of focus and aperture. It's hard to go from one to the other with the camera at eye level, as both the control rings are relatively smooth and the same diameter. I also use manual focus Zeiss Contax lenses.
This is a great lens for landscape and cityscape photography. It's form factor is very compact and fits small camera bags with Sony A7 series cameras. I was nervous about the manual focus but the Sony system makes this SO easy.
Amazing star burst, Compact, Easy to use, Great Picture Quality, Simple Controls
Heavy for its size
I have to confess a hopeless addiction to the Zeiss Loxia line. This is my third (and last!) after the 35 and 50. All are astonishing! I evaluate a lens by real world performance in making images, not by pixel peeping.
The Loxia 21mm lens has great:Image quality - check out online image examples to see the "look"ResolutionContrastFocus feel/precisionAperture feel - ease of adjustmentMy only (minor) complaint is that it's abit difficult to install/remove because the mount is very tight, and there's nothing to...
Ultra sharp, lightweight and delivers Zeiss quality.
This is my first Zeiss lens, not the first prime. I had to make a decision between Batis 18mm vs Loxia 21mm and that wasn't an easy decision to make. I tried both lenses; both performed equally well but the Loxia edged slightly ahead.
I use on Sony A7S. Very sharp edge to edge. When using for astrophotography at f2.8 somewhat hard to focus in dark since has no hard infinity stop.
Yes it is manual. But I've got full control with my SONY A7Rii. Need a small hand to work on this lens. Hood comes off easily. A little loose. Overall it is a great lens.
A high quality lens