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|Weight||1.59 lb (721 g)|
|Filter Thread||Front: 77 mm|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 3.54 x 3.66" (90.0 x 93.0 mm)|
|Format Compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor|
|Angle of View||99.9°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||9.84" (25 cm)|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:7.4|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/2.8Minimum: f/22|
|Camera Mount Type||Canon EF|
If you want the best image quality possible at 18mm, few lenses surpass this one. If you want the best-built 18mm lens, perhaps no lens surpasses this one. The beautifully-designed Zeiss Milvus 18mm f/2.8 Lens reliably delivers greatness and if an 18mm manual focus lens meets your needs, this lens...
The Zeiss Milvus range claims to offer the very highest quality. Manual focus only, the Milvus lenses are available in ZF.2 fit for Nikon and ZE fit for Canon. The previously tested 15mm f/2.8 certainly ticked all the boxes and was highly recommended, so let's find out how this new lens stacks up...
these days, but what I really enjoy doing with this lens is shooting in black and white. You’ll get incredible images no matter what. However, you’ll also get them when shooting in color. However, this lens is designed for shooting large, sprawling scenes overall.
Sporting a brand new optical design, the weather-proof Zeiss Milvus 18mm f/2.8 is a superb ultra-wide-angle prime lens for photographers who have the time to focus manually.You’d expect sharpness to be high across both the frame and aperture range from such a premium optic, and it doesn't...
I bought this lens after accidentally leaving my Milvus 25 on a trailside in the dark. I changed focal length for three reasons: 1, I already have the Otus 28, and though the 25 is smaller, its not smaller/wider enough generally to leave the 28 behind; and 2, I wanted a lens in between the Otus 28...
Hands down the sharpest lens I have used. No lens flare,distortion or CA. Only complaint is now I need them all!!
I purchased this lens to replace a Nikon 14-24, which I tended to stop carrying due to its bulk and difficult issues of focus shift and narrow DOF when used on high-resolution bodies. 18mm seemed a good compromise, and the Milvus 18mm is an updated optic design.
I bought this lens primarily to have a usably fast lens for night-sky photography. I use it with a 5D Mark IV, and it serves this purpose quite well great sharpness, wide open. It also has proven quite good for shooting waterfalls, and for more general landscape photography; it is an excellent lens,...