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|Minimum Focus Distance||2.9' (0.9 m)|
|Angle of View||46°|
|Maximum Diameter||2.2" (56mm)|
|Weight||8.8 oz (250 g)|
I tried a few lenses to go with my A7 ii. 55 Sony 1.8 mitakon 50 0.95 summilux 50, summicron 50 loxia 50 zm planar 50 and zm sonnar 50 What impressed me with sonnar, is the 3D separation, the classic bokeh, ease of focussing, lightweight, price compared with leica options and looks :-) Summilux also...
Slapped this baby on an old m3. Amazing glass!
Not as clinical looking results as my Leica 35mm lux. Exactly what I wanted. It to me, provides artistic nostalgic results not available anywhere else other than pre aspherical used lenses. Zeiss nailed it well done. The lens is sharp don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
Absolute classic and functional
Fine product, though almost as overpriced as a Leica product.
Well made and finished. Mounts and dismounts easily and really seems to help with lens flair. Plus the Sonnar looks awesome with the hood on.
The lens has some unique features and overall it is really something I like having in the bag. The lens is small and light.. Big plus. The lens produces a very unique and favorable bokeh and is great in applications like portraits or still life.
Well constructed. Solid. Works as it should.
Can't complain about the quality, fit and finish of this lens hood. Although I would like to see Zeiss redesign the lens hood so that it blocks less of the viewfinder. Zeiss should take some it's design cues from the newer version of Leica lens hoods.
I use a lot of Leica cameras and glass. However, I don't like changes lens and having to go into Lightroom/Photoshop and remove the dust so prefer to leave the lens on the camera. Saying that I generally only use 35mm and 50mm lenses on my cameras and having eight Leicas that a whole lot of cash if...