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|Weight||7.41 oz (210 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.56 x 2.99" (65 x 76 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:52 mm|
|Angle of View||48°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||1.21' (37 cm)|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:9|
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 48 mm
|Camera Mount Type||Fujifilm X mount|
The Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8 didn't really convince us - at least on the NEX 7. The image center is sharp straight from the max. aperture and even stunning when stopping down. However, the borders aren't all that hot at large apertures although at least very decent beyond f/4.
The Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8 is capable of delivering the high quality results that we associate with this brand. The images are sharp straight from the max. aperture and the center quality is even stunning when stopping down.
The Zeiss 1.8/32 is an expensive but not necessarily very fast lens produced by a very renowned company. It is normal that, in such a case, the standards are set very high. Looking at the results of our test we can say that the lens not only failed to reach those standards but most likely didn’t...
solid and stylish casing,, excellent image quality in the frame centre,, moderate lateral chromatic aberration,, splendid astigmatism control,, fast and accurate autofocus.
too weak image quality on the edge of the frame near the maximum relative aperture,, huge coma,, very high vignetting,, noticeable spherical aberration,, too high longitudinal chromatic aberration.
This lens is a very capable lens when paired with my Fujifilm XT-1 in that:1. The color reproduction and contract is rich2. The subject is tack sharp even when wide open at F1.83.
I just tested this on my XT-1 against my Fuji XF 35 f/2.0 lens. The Fuji had a slight edge in color saturation and resolution (but they are close). Even with the current firmware on the Touit (allowing it to use the phase detection autofocus on the XT-1), the Touit was slower and noisier than the...
Quality is not bad, but I prefer Fuji lenses IQ. Sold it after using for 2 months, got the Fujifilm 23mm instead.
I use these on a Fuji X camera and love them. I have been doing a lot of shooting at a ceramics factory where everything is painted by hand and so I have been using the 50 macro quite a bit. The workers work very fast and they do not stop and pose (can you believe it?
I use this as my standard lens the quality of build optics and pictures can not be faulted. I decided I wanted this lens as was lucky enough to get a used one from wex which = a good saving on new price. note re buying used from wex grading was even better than expected listed as 9- but like new.
Great Picture Quality, Simple Controls
Tried this against Fuji's 35mm f1.4, dozens of frames shot, tripod-mounted. Took the memory card home, compared the results, returned in the afternoon and bought the Fuji (and the X-E1 body); Absolutely no doubt whatsoever which was the better lens despite the camera shop pushing the Zeiss very...
I have a few Fuji lenses that are very good but having been impressed with Zeiss lenses on hasselblads etc I thought I would invest in this lens for my new xpro 2.<br />Just used it photographing some fine art instead of my usual Canon setup and very pleased with the results. So is my client!
Great Picture Quality, Lightweight
Hardly ever off my Nex7. Sharpness, etc is stunning.
Lightweight, Sharp Focus
Across the aperture range you will be hard pressed to find a sharper lens.. Details produced are amazing, and when paired with a Fuji XPro1, you'll find and expansion of photographic possibilities even in challenging lighting situations.
Good lens, pretty photos, quiet, AF is pretty fast. Enjoyed it, but ended up switching my setup back to Canon lenses, just so much more selection. Wanted better low-light performance.