ZEISS Milvus lenses see clearly with minimal optical distortion and flare.
Taken with a Milvus 2.8/15 by Timm Allrich
More megapixels place greater demands on lenses; it’s not uncommon to have lenses under-resolve detail and clarity on high-resolution DSLR cameras. The ZEISS Milvus lenses have been designed for the modern DSLR, defined by harmonious bokeh; minimal optical aberrations and fine flare control. ZEISS now expands its Milvus lenses with two super wide-angle lenses and a telephoto lens, bringing the total Milvus family to nine focal lengths. The lenses are available in two mounts, ZE for Canon and ZF.2 for Nikon cameras.
01. DRAMATIC SUPER WIDE-ANGLES
A super wide-angle 15mm lens with a 110-degree field of view allows photographers to take in vast landscapes and capture dramatic angles.
02. COMPAC T LANDSCAPE
The compact super wide-angle 18mm lens with a new ZEISS Distagon optical design has a short focusing distance of 0.25 meters, letting photographers get up close as well as wide.
03. FINE PORTRAITS
This fast telephoto lens delivers the perfect portrait with a fast f/2 aperture for pleasing bokeh. It has a short focusing distance of 0.80 meters, making this a versatile companion for shots of every kind.
To find out more about the ZEISS Milvus lenses, go to http://www.zeiss.com/milvus