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Zeiss Touit 12mm F2.8 and 32mm F1.8, Price, Specs, Sample Images | Cameraegg

Zeiss Touit 12mm F2.8 and 32mm F1.8, Price, Specs, Sample Images | Cameraegg | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Zeiss has announced more detail on two mirrorless camera lenses for Sony NEX and Fujifilm X-mount cameras. These two lenses are Zeiss Touit 12mm f/2.8 and Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8, the first two lenses in the new series Zeiss Touit. This two lenses will officially announced and available for pre-order in early May, 2013. (7.May 2013)

 

Zeiss Touit Prices:
The price for Zeiss 2.8/12 is USD $1,250 or €1099,-

The price for Zeiss 1.8/32 is USD $900 or €799,-

 

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Touit 2.8/12

http://lenses.zeiss.com/camera-lenses/carl-zeiss-camera-lenses/camera_lenses/touit/touit2812.html

Touit 1.8/32

http://lenses.zeiss.com/camera-lenses/carl-zeiss-camera-lenses/camera_lenses/touit/touit1832.html

Touit 2.8/50 macro
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New Family of Lenses for Mirrorless System Cameras | Carl Zeiss Blog

New Family of Lenses for Mirrorless System Cameras | Carl Zeiss Blog | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


With a bang, Carl Zeiss is introducing a new family of autofocus lenses for mirrorless system cameras at photokina 2012. Dr. Michael Pollmann, Consumer Lenses Product and Program Manager in the Carl Zeiss Camera Lenses Division, is addressing frequently asked questions in a Q&A.

 

Why has Carl Zeiss waited so long to enter this market?

 

We have observed this market very carefully. Initially, many considered it a “cheap system camera segment” with slightly more sophistication than the market for compact cameras. That was not in line with our idea of quality. However, when growing numbers of camera manufacturers began to offer high quality cameras, Carl Zeiss’ interest in this market increased. Since the introduction of Sony’s NEX-7 and Fujifilm’s X-Pro 1, it became obvious that CSC cameras required quality lenses. So we decided that the time was ripe to bring such lenses to the market.

 

What sizes are the lenses designed for?

To showcase our high demands on imaging quality, we decided to focus on cameras with sensor size APS-C.

 

What focal lengths will be offered?

It will be a product family of its own. Three prime lenses are already in development: 2.8/12, 1.8/32 and 2.8/50 macro.

 

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New Zeiss Lenses Coming Out For The Fuji X-Pro1? | Patrick Leong

New Zeiss Lenses Coming Out For The Fuji X-Pro1? | Patrick Leong | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

I am so psyched for the new year to begin now, specifically spring/summer. I was waiting around for my girlfriend to get out of an orientation for a new job, and started looking up some stuff on the internet concerning the new Fuji X-E1, which I really want to get my hands on. I ended up running into some news from Zeiss that they will be producing some new autofocus lenses for the Fuji X-bayonet! Third party lenses from a respected lens manufacturer, such as, Zeiss for my X-Pro1?. How cool is that?

Three prime lenses are initially going to be released: a 12mm F2.8, a 32mm F1.8, and a 50mm F2.8 macro. The new lenses will come with manual aperture settings, and they will all cost around a 1,000 euros. Using my unit converter on my Mac, that’s roughly $1,300. Fuji will be releasing their XF 14mm F2.8 R lens (21mm equivalent) but I think I might hold out to see what the Zeiss 12mm F2.8 is going to be like first. Nothing against the Fuji lens but I always wanted something wide like an equivalent 18mm lens, and that’s what the Zeiss 12mm translates too. I had a 21mm for my Leica but I always wished I had something a bit wider. Also, it’s a Zeiss lens specifically designed for my Fuji X-Pro1! It’s gotta be pretty awesome . Right now, I have lens lust, and I can’t help but dream of my ultimate X-Pro1 system: the XF 35mm F1.4 R lens, the new Zeiss 12mm F2.8, and the soon to be released XF 56mm F1.4 (approximately 84mm). I think that kit would make a great wedding outfit.
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