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Zeiss ZF.2 25mm f/2.8 Distagon T*

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The 25mm f/2.8 is a gem, though it has some drawbacks one has to be aware of for certain application:

All of these issues were at first discouraging, a viewpoint that the I have now completely reversed: in spite of these issues, the 25mm is an admirable performer when used to make real images, offering a combination of imaging properties that rarely disappoint when taken as a whole. Generally speaking, this is due to high lens contrast, particularly at infinity focus.

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Variants 25/2.8 Distagon, Canon 16-35/2.8L II available in full article

Observe the nice differentation of foliage of the Zeiss image, and a pleasing overall vibrance

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