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Zeiss Milvus ZE 25mm f/1.4 for Canon
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The Zeiss Milvus ZE 25mm f/1.4 for Canon
The Zeiss Milvus ZE 25mm f/1.4 for Canon is a high-quality, manual-focus, wide-angle prime designed for Canon EF-mount DSLRs. Key features include:
Wide Angle. When used on a full-frame camera, the Milvus ZE 25mm f/1.4 provides a wide focal length that’s great for landscape, nature, and architectural photography. With an APS-C sensor camera, you’ll have a normal-range focal length of about 40mm.
Fast Aperture. The bright f/1.4 maximum aperture makes this lens excellent for low-light shooting and gives you great depth-of-field control for using selective focus.
Advanced Optics. The Zeiss Milvus ZE 25mm f/1.4 continues Zeiss’s pedigree for cutting-edge optics. Its thirteen-group/fifteen-element design features seven anomalous-partial-dispersion glass elements and two aspherical elements to combat distortion and aberrations while retaining sharpness, clarity, and color accuracy at any focus distance. The enhanced T* anti-reflective coating controls ghosting and flare for a color-neutral image that still flaunts that famous high-micro-contrast “Zeiss look.”
Modern Manual Focus. This fully manual-focus lens features laser-engraved focusing and depth-of-field scales, an IR-position dot, and hard stops at both infinity and minimum-focus positions, all of which facilitate precision adjustment. Its sturdy, rubberized focus ring gives you improved tactile control.High-Quality Build. The Milvus ZE 25mm features a weather-resistant construction with internal seals to guard against dust and moisture, while a blue sealing ring at the lens mount protects the lens/camera interface. The all-metal lens barrel has a frosted, anodized surface for increased durability.
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On this item, we include a LensAuthority 90-day limited warranty. This warranty covers damage that arises from normal use of the item. It does NOT cover accidental or intentional damage. More details are available in our FAQ section.
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