Thierry Hennet loves extremes. His favorite travel destinations are Finland in the winter and the hot volcanoes of Ethiopia in the summer. He creates impressive nature photos – providing the technology plays along. For this reason, Hennet always uses ZEISS lenses.
Be part of a new era of professional photography – with the new ZEISS Batis 2/25 and ZEISS Batis 1.8/85 lenses for mirrorless full-frame system cameras from Sony. This lens family impresses not only through outstanding image quality and an innovative design,
but also with its OLED display that allows users to optimally set the depth of field. Capture unique moments – manually or with autofocus.
Toni Ahvenainen created a yearlong personal photography project to find his own way of seeing the world through the viewfinder. To complete this project he persistently carried his camera everywhere for a full year and reflected his identity as a photographer through various subjects.
The ZEISS Touit 2.8/12 and 2.8/50M were also part of this adventure which draw attention in social media and, in the end, became something more to him than just a personal project.
The ZEISS Batis lens family is ideal for users of full-format system cameras from Sony, currently α7/ 7R/ 7S/ 7 II. ZEISS Batis lenses optimally use modern, high-resolution camera sensors to provide outstanding image resolution down to the finest details.
Dr. Michael Pollmann, Product and Program Manager for Consumer Lenses in the Camera Lenses business unit of Carl Zeiss AG, answers the most frequently asked questions.
He hangs from cliffs and dives out of helicopters. Whenever and where ever there is adventure, David Clifford is in his element.
The ace photographer from Aspen, Colorado has a legendary reputation in the outdoor sports scene. ZEISS lenses are with him on every assignment and each adventure.
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ZEISS has been producing camera lenses for more than a century – and the tradition of creating major innovations has continued to this very day. For example, the current ZEISS Otus SLR lenses are setting new standards in image quality. The first camera lenses left the Jena production facility on 21 March 1890.
For an updated edition of his travel guide about eastern Australia, Armin Tima spent 12 weeks on the road with a camper.
The ZEISS Loxia 2/35 and Loxia 2/50 were his most important companions, in addition to a good instinct for worthwhile destinations to photograph.
ZEISS and RØDE announce “My RØDE Reel 2015” – the world’s largest short film competition with more than $200,000 in prizes.
Over the course of time ZEISS has published a lot of interesting technical articles about the physical basics of camera lenses.
However, after some years not every article can be found that easily. That's why we decided to publish them all in one blog post to give you easy access.
Multiple movies filmed with ZEISS lenses received one or more Oscars® at the 87th Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on 22 February 2015.
ARRI/ZEISS Master Prime lenses were used for Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) – the winner in the Best Cinematography, Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay categories.