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.
Tags: aperture, Biogon, Bokeh, camera lenses, Carl Zeiss, depth of field, Distagon, distortion, Hologon, irradiance, Know-how, mtf curves, optical design, optics, physics, planar, zeiss, ZEISS lenses
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.
Tags: Academy Awards, ARRI, ARRI/ZEISS Master Prime, Birdman, cine, Cinematography, Ida, Movie, The Imitation Game, zeiss, ZEISS lenses
If you want to compose photographs with an appealing background, it’s hard to ignore the plant world. As a motif a meadow of flowers has a special appeal. And if you open the iris a bit more, the colors melt all the way into the depths of the image.
Batu Balkanli likes to work with such a bokeh range. In and around the Bosphorus metropolis of Istanbul and armed with his ZEISS lenses, he is constantly searching for the special bokeh.
Tags: Batu Bakanli, Bokeh, Cats, Distagon T* 1.4/35, Distagon T* 2/35, Flowers, Instanbul, Makro-Planar T* 2/100, Sonnar T* 1.8/135 ZA, zeiss, ZEISS lenses
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Bernd K. Otto’s Carl Zeiss Kamera-Register
ZEISS has been making camera lenses of the highest quality since 1890. What is less known is that ZEISS subsidiaries were producing high-quality cameras since as early as 1902.
In 1971, Voigtländer AG, which had been acquired by ZEISS, and Zeiss Ikon AG stopped making cameras. Bernd K. Otto has documented the fascinating history of the different models of these cameras.
Tags: Bernd K. Otto, Carl Zeiss, Carl Zeiss Kamera-Register 1902–2012, History, legacy, zeiss, Zeiss Ikon camera, ZEISS lenses