Which Camera Brands Are ZEISS Lenses Compatible With?
We provide a comprehensive range which are compatible with the following camera systems:
Each of these product ranges features designs suitable for each camera system, with compact models ideal for lightweight mirrorless bodies and well refined DSLR lenses which are second to none.
What Features are Unique To ZEISS Lenses?
All models feature legendary ZEISS T* coating which reduces reflections whilst increasing light transmission. Some lenses are marked as CF which allows them to close focus. This provides more flexibility by capitalising on the focal length together with macro opportunities. Modern mirrorless options for Fujifilm and Sony feature OLED displays on the lens barrel, allowing the photographer to see precisely what current settings are.
A number of models feature fast, silent autofocusing motors whilst others are manual only focus, well suited to video and movie capture together with stills.
What Focal Widths Are Available?
ZEISS manufacturer all common prime focal widths from ultra wide-angle 18mm through to 135mm telephoto. Some are notorious for producing amongst the sharpest and most detailed images which any lens is capable of, such as a number of wildly popular 35mm and 50mm prime models. There are also several macro options for various camera systems at several focal lengths, ideal for flexible shooting combined with close-ups.
Photographers who use ZEISS lenses work in every subject imaginable, from portraits and landscapes to travel and everyday general shooting.
What Accessories Are Available?
With decades of optical experience ZEISS now also produce a wide range of high quality UV and polarising lens filters, which also feature their anti-reflective glass coating. We also carry ZEISS optical cleaning fluid and lens wipes, perfect for keeping your glass elements clean and dust free.
Browse our selection online or visit either of our photography stores where you can experience these remarkable optics first hand. Our shops also carry all used ZEISS lenses which become available periodically.