ZEISS Batis 2.8/135 APO [ $1,999.00 ] is officially announced...

Started Apr 5, 2017 | Discussions thread
joger
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Re: ok but why so big?
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nandbytes wrote:

biza43 wrote:

nandbytes wrote:

minolta AF 135mm f/2.8 with built in hood

365g, 83mm, 55mm filter

Batis 135mm f/2.8

614g, 133mm, 67mm filter (without hood)

I suppose it has OSS but still...

Performance on film versus performance on digital. Changes a lot...

perhaps it does but not sure about the amount by which it does

The old (1987) Canon EF 135 f2.8 Soft focus lens was even smaller than the Minolta one, with 52mm filter diameter.

IIRC canon is longer and slightly heaver than minolta despite having a smaller filter thread.

actually my MF Leica APO Telyt-M is smaller, lighter and is optically outstanding with perfectly round shaped Bokeh Balls and very presice focussing.

It only lacks Full EXIF Data.

Ah - and it is shorter and 40 mm thinner in diameter and has 49 mm Filter thread

And it is used in mint condition cheaper.

IS works fine together with my A7RM2

As mentioned in the first reply - DOA

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