Schneider Kreuznach is a German manufacturer of industrial and photographic optics that was founded in 1913. Today it mainly produces high-end lenses for medium-format cameras and cinematography, but it also offers a 28mm perspective control lens for 35mm-format cameras, and showed 50mm F2.8 and 90mm F4 designs at Photokina 2010.
Schneider offers a single 28mm perspective-control lens for 35mm- format cameras, with more promised in the near future.
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