Zeiss 28mm f2 T* Distagon Lens - NIKON ZF.2

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Zeiss 28mm f2 T* Distagon Lens - NIKON ZF.2 + Lens Hood

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This moderate wide-angle lens is based on the renowned Distagon design of the 1980s for the Contax system. The modern Distagon T* 2/28 has been optimized with current, higher performing and eco-friendly glass and incorporates a floating lens element design to optimize image quality across the entire focusing range. A compact lens for its speed, the fast f/2 aperture allows for hand-held photography under diffi cult lighting conditions and is well-suited for landscape, nature and commercial photography. The Distagon T* 2/28 is available with the F bayonet (ZF) and K bayonet (ZK) lens mounts and is designed for use with full-frame SLR and DSLR cameras. Combined with a DSLR with a 1.5 crop factor, the lens has an effective focal length of 42 mm.

Technical Specifications

Focal length 28 mm

Aperture range f/2  f/22

Focusing range 0.24 m  infinity

Number of elements/groups 10/8

Angular field, diag./horiz. 74°/65°

Coverage at close range 18 x 12 cm

Filter thread M 58 x 0,75

Dimensions (with caps) ø 64 mm, length 93 mm

Weight 520 g

Camera mounts F Mount (ZF & ZF.2)

EF Mount (ZE)

K Mount (ZK)

FOR NIKON DSLR - CHECK OUT ZF.2

ZF.2 lenses support all key modes (e.g. aperture priority, shutter priority, program AE or manual exposure settings) on camera models equipped with an electronic interface (e.g. current Nikon DSLR cameras). To do so, simply lock the aperture ring in the largest f-stop (e.g. 16) shown in orange. On camera models without an electronic interface, the aperture is manually set on the lens aperture ring. With some camera models, it is possible to set in the menu whether the lens should be selected using the setting dial on the camera or the aperture ring on the lens. Please note that, for technical reasons, there is no halfway notch between the largest (e.g. 16) and second largest (e.g. 11) f-stop.

The focused distance is not transmitted to the camera body.

For details regarding metering modes and further functions, please check the camera´s manual. The ZF.2 lenses accord to the Nikon AI-P standard (manual focus lenses with CPU)

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