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Compare Zeiss Loxia 21mm F2.8 vs Zeiss Milvus 25mm F1.4

Reviews

Neo score
86%
78%
Pros
  • Weather-sealed
  • Smooth focus ring
  • Excellent image quality
  • Declickable aperture ring
  • Bright maximum aperture
  • Weather-sealed
  • Excellent image quality
  • F-mount with physical aperture ring
Cons
  • Some distortion
  • Physically large
  • On the heavy side

Price

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Construction

Colors
Black
Black
Form Factor
Ultra Wide-Angle Prime Lens
Wide-Angle Prime Lens
Image Size
Full-Frame
Full-Frame
Lens Barrel
Physical aperture ring, Distance scale
Distance scale, DoF scale
Lens Mount
Sony E-mount
Canon EF-mount, Nikon F-mount
Material
Metal
Metal
Optical Formula | Elements
11 elements
16 elements
Optical Formula | Groups
9 groups
13 groups
Optical Formula | Special Glass
Aspheric and APD elements + T* coating groups

Dimensions

Filter Diameter
52 mm / 2.05 in
82 mm / 3.23 in
Size | Diameter
62 mm / 2.44 in
95 mm / 3.74 in
Size | Length
72 mm / 2.83 in
123 mm / 4.84 in
Weight
394 g / 13.92 oz
1225 g / 43.29 oz

Function

Angle Of View
91.7° Diagonal | 81.2° Horizontal | 59.5° Vertical
81.8° Diagonal | 71.5° Horizontal | 51.3° Vertical
Aperture
f/2.8 ~ f/22
f/1.4 ~ f/16
Autofocus
No
No
Focal Length
21 mm
25 mm
Focus Type
Internal
Internal
Image Stabilization
No
No
Weather Resistance
Yes
Yes

Performance

Max Magnification
0.13
0.22
Min Focus Distance
250 mm / 9.84 in
250 mm / 9.84 in

Production

Accessory
Lens hood included
Debut
2015-10-12
2017-10-18
Made In
Japan
Japan
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