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Compare Zeiss Milvus 21mm F2.8 vs Zeiss Biogon T* 2/35 ZM

Reviews

Neo score
78%
86%
Pros
  • Weather-sealed
  • F-mount with physical aperture ring
  • Exceptional image quality
  • Solid build quality
  • Light in the hand
  • Low distortion
Cons
  • On the heavy side
  • Low maximum magnification

Price

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Construction

Colors
Silver or black
Form Factor
Ultra Wide-Angle Prime Lens
Wide-Angle Prime Lens
Image Size
Full-Frame
Full-Frame
Lens Barrel
Physical aperture ring, DoF scale
Physical aperture ring, Distance scale, DoF scale
Lens Mount
Canon EF-mount, Nikon F-mount
Leica M-mount
Material
metal barrel, metal mount
Optical Formula | Elements
16 elements
9 elements
Optical Formula | Groups
13 groups
6 groups
Optical Formula | Special Glass
4 APD groups

Dimensions

Filter Diameter
82 mm / 3.23 in
43 mm / 1.69 in
Size | Diameter
72 mm / 2.83 in
52 mm / 2.05 in
Size | Length
95 mm / 3.74 in
68 mm / 2.68 in
Weight
851 g / 30.07 oz
240 g / 8.48 oz

Function

Angle Of View
91.7° Diagonal | 81.2° Horizontal | 59.5° Vertical
63.5° Diagonal | 54.4° Horizontal | 37.8° Vertical
Aperture
f/2.8 ~ f/22
f/2 ~ f/22
Autofocus
No
No
Focal Length
21 mm
35 mm
Focus Type
Internal
Image Stabilization
No
No
Weather Resistance
Yes

Performance

Max Magnification
0.2
0.056
Min Focus Distance
220 mm / 8.66 in
700 mm / 27.56 in

Production

Accessory
Lens hood included
Debut
2015-09-10
Made In
Japan
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