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Compare Zeiss Biogon T* 2.8/28 ZM vs Zeiss Distagon T* 1.4/35 ZM

Reviews

Neo score
70%
86%
Pros
  • Light in the hand
  • Optional 25/28mm viewfinder available
  • Good flare resistance
  • Bright maximum aperture
  • Excellent build quality
  • High micro contrast
Cons
  • Low maximum magnification
  • Lacks weather sealing
  • Low maximum magnification

Price

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Construction

Aperture Blades
10 blades
Colors
Silver or black
Form Factor
Wide-Angle Prime Lens
Wide-Angle Prime Lens
Image Size
Full-Frame
Full-Frame
Lens Barrel
Physical aperture ring, Distance scale, DoF scale
Physical aperture ring, Distance scale, DoF scale
Lens Mount
Leica M-mount
Leica M-mount
Material
metal barrel, metal mount
Optical Formula | Elements
8 elements
10 elements
Optical Formula | Groups
6 groups
7 groups

Dimensions

Filter Diameter
46 mm / 1.81 in
49 mm / 1.93 in
Size | Diameter
53 mm / 2.09 in
63 mm / 2.48 in
Size | Length
62 mm / 2.44 in
65 mm / 2.56 in
Weight
230 g / 8.13 oz
381 g / 13.46 oz

Function

Angle Of View
75.4° Diagonal | 65.5° Horizontal | 46.4° Vertical
63.5° Diagonal | 54.4° Horizontal | 37.8° Vertical
Aperture
f/2.8 ~ f/22
f/1.4 ~ f/16
Autofocus
No
No
Focal Length
28 mm
35 mm
Image Stabilization
No
No
Weather Resistance
No

Performance

Max Magnification
0.063
0.06
Min Focus Distance
500 mm / 19.69 in
700 mm / 27.56 in

Production

Debut
2014-09-16
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