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Carl Zeiss ZF.2 - Objetivo con autofoco para cámara Nikon montura F (100 mm / F 2,0)

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 76 x 76 x 113 cm ; 662 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: 1771-846
  • ASIN: B0037107NY
  • Producto en desde: 3 de septiembre de 2012
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Otras características:
Apertura máxima: 22
Apertura mínima: 2
Color del producto: Negro
Componente para: SLR
Distancia focal fija: 10 cm
Distancia más cercana de enfoque: 0,44 m
Diámetro: 7,6 cm
Estructura de lente (elementos/grupos): 9/8
Interfaz de montaje del objetivo: Nikon F
Longitud: 11,5 cm
Peso: 660 g
Tipo de lente: Macro
Ángulo de visión diagonal (max): 25°
Ángulo de visión, horizontal: 21°
Ángulo de visión, vertical: 14°

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Beautiful color, depth rendition, and sharpness; smooth focus 7 de marzo de 2016
Por Charles - Publicado en
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I'm very very happy with this lens. Unlike a lot of modern lenses that are only designed for sharpness, this one pays attention to the other important aspects of lens design as well. Not only is it very very sharp, it renders colors very naturally and with fine gradations between similar tones. It also conveys depth cues very well, so images have a lifelike, three dimensional look compared to lenses with a lot more glass elements that tend to flatten the image. I'm not talking about the affect of focal length on foreground to background relationship, I'm talking about the lens preserving spacial cues that give the image a perception of depth (at any focal length; this is true of the Zeiss 35 f/2 and 50 f/2 makro planar).

Also, this lens is a full stop faster than other Macro lenses in this focal length and has a floating element design so it is superb both at inifinity and at its closest focal length. It is highly versatile.

Finally, some reviewers quibble that it only focuses to one half life size, but you can easily go to 1:1 with a simple extension tube. If you are focusing all the way down to 1:1 (a postage stamp) then you are working in somewhat controlled setting, and using an extension tube is the least of your concerns (higher up the list would be lighting; depth of field; and camera/subject motion).

The bokeh from the 100 Makro Planar is also exceptional, by the way.

Zeiss did not change this lens design in the new Milvus lens series. They did add rubber, which degrades, and they went for some kind of "world of tomorrow as imagined in 1960" look." I much prefer the all metal ZF.2 version.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Special Specialty Lens 13 de agosto de 2015
Por CKE - Publicado en
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The Zeiss 100mm F/2 Macro lens is my go-to lens for my in-studio macro work. The lens is extremely sharp at large apertures - the experts agree with my (less precise) eyeball test.... this lens is excellent at all apertures (including at 2). I am constantly amazed at the resolving power of this lens when combined with either my Nikon 750 or 610 full frame cameras.... with cropping it is almost like having a highly portable microscope!

Also, for reference I also own the Nikon 105mm F/2.8 (which is also an excellent lens.... but with autofocus). While I love the Nikon the Zeiss is my go to lens for any macro studio work or anything with a controlled setting.

General Notes

- I use the Nikon Speedlight SB-910

- Since it manual focus this is a specialty lens. Trying to capture things that are moving is a challenge. It can be done.... but it will take both patience and solid technique. However, for some shots... man it is tough to get a usable picture of something that is moving. I typically switch to the Nikon F/2.8 for those shots.

- The Zeiss manual focus does have a major advantage for studio macro work. The Zeiss' manual focus ring has a significant run-out which allows it to be precisely focused. This with its shallow DOF allows for shots that are impossible with my Nikon F/2.8 For some, perhaps many, photographers there will never be a need for such precise focusing using shallow DOF, but I use it frequently.

- The build - this thing is built like a tank. The negative is that it adds weight and it is noticeably heavier than my Nikon F/2.8. It may not matter much, since many people use a tripod for their macro work.

- Bokeh - I think it is top notch.

- No image stabilization.... I wish it had it!

- For macro the lens has a 1:2 reproduction.... so it isn't truly macro by some definitions. A purest might care... however I do not. With my full frame camera I can crop the image to my exact needs. Also, the 1:2 does help with portraits ..... making the Zeiss an excellent portrait lens.

Final verdict - While I am not exactly a gear head I can not imagine a better macro lens for studio work. The lens is exceedingly well built, very fast, with exacting focus. The Zeiss 100mm F/2 is not a lens that everyone, or most, will need, but if you have a need I doubt you will be disappointed.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazing Lens 13 de junio de 2013
Por John Bremer - Publicado en
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I have another Zeiss lens, the 50mm ZF.2 Makro-Planar which is itself a great lens. How much I enjoyed that lens inspired me to get the 100mm. Some people do not like the fact that these lenses are manual focus. That being said, the latest cameras will let you know when you have achieved focus so that isn't a problem. What I can say is that the pictures I take with the two Zeiss lenses I own are the most amazing I take with any lens. They are crisp/sharp from edge to edge. The quality of the colors I achieve seem to be even better than what I get with the higher end Nikon lenses I own. In short, I really couldnt be happier.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My new favorite lens 17 de enero de 2015
Por Syberfilm - Publicado en
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I own a Nikon 85mm F/1.4 and a 135mm F/2.0 This lens makes me want to sell both of them now. I know sharpness is not everything but this lens is incredibly sharp. Also the way it renders color and images is just magical. I really can't give this lens enough praise. I have since started using it on my Red Epic as well. This lens is amazing for cinematography as well.

The Bokeh is amazing on this lens.

I did not get this for the Macro features. But have noticed a great benefit of being able to get so close with the lens.

No visible distortion at all.

almost no chromatic aberration. The purple fringing that I hate. I know with lenses it is a hard thing to get rid of. This lens does an amazing job of delivering chromatic aberration free images. There is still a tiny bit at times but noting that can ruin the shot like on my 85mm Nikon.

I am still thinking of dumping the two Nikon lenses since I have bought this lens. I have not used them once.

The price for this lens is really high. But you get it back in quality. These are built so tough I would not be afraid to buy decent used one as well. This lens is built like a tank.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nothing Like it. Period. 2 de septiembre de 2011
Por Raymond Larose - Publicado en
It is amazing how quickly a month goes by when you have such an amazing piece of glass in your hands. I have to say, without a doubt, the Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 2/100 is one of the highest performing macro lenses on the market - and contrary to the belief, it does portraits just fine.

Again, like in my previous postings and reviews, this is not going to get into all the tech-specs that are laid out on the CZ website - no sense in reinventing the wheel. But I will give you my personal impressions of the lens and how it handles in day to day use.

For the last 30 days, I shot exclusively with the 2/100 mounted on my D700. One thing I really enjoyed about it was, of course, the amazing build quality. Like all CZ glass, there are no plastic parts. The lens is hefty at 680 g (24 ounces), which makes sense when you take into consideration the 9 elements in the optics used to ensure distortion-free photography. Also of note, once again, is the super-smooth manual focus ring with nearly 360º rotation from infinity to a mere .44 meter (17 inches).


I began using this as a macro lens when it first arrived. I noticed right away that the colors were vibrant and true to life. The focus was sharp and right on. Also, as you can see when focused in at .44 meters and wide-open, the bokeh is beautiful and round.

I also later did a shot of some Grado SR-80 Headphones to really show this great shallow focus. It really does perform well in this specialized area. I was commissioned to do some work for a medical company, photographing their surgical cannulas, and I am so impressed with the sharpness this performed at. I was able to photograph the tip of the cannulas (like needles) in perfect detail.


But where did this glass really shine for me? As a portrait lens. Yes, a portrait lens. From close-ups to portraits taken from further back this is perhaps the best portrait lens I have ever held (and I had held Canon L-glass, Nikkor, etc).

The nice thing about using a macro lens for portraits, believe it or not, is the sharpness. If you click on any of the portraits shots (I am adding images above) notice the detail in the eyes. I said in my review of the the 1.4/85 that there isn't another lens out there that can touch it - but I may have to eat my words. This 2/100 is incredible. I don't think the 1.4/85 has the tack-sharp ability of the 2/100. If this is a bit too sharp for your taste, nothing wrong with using Photoshop to soften some of the lines. You can always take away sharpness, but you can't put it back really well! Personally, I really like this ultra-sharp look.

And thought the 2/100 also has floating elements, it doesn't suffer the focus shift issues I have had with the 1.4/85. Something to consider if you are looking for a portrait lens.

Like I've said, I am so impressed with this lens. I was pretty much sold on getting the 2/50 already for macro photography - but now I will also be purchasing this lens. I am hoping with the 2/50 and 2/100 that my 1.4/85 won't collect dust on the shelf. But I think this lens is just that good!!

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