New redesigend Zeiss Distagon ZF 1.4/35 with floating element

In his Leica M9 & Nikon D3x comparisson Erwin Puts wrote:

"Lenses used are the Summilux-M 1.4/35mm asph and a very new redesigend Zeiss Distagon 1.4/35 with Floating element."

This sentence was removed after it appeared on FredMiranda forum.

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  • zeeGerman

    I wish they would add AF to their ZF series. Otherwise they are fantastic.

    • Adam

      yeah, I agree, but why are they not adding AF? It will surely bring more buyer if they do =.=

      • zeeGerman

        Not sure, but maybe their deal with Sony denies them to produce AF lenses for any other system. They are a long time lens supplier for Sonys cameras, and have a good range of AF lenses, prime and zoom, for the Sony SLR line.

        • dyna

          This is, for all intents and purposes, correct. Sony essentially has exclusivity on AF designs for DSLR or other large sensor still cameras. For now.

          • Sky

            Yep, that’s true.

    • Nj

      What for? AF is for sports stuff. I’ve used it just once on my 5D2 (for a snapshot of a cat *g*). It’s far too unreliable and causes lack of control. Get an Eg-S screen for the 5D2.. and contact lenses if this is isn’t more accurate than AF at least 90% of the time.

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