Schneider-Kreuznach announced eight new HDSR, macro and tilt-shift lenses

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In addition to the three new lenses for Micro Four Thirds system cameras, Schneider-Kreuznach also announced eight new HDSR, macro and tilt-shift lenses:

Schneider-Kreuznach Video Xenon T 2.1 / 25 full frame lens for HD videography
Schneider-Kreuznach Video Xenon T 2.1 / 50 full frame lens for HD videography
Schneider-Kreuznach Video Xenon T2 .1 / 75 full frame lens for HD videography

  • Suitable for use with HDSLR and cine style cameras
  • Optically corrected for 4K resolution
  • Diaphragm has 14 aperture blades for an outstanding Bokeh effect
  • Rugged, cine style mechanics which use standard follow focus
  • systems and other common cine- and video accessories
  • Larger focus and distance scales for easier sharpness adjustment
  • Aperture setting without detent
  • Adapters for Canon EOS-, Nikon F-Mount

Schneider-Kreuznach Macro lens Makro-Symmar 2,4/85
Schneider-Kreuznach Wide-angle lens PC-TS Super-Angulon 4,5/28 HM Aspheric
Schneider-Kreuznach Wide-angle lens Xenon 1,4/35
Schneider-Kreuznach Universal lens Xenon 1,4/50

  • All lenses are available with bayonet mounts for Canon EOS, Nikon-F, Sony Alpha and Pentax-K.

Schneider-Kreuznach 28/4.5 Super-Angulon Aspheric wide angle tilt-shift lens

  • Lateral shift: 12 mm
  • Tilt angle: 8 degrees
  • Tilt vs. shift: 360 degrees
  • Detent: every 30 degrees
  • Tripod connection: 360 degrees, detent every 90 degrees
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  • El_Pickerel

    Psst… looks like seven lenses, with the 28mm f/4.5 listed twice. ;)

    I’ll be interested to see how this 35mm f/1.4 stacks up with the rest of the competition. Just moved out of crop sensor land so my DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8 is going to need replacement.

    • Mistral75

      Indeed, there are seven 24×36 lenses announced, not eight.

  • Yarrus1

    German maden tilt-shift for almost same price of japan made without tilt shift from zeiss:))
    My schneider 28 shift and 50 ts is better then Zf1 100;50 macros.

  • http://www.wolfdengler.de Wolfgang

    The 28mm T/S lens is very interesting. But the price… the 90mm T/S-lens costs in Germany about 3.500 € – a lots of money for a hobby-photographer.

  • bert

    Source links PLEAZE!

  • NEX43

    Any idea of the price?

    • Remedy

      Yeah – horrendous.

      Damn it, their lenses are so fking pretty!!!!

  • jodjac

    That Makro 2.4 85mm Looks Sweet. What price can we expect for that German engineered goodness?

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