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Milvus and Batis ranges extended

Zeiss has extended its Milvus and Batis families of lenses with the addition of new models for both. The tenth lens in the Milvus series is the f1.4 35mm full-frame manual-focus lens for Canon EF-mount or Nikon F-mount, while the new Batis 2.8/135 is the first 135mm AF focal length for mirrorless full-frame cameras from Sony.

The Milvus 1.4/35 is particularly useful for shallow depth of field shots, with “creamy bokeh”. It should also have practically no chromatic aberrations thanks to a new optical design.

The ten colour-matched Milvus lenses range from 15mm to 135mm and are suitable for filmmaking.

The compact, lightweight Batis 135mm includes an optical image stabiliser, and joins the existing f2.8 18mm, f2 25mm and f1.8 85mm. Features include smooth and reliable autofocus, weatherproof metal construction and an OLED display for focus
distance and depth of field.

They are compatible with all E-mount cameras.