Schneider Kreuznach 14mm 30mm M43 Lens Hands-On

Schneider Kreuznach 14mm f/2.0 and 30mm f/2.4 Micro Four Thirds Lenses shown at Photokina 2014.

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Schneider Kreuznach Super Angulon 14mm F2 0 (5)

We spoke to Schneider Kreuznach about their Micro Four Thirds lenses, that were first shown at Photokina 2012, and asked them how development of the lenses was going. They advised us that the company is still planning on releasing the Micro Four Thirds lenses, after originally being delayed, and were able to show us working samples of the lenses. The price and release dates are not yet finalised, however they are in talks with retailers at the moment to get them into stores. The price is likely to reflect the premium quality of the German made lenses, with the 14mm lens likely to be over 1000 euros. 

Schneider Kreuznach Super-Angulon 14mm f/2.0 AF lens:

Schneider Kreuznach Super Angulon 14mm F2 0 (3)

Schneider 14mm f/2.0 Super-Angulon Hands-On Photos of Equipment

Schneider Kreuznach Xenon 30mm f/2.4 AF lens:

Xenon 30mm f/2.4
 

Schneider Xenon 30mm f/2.4 Hands-On Photos of Equipment

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mikesavage 17 299 2 England
18 Sep 2014 7:05PM
As I paid 150 for my Panasonic 14mm f/2.5 and 130 for my Sigma 30mm f/2.8 (both new) I won't be bothering with either of these lenses, fine optics though they no doubt will be.

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dannyr 10 46 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2014 8:56AM
Mikesavage - I have to agree, are you really getting 870 more quality over the Sigma?
I don't doubt they will be better, but I would like to know would they really give a huge advantage to the average photographer compared to what's out already?
alan53 12 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2014 10:38AM
I think I would have bought the 14mm 2 years ago, but I moved to a Fuji X system earlier this year. I wonder how many people are still waiting for these seemingly mythical Schneider lenses?

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