Schneider Kreuznach has announced three new micro four thirds lenses.
Schneider-Kreuznach opens up new perspectives for discerning photographers with high-precision, high-performance, highend optics for mirrorless system cameras. The bright fixed focal lengths provide very high resolution across the entire image area.
Using aspheres promises perfect image results. Professional technology from Schneider-Kreuznach means state of the art for Micro-Four-Thirds (MFT): designed and made in Germany.
The new lenses – a 14 mm Super-Angulon wide-angle, a 30 mm Xenon universal and a 60 mm Makro-Symmar lens – utilize all the possibilities of the MFT system. The electronic interface for all MFT camera types provides aperture control, precise autofocus and image optimization.
The lenses at a glance
14 mm / 2.0 Super-Angulon wide-angle lens
10 elements with 4 aspheric surfaces, scale 1:10 to ∞
30 mm / 1.4 Xenon universal lens
7 elements with 1 aspheric surface, scale 1:10 to ∞
60 mm / 2.4 Makro-Symmar wide-aperture macro lens
8 elements, scale 1:2 to ∞, with intermediate ring up to 1:1
- New optical design
- High-refractive lenses and special lens elements
- Specially developed for mirrorless system cameras
- Internal focusing
- Very high resolution across the entire image area, even at full starting aperture.
- High-quality aluminum casing
- Sturdy precision mechanism
- Hydrophobic coating of outer elements
- Protection against dust and splashing
For more information, visit the Schneider Kreuznach