In this weeks video Bas Goossens takes a look at the Zeiss Loxia prime lenses. These are designed for sensors up to full frame 35mm size, and can be used for both stills and video (by way of a declicking setting for the aperture control). The lenses have a metal body for robustness, but they are compact with a consistent thread size across the focal lengths. Watch the video below for our verdict on the performance of these lenses.
17 May 2018
Zeiss Loxia lenses offer a powerful combo for both stills and video usage
- Written by RedShark News Staff
The Zeiss Loxia lenses look like a very tempting combo for both video and stills. Watch on to find out our verdict in this video review
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