Published Jul 28, 2021
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The Zeiss Batis 40mm F2 CF is a high-quality prime lens designed for Sony’s E-mount full-frame mirrorless cameras. Offering excellent sharpness and high-grade weather-sealed construction, the 40mm F2 is an excellent lens for portraiture and everyday shooting.
In this video, photographer Carl Zoch takes the Zeiss Batis 40mm F2 CF to the Utah desert to shoot an elopement wedding. Join him as he captures a day in the life of a very happy couple, against the backdrop of beautiful southern Utah.
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Zeiss has announced the Batis 40mm F2 CF, bridging the sizable gap between their 25mm F2 and 85mm F1.8 offerings. As with other Batis offerings, the 40mm F2 has autofocus and is compatible with full-frame Sony E-mount cameras.
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