Zeiss Biogon T* f/2.0 35mm ZM Lens

Zeiss Biogon T* f/2.0 35mm ZM Lens

Zeiss ZM Biogon 35mm Lens

maker: Zeiss
focal length: 50 mm
max aperture: f/1.5
angle of view: 46°
filter size: 46 mm
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The 35mm f/2 Biogon T* ZM is a small size wide-angle lens, and offers high speed, stunning resolving power and next to zero distortion. Ideal for travel, photojournalism, street photography, human-interest reportage (outdoors and indoors) and documentation.

The Carl Zeiss range of T* ZM-mount lenses offers high standards in terms of performance, reliability and, of course, image quality. You can count on highly advanced flare control for crisp and brilliant images. And virtually zero geometric distortion, ensuring precise accuracy when reproducing shapes, especially useful when photographing products and architecture.

Photos Taken with this Lens

Cinque Terre
Dry Dock
Staff of Friends
Ignoring the Banana Trees
Fountain of Youth

Related Articles

Below is a list of articles in which this lens is discussed, or at least mentioned, on this site.

One Camera, One Lens (aug 27, 2018)

More than one camera and more than one lens is too much; it’s a distraction. Taking pictures is smoother when you have only one camera and one lens. Shooting becomes simpler and more natural, making for better photos.

Almost Everything Must Go (may 19, 2012)

I have a crazy plan to sell almost all of my cameras and lenses and buy new ones. Looking through over 25,000 photos I took, I printed my fifty best for a small photo album. I discovered that I take better pictures with film and rangefinder cameras.

A Ball of String (feb 2, 2012)

Because of the earthquake in Japan, production of Zeiss lenses has stopped for quite a while. So when one Zeiss ZM 50mm lens that I’ve been wanting to buy came up for sale at B&H Photo’s site, I pounced on it.

A Dry Period (feb 27, 2011)

Twice a year the canals in Milan are dry because the locks are closed upstream to drain them so the city can clean them. Today, I climbed down into one of the canals and took pictures of the restaurant barges stuck in the mud.

Considering the Leica 90mm Lens (sep 24, 2010)

After posting a message about the two Zeiss ZM 85mm lenses, I received several responses. Thanks to everyone who sent me messages and suggestions.