Zeiss Classic ZF.2 15mm f/2.8 Distagon

by: Zeiss ► MFR #


  • With a field angle of 110°, the super wide-angle Distagon T* 2,8/15 is the ideal companion when it comes to capturing events in a way that makes them dynamic and extraordinary. Whether salt crystals or drops of water – its integrated lens shade and standard filter thread afford the front lens optimal protection from wind and weather.

    The technically impressive features of the Distagon T* 2,8/15 include extraordinary chromatic aberration correction as well as two aspheric lens elements, special types of glass with exceptional partial dispersion and a floating elements design guaranteeing high image quality from close-up to infinity. Allowing you unlimited possibilities to let your imagination run free.
  • Duclos Lenses pioneered the DSLR lens movement by bringing high-end cinema lens features to smaller, lighter still photography lenses. Zeiss offers a wide range of focal lengths that are very well suited for cinema when combined with the Duclos Lenses Cine-Mod®. Ranging from 15mm all the way to 135mm, the ZF.2 primes are an excellent option for just about any project. 


  • Focal Length 15mm
    Max Aperture f/2.8
    Coverage 35mm Full Frame
    Lens Mount Nikon F, Leitax Canon EF
    Min. Focus 9.8"
    Front Dia. Fixed Sun Shade, 95mm filter
    Length 5.03"
    Weight 1.5 lbs.
  • • The 15mm ZF.2 cannot accept our 80mm front due to it's large, fixed sun shade.
    • ZF.2 Cine-Mod® lenses from Duclos Lenses retain the US factory warranty.
    • Questions about the Cine-Mod®? Read our FAQ.
    • Using the Zeiss ZF.2 on a Nikon Camera? Read here.

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