Flotsam said:Maybe the more important news is that there is going to be a new line of CZ lenses that will fit all M mount bodies.
It's still around, apparently. Here's the pages from Adorama...Helen B said:Whatever happened to the Rollei-badged Cosina thing with the CZ lenses in M mount? Did anyone buy one?
Jorge said:Agreed, I cannot for the life of me understand why Hasselblad decided to have their lenses made by Fuji.....nothing, and I mean nothing beats a CZ lens, I wish they made LF lenses.
bjorke said:The 45mm Planar-G is also made in Japan, and the sharpest normal ever tested at photodo. In fact I think Kyocera makes Zeiss-labelled optics AND Leica-labelled optics in the same plant.
Dr.Kollig said:Most of the ZM-lenses were dummies, as both the 15 and the 85 were just front lens and otherwise empty. The 15 will be the most expensive at around 2200 Euro. The 85 in the catalogue looks small, actually it has a diametre like the Noctilux and to me looked bigger than the 90/2.0
Dr.Kollig said:The Rollei badged Voigtländer was on display at Photokina, but the salesman face was like "Do you really want to see it?" and my face was "No, used surprised to see it at all". I can not remember to actually have seen one in a shop.
Could you elaborate on "dummie" and what ever else you can add to enlighten us/me about the qualities of these lenses?
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