Inside Look: Making of Zeiss Touit Lenses

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Here’s a fascinating look at the exacting manufacturing process by which Carl Zeiss’ new Touit lenses are made for Sony NEX and Fuji-X-series cameras. Now that’s what I call “white glove service”…

Want to know more? Here’s Dr. Michael Pollmann, program manager for consumer lenses at ZEISS, talking about the optical design of the new Touit lens family.


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