Schneider-Kreuznach is launching new tilt-shift lenses for digital single-lens reflex cameras with full-frame image sensor: Super-Angulon 2.8/50 mm HM and Makro-Symmar 4.0/90 mm HM in mounts for Sony A-Mount, Nikon, Canon and Pentax K-Mount at Photokina 2010. A third T/S lens the APO-Digitar 5.6/120 mm HM Aspheric will be available for Mamiya/Phase One medium-format systems.
Put me on the list for the 50mm/2.8 PC-TS. I love the look of a normal lens with some tilt to throw the plane of focus and you know that Schneider glass will be SWEET!
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Any idea of what the damage will be on these babies, Brian?
My guess is that they will actually sell for a bit over $3000, which isn’t bad since, like the Zeiss primes, they appear to be geared for video..