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Zeiss Loxia 25mm F2.4 Distagon Image Gallery

Dustin Abbott

March 31st, 2019

The original idea behind mirrorless cameras was they would be smaller, lighter alternatives to DSLRs due to the differences in technology while providing similar levels of optical performance.  As I’ve noted in many subsequent reviews this idea is often lost, as frequently lenses designed for mirrorless (like the Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master) are, if anything, bigger and heavier than their DSLR counterparts.  But Zeiss has managed to design an extremely compact, extremely high performance range for Sony FE (full frame mirrorless) – the Loxia series of lenses. They deliver amazing optical performance in beautifully made, tiny packages, but with a few caveats.  They are expensive, for one, and perhaps more relevant for many people, they are manual focus only.   The fifth release in the Loxia series is the Zeiss Loxia 25mm F2.4 Distagon.  Both the focal length and the maximum aperture are a little unconventional, but the performance of the Loxia 25mm is likely to satisfy just about any photographer.  The 25mm focal length is only unconventional for other lens makers, as Zeiss has a number of lenses at the 25mm focal length, including an F1.4 Milvus version, an F2 Batis version, and this F2.4 Loxia variation.  Each of these lenses serves a different purpose and exists for a different market.  This marks the most recent of my reviews of the Loxia series (I’ve now covered all the existing lenses), and I think the Loxia 25mm is another special lens.  Stay tuned for my review coverage, and enjoy the images in the galleries below!

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Photos of the Zeiss Loxia 25mm F2.4

Photos Taken with the Zeiss Loxia 25mm F2.4

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