Schneider PC-TS 90mm f/4.5 Makro Symmar Tilt/Shift, Manual Focus Lens for Canon EOS Bayonet Mount Cameras, USA

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SKU: SR904TSEOS MFR: 06-1064382
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About Schneider 90mm F/4.5

The Schneider PC-TS 90mm f/4.5 Makro Symmar Tilt/Shift Lens for Canon EOS Bayonet Mount Cameras is giving creative DSLR and medium-format view camera photographers a tool which combines the speed and spontaneity of the more manageable camera format with the versatility and adjustability of the monorail camera, thereby boosting productivity in the studio. Super Angulon lens combines exceptional reproduction quality with a large 90mm image circle and excellent adjustability which is restricted only by the camera's bayonet mount.

Schneider 90mm F/4.5 Specifications

Lateral shift
± 12 mm
Tilt angle
8 degrees
Tilt vs. shif
360 degrees
Tripod connection
360 degrees, detent every 90 degrees
Compatibility
Canon EF
Angle of View
8deg. tilt, 12mm shift, 360deg. on two axes
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Aboud D  Does the lens communicate with the camera?
PAUL Y  I cannot insert link to the PDF of the manual for this lens here but you can google it like I did and you'd find information that there is manual aperture setting on this lens which could indicate that it may not communicate with the camera. It does not explicitly informs whether it communicates or not.
(unknown) (  If you are also familiar with the Schneider PC-TS 50mm 2.8, is the 90mm's image quality as good at infinity? Since the 90mm is optimized for close work, is it's image quality in any way compromised when shooting at long distances? Thanks, Clyde
Massimo T  The Zeiss 135mm APO-Sonnar has floating elements that will make sure it works great at all distances. We will only know for sure when it comes out and testing is done. This lens should be the sharpest of all "35mm/full frame lenses" (other than the $15k super teles)
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