Zeiss Compact Prime CP.2 100mm/T2.1 Makro-Planar T* (Feet) Nikon Lens Mount

SKU: ZICP100TMFNK MFR: 1852-715

About Zeiss 100mm/T2.1

The Compact Prime CP.2 lenses are the latest members of the ZEISS family of lenses for digital and film cameras. This second generation of the Compact Prime lenses now delivers even greater flexibility by introducing interchangeable mounts that allow the lenses to be used with a wide range of cameras from traditional cine to HDSLR systems.

This new generation also offers a wide choice of lenses - from wide-angle to tele lenses (18 to 100 mm, including a 50 mm macro lens). Affordable, flexible, yet of the highest quality, the new Compact Prime CP.2 lenses are a valuable edition to any film set and any level of cinematographic equipment.

The Compact Prime CP.2 lenses will be based around a common aperture of T2.1 for the standard set - an improvement compared to the first generation lenses. With precision and speed - Compact Prime CP.2 lenses are the perfect tool for Independent filmmakers, professional still photographers expanding their services or large studios using HDSLR equipment as a second camera unit for TV and film productions.

Zeiss 100mm/T2.1 Features

  • Interchangeable mount allows a mix of HDSLR systems with traditional cine cameras
  • Full-frame coverage (24 x 36mm ) for focal lengths 21 to 100 mm, including a 50 mm macro lens
  • Common aperture of T2.1 for the standard lens set
  • No need for adapter solutions anymore
  • High stability due to support bracket, which is included for additional lens stability
  • Sweet spot effect with APS-C sensors

Zeiss 100mm/T2.1 Specifications

Planar T*
Aperture range
T 2.1 to T 22
Close focus distance
0.7 m / 2'6"
Horizontal angle of view: Full-Frame
Horizontal angle of view: ANSI Super 35
Horizontal angle of view: Normal 35
132 mm / 5.19"
Front diameter
114 mm / 4.5"
1.49 kg / 3.3 lbs
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Shopper  Please explain prime lens?
Adam D  A prime lens represents a particular focal length and cannot zoom in or out of that respective range. For this reason, these lenses can also be called 'fixed primes' as their focal lengths are 'fixed' at a particular length. Therefore, a 50mm prime can never be anything other than a 50mm without modifications or adapters. A zoom lens has a range of focal lengths; so, a 70-200mm lens starts at a focal length of 70mm and can be set to any focal length up to, and including 200mm. The zoom lens has many practical benefits, but obtaining wider apertures (lower number, e.g.: 1.2,, 2.0, etc.) can be a costly endeavor not practical to many users. Prime lenses afford greater practicality to wider apertures for the dollar. Hence, prime lenses will always have wider apertures in practice than their zoom brethren.
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