Zeiss 35mm f/1.4 Distagon T* ZM photos

Everything I've seen of this lens makes it better than the Leica lenses, optically speaking. I beleive this to be the same with the Sonnar and 50mm lenses however the whinging about focusing the Sonnar doesn't apply to the Distagon. It just seems to me to be the best there is on a RF camera.

Infrared (Leica M10) by Narsuitus, on Flickr

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Location: Washington Park, Chicago, Illinois USA
Date: 3/31/2021
Lighting: midday sunlight
11:33 am
Leica M10 (tripod mounted)
35mm f/1.4 Zeiss Distagon (49mm filter thread)
1 second shutter speed
ISO 800
2000 Kelvin white balance
52mm Hoya 720nm infrared filter with 49-52 step-up ring
Shooting video with the Distagon 35 on the Panasonic S5 is pretty darn amazing. Any flavour of video from this camera is great, but what really shines is the cinema 4k 25p footage, it looks incredible, especially with the Distagon. With some colour grading, the footage has a beautifully clean, crisp look that thrills me no end. My Minolta lenses give a nice vintage look, sharp but still organic and 'round', but the Distagon makes me wonder about the Milvus lenses for when I want something clean and crisp. If any of them render like the Distagon 35, I am going to lust for them so hard.
Some images taken with this lovely lens: