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    You can also go the cheap route and try the Korean 85/1.4 instead. Cheap enough to be disposable.

    Seem there are a lot of positive review about it. I am thinking about one.

    http://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/p...erical-if.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Java View Post
    All Sony digi cameras are APS-C apart from there new flagship machine the Alpha 900 which is a 24Mb full frame.
    Let me re-phrase. Will the Zeiss lenses for Sony, work
    with the new Alpha 900 Full Frame Camera ?

    This is for a friend.

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    Yes, I have the Sony A900 full frame camera. Sony has one lens that will only work on the smaller sensors... the rest work on Fullframe... these are the ones I have 85 F1.4, 135 F1.8, 24-70 F2.8 and I have used the new 16-35 F2.8 but don't have one. All of these are full frame.
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    You could as well get rid of your old lenses and buy Nikkor. They are so good. Otherwise, there are adapting rings to fit a Nikon camera with your Zeiss lenses.:rolleyes:

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    The new Zeiss lenses do come in the Nikon f mount... as well as the Pentax K and Eos1 mounts.
    They work great but are manual focus only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Skeoch View Post
    The new Zeiss lenses do come in the Nikon f mount... as well as the Pentax K and Eos1 mounts.
    And M42/Pentax screwmount (ZS mount). I opted for ZS for the 35mm so I could use it on both my EOS and FD mount bodies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanishing Point Ent. View Post
    In you want Zeiss lenses in AF you have to go with the Sony Alpha cameras...

    Are these Full Frame, or APS-C ?
    You can use Minolta bodies, I once started a thread asking if anybody here has used these lenses on a film body, does give me hope that there may one day be a Zeiss Nikon lens that is AF.

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