Control perspective and depth-of-field in portrait and product photography thanks to carefully calibrated movements, outstanding optical engineering and precision moulded glass for low distortion, even at 1:2 macro ratio.
Fine tune depth-of-field
Change the plane of focus to direct more attention to the subject and adjust depth-of-field as you see it, with no need for computers.
Correct subject distortion
Precise movements allow a ± 10° tilt and a ±12mm shift with a rotation of the shift/tilt functions +/-90° in any direction for superb perspective control.
Adjust focus in macro shots
A macro focus capability of 39cm means 1:2 life size images can be delicately focused with added control over perspective and depth-of-field.
Excellent optics and design
Aspherical and UD lens elements minimise chromatic aberration while Air Sphere Coating minimises ghosting and flare.
Pleasing 90mm focal length
A 90mm focal length gives a flattering compression for portraits with the added benefit of perspective control to correct verticals and maximise depth-of-field.
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17 February 2020
Often favoured by urban or architectural photographers, tilt-shift lenses enable you to achieve a high level of image perspective control. They can however be something that are tricky to understand fully when you are starting out, so we thought we would give you a brief overview of what makes them so interesting.Read full article