A lot of folks want to see actual footage instead of just numbers when it comes to the practical look and feel of a particular lens. And as usual, Zeiss delivered. Here is a small collection of short videos that feature different primes and even a few zooms that Zeiss currently offers. The first video is a “Sizzle Reel” with a lot of quick takes from different scenes using different lenses. Zeiss used a range of focal lengths including the 15mm T2.1, 21mm T2.9, 25mm T2.1, 28mm T2.1, 35mm T2.1, 50mm T2.1, 85mm T2.1, 100mm T2.1 CF, 135mm T2.1, and lastly the 70-200mm T2.9 and shot a nice panning shot and a static rotating shot with each focal length. Take a look and gather all you can from this collection of results.
CP.2 Sizzle Reel – © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG
CP.2 Angle of View Comparison – © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG
Zeiss provided a few other quick videos that showcase the versatility of the CP.2 Super Speeds.
CP.2 35mm Super Speed – © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG
CP.2 50mm Super Speed – © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG
CP.2 85mm Super Speed – © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG
Possibly my favorite of the bunch which showcases a variety of CP.2 lenses is a video titled The Foundry. Pay close attention to the range of focal lengths used, from wide encompassing shots, to tight close focus shots.
The Foundry – © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG
Another quick video showcasing the CP.2 100mm Close Focus abilities. While not a true Macro, the CP.2 100mm is an impressive lens for specialty shots.
Flowers, CP.2 100mm CF – © 2012 Carl Zeiss AG
Here are a few links to additional scenes shot with individual CP.2 lenses