ZEISS enthusiast Lloyd Horgan, professional aviation and landscape photographer gets behind the driving seat of the ZEISS Batis 2/25 on board with the 56th Rescue Squadron at Royal Air Force Lakenheath and the Wiltshire Air Ambulance.
I am NOT a photographer. Do I know how to take a picture technically sound? Yes, of course I do. I also love photography. However, I don't think of myself as a photographer, rather I title myself a creative.
A professional photographer’s camera bag has always been a study in compromise. Packing a bag for assignment used to always involve a delicate balancing act between cost, size, weight and practicality. How many lenses to bring, and which focal lengths? Should I use unwieldy zooms or a selection of primes? Do I sacrifice weight for mobility or do I bring everything I own on the off chance I might need it?
Ever since ZEISS released the new Batis lens family for the Sony Alpha system the world of mirrorless cameras has not been the same. There is a new kind of thinking in the air which signals the change of what to come. Find out more about the signs of the new era in this interview.
Vladimir Morozow used the beauty of Moscow for testing the new ZEISS Batis 2.8/18. Read his detailed review to see his great photos and find out how content he was with the performance of the Batis 2.8/18.