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Lens review

Carl Zeiss Batis 25 mm f/2

15 September 2016
Arkadiusz Olech

10. Autofocus

When the Batis 2/25 is joined with the A7R II its autofocus is noiseless and moderately fast. Running through the whole distance range and confirming the focus takes about one second.

With such a wide angle of view we didn’t expect any serious problems and indeed there were none. In studio conditions the lens didn’t have one single miss; during our outdoor sessions we also didn’t notice any serious nuisances.

The lens didn’t have any distinct front or back focus tendency either.


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A7R II, f/2.0
Carl Zeiss Batis 25 mm f/2 - Autofocus