Schneider Kreuznach's mainstream lenses at Photokina (pictures)
The German lensmaker is moving more into lenses for Canon, Nikon, and Sony SLRs, and it's showing off Micro Four Thirds lenses set to go on sale in 2013. And it's trying to catch the iPhone photography wave, too.
Schneider Kreuznach polarizing filter for smartphones
Schneider Kreuznach's B+W Smart-Pro C-Pol filter gives mobile-phone photographers a polarizing filter for cutting down on reflections.
Schneider Kreuznach Xenon SLR lenses and Super-Angulon tilt-shift
Schneider Kreuznach, heading more toward the mainstream SLR market, added four lenses to its lineup. From left to right are a wide-angle 28mm f4.5 tilt-shift model, 35mm and 50mm f1.4 primes, and an 85mm f2.4 macro.
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