Schneider Brings Large-Format Camera Perspective Performance to DSLRs
Posted Apr 3, 2011

Schneider Optics announces a new family of PC-TS (Perspective Control through Tilt / Shift) lenses, designed to provide creative DSLR and medium format photographers a tool that allows them to control perspective in the manner previously possible only with a monorail-style camera.

The development of digital single-lens re?ex cameras has revolutionized professional photography. However, until recently, studio and architectural photographers wishing to control perspective, have had to employ a monorail-style view camera. Schneider’s PC-TS lenses provide the bridge between the convenience of DSLR and other medium format digital cameras, and the performance of a view camera.

The PC-TS lenses can shift laterally up to 12mm, or tilt at an angle up to 8 degrees. These movements can be applied in 30 degree increments at any position within the 360 degree lens rotation and with a huge 90mm image circle (DSLR) and 120mm image circle (Mamiya), the lens retains its full range of movements without vignetting. This superior quality system features Schneider’s high-resolution optics and a precise, zero-play mechanism. The use of the highest grade materials and careful craftsmanship ensures long-term stability users can rely on.

Schneider currently offers three PC-TS lenses: the Super Angulon f2.8 50mm and the Makro-Symmar f4.0 90mm PC-TS lens for DSLR cameras and the Apo-Digitar 5.6/120 HM Aspheric lens, designed for the medium format Mamiya/Phase One System digital cameras.

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