Zeiss has announced it will be increasing the price of its lenses in the United States starting October 1, 2021.
According to a graphic, embedded below and shared by Leica Rumors, lenses in the Batis and Loxia lines will increase by $50 per unit, while the Milvus (ZE & ZF.2) and ZM lenses will increase by $75 and $100 per unit, respectively. Zeiss’ T* UIV and POL filters will increase by 10% each.
If you’re already in the market for one, you might want to pick one up within the next month. Otherwise, count on shelling out a little more cash to get your hands on the Zeiss lens of your choosing.
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