Eugene Sung Posted May 27, 2007 Share Posted May 27, 2007 I have a Zeiss Zoom 10-100mm T3 (the older one with the 75mm top) mounted to an Eclair ACL regular 16mm. The lens has a lot of vignetting, even WITHOUT any accesorries (matte box, sunshade, circular filter, etc..), the vignetting cuts into the 4/3 TV Safe marks I'm not sure if we're just imagining things, but before I had it colimated, my friend and I didn't notice the vignetting. It was professionally colimated by Optical Electro, so I know the colimation was done right. Also, the lens tends to breath as the vignetting happens mainly in the 25 to 50mm range and not at the widest (10mm). Does this mean there is something wrong with the lens?? Can vignetting be caused by colimation? Also, does this particular Zeiss lens have a tendency to Vignette? Does anyone have any solutions? Thanks in advance Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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