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Carl Zeiss announces UV filter offer

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Carl Zeiss are offering a free 58mm UV filter worth 49 Euro excl. VAT with the purchase of the full-frame Carl Zeiss Planar T* 1,4/50 lens. The offer is valid until the 13th January 2012.

UK readers can purchase the lens and qualify for the free filter directly from the Dorset based, pro-retailer Robert White.

 

Press Release

 

The Perfect Match for Optimal Image Quality Carl Zeiss Planar T* 1,4/50 with matching UV filter included

For those who have not yet decided which present to get for Christmas will get lucky at their local Carl Zeiss dealer as of December 1st:

With each purchase of a lens type Planar T* 1,4/50 with ZE or ZF.2 mount you will receive the matching T* UV filter 58mm, worth 49 Euro excl. VAT, free of charge.

The high quality T* UV filter is adapted to the ZEISS lenses in an optimal way. In combination with premium lenses you will succeed in taking pictures with absolute brilliance, unaltered color display and maintaining a consistent shutter speed. Additionally, the crystal clear glass UV filter with T* anti-reflective coating provide optimal protection without any influence on the optical performance. Carl Zeiss T* UV and POL filter can be purchased in diameters of 43 to 95 mm.

Our offer is valid until the 13th January 2012. Dealers throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland as well as many other European countries will participate. The recommended retail price for the Planar T* 1,4/50 is 545 Euro (excl. VAT).

Please find your local official Carl Zeiss Camera Lens Dealer under: www.zeiss.com/photo/dealer

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