Discovering beauty everywhere.

ZEISS Discover Weeks

Save up to EUR 300

ZEISS Discover Weeks

Save big on the purchase of ZEISS 12mm to 35mm wide-angle lenses*.

The world is there to be explored. If you were asked what beauty is, what would you answer? Flawlessness? Modern, shining buildings – spectacularly soaring into the sky? Colorfulness? Or would you think of a mountain-top, covered with trees in the last vanishing rays of the setting sun? A rusty old bridge, connecting two forest paths? A churned beach after a thunderstorm?

As the proverb goes, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. Or to put it another way, beauty can be discovered everywhere, from impressive cities to spectacular landscapes. That's why we are proud to announce the ZEISS Discover Weeks from 15 June to 31 July 2018. Save up to EUR 300 on the list price of selected ZEISS 12 mm to 35 mm wide-angle lenses*.

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* This offer is only valid for selected ZEISS 12mm to 35mm wide-angle lenses of the types Milvus, Batis, Loxia and Touit. Purchases are limited to one piece per lens type and per customer. The offer is valid only through current authorized and participating ZEISS dealers and in our ZEISS online shop. Savings refer to the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. ZEISS and participating dealers reserve the right to cancel the program at any time and when there is no longer sufficient stock available to support the program.

The edge of the world

The challenges of landscape photography in Antarctica and South Georgia.

Traveling to South Georgia is no easy task. For Hans Strand, this island had been a dream since he was a teenager and at one stage he thought he would never be able to see it. Now the dream had come true and he had his bag full of top-notch ZEISS lenses.

An architectural experience

Exploring Munich with the Batis 2.8/18 super wide-angle lens.

Ultramodern and minimalist buildings are his favorite motifs. His photographic style is characterized by minimalism and the highlighting of the materials used in construction. His images are often long exposures that give the immobile and massive buildings a certain lightness.

A photographer's El Dorado

Capturing the beauty of the Lofoten Islands.

The nights with the full moon, and an absence of urban light and noise, quickly drew Timm Allrich into their spell. He waited hour after hour and night after night for that ghostlike light phenomenon – the one that, once seen, you never forget.