Schneider-Kreuznach wide-angle lenses
Wide-angle lenses are lenses in which the focal length is significantly smaller than the image circle, usually by at least 20%. In other words, lenses are wide-angle if their focal length is significantly smaller than the sensor diagonal used in the application. For example, a 2/3" sensor with a focal length of 8 mm is considered a slightly wide-angle lens. A lens with a focal length of 4.8 mm, on the other hand, is an extreme wide-angle lens with a much larger angle of view. Wide-angle lenses are used when you want to capture as much of the scene as possible from a certain distance.
Our wide-angle lenses: