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Angenieux Optimo 28-76
The Optimo 28-76mm provides a superb balance between quality and agility. One of the lightest and most compact series of cine-style zoom lenses in the industry, these lenses are perfectly suited for use with modern lightweight digital cameras on Steadicam or hand-held.
Sigma Cine Set 14, 20, 25, 35, 50, 85, 135
Designed for 6K-8K shooting, these lenses allows filming of various cuts without making any changes to the lighting, taking cinematography to the next level of performance.
Arri Super Speeds MK1 18, 25, 35, 50, 85
The Zeiss Super Speeds have been a favorite of the film industry for over 30 years. They have a very fast aperture of T1.3 , small body, and flattering image rendition.
Arri Ultra Primes 16, 24, 35, 50, 85
The Ultra Prime Lenses have the widest focal range of any 35mm prime lens set available to cover every cinematic need. Ultra Prime Lenses retain their excellent image quality even at close focus across the whole Super 35 frame.
DZO Pictor 20-55mm & 50-125mm T2.8
A parfocal cine lens, the DZO Pictor Zoom Lens features a relatively fast maximum aperture of T2.8 with an aperture range of T2.8 to T22. As you would expect from a cinema-style zoom, the lens is parfocal, meaning it holds focus throughout the zoom range. The internal focus design with floating elements virtually eliminates focus breathing. It covers a Super35 image circle, comes standard with an interchangeable PL mount, and includes an EF mount.
Fujinon Cabrio 19-90
This is a standard zoom lens with a frequently-used focal length covering from 19 to 90mm. Thanks to the detachable servo drive unit on the ZK series, the lens can be operated in the same manner as a traditional broadcast ENG-Style lens and accessories. Furthermore, with the servo drive unit removed, traditional cinema manual, or external cine motors for zooming and focusing operation is also available.
Canon L Series
L-series lenses represent the very best in optical technology with faster performance and a whole new level of quality.