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Cooke Optics is promising to ship its new 25mm and 135mm Anamorphic/i lenses in time for NAB. Announced at IBC last year, the lenses will bookend the existing range of 32mm, 40mm, 50mm, 75mm and 100mm lenses. Among the first …
Panavision's new Primo 70 series of lenses is in stock and ready for rental, the company said. The lenses, which were officially introduced at NAB 2014, have been used on two feature films and a number of commercials, Panavision said, …
Canon is set to ship a new, extremely long 4K zoom lens early in 2015. Aimed at field production using 4K Super 35-style cameras like Canon's own EOS C500, Canon is billing the Cine-Servo 50–1000mm T5.0–8.9 Ultra-Telephoto Zoom as "the world's …
Following the recent addition of UHD and 4K upscaling options for the Amira and Alexa, ARRI revealed the next stage of its high-resolution capture strategy with the announcement of the Alexa 65 camera system at the Cinec Munich trade show. Boasting a sensor …
Don Schafer on the new Cine-Xenar and Xenon full-frame prime lenses.
Les Zellan on how a big plan for some new anamorphic funkiness came together at last year's NAB.
Eva Paryzka introduces James Mathers to the new Optimo Style line of zoom lenses as well as some wider anamorphics coming in time for NAB 2015.
Seth Emmons introduces the Summicron C line, a new series of cine prime lenses from Leica manufacturer CW Sonderoptics.
Band Pro's Jeff Cree shows us Leica's T2 spherical Summicron lenses, designed as an affordable alternative to the Summilux lenses for Super 35-style electronic cinematography, and talks about production workflow for 4K cameras in the Band Pro booth.
Zeiss's Richard Schleuning talks about the third member of Zeiss's Compact Zoom family. (First released last year, the Compact Zooms are a winner of this year's Studio Prime Award for products introduced in 2013.)