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Zeiss CP2. 135 T2.1

The ZEISS Compact Prime CP.2 135mm/T2.1 EF Mount with Imperial Markings is a cine prime lens designed for filmmaking and video production applications. Aside from great optics and mechanics, it offers broad flexibility in the areas of camera compatibility, follow-focus compatibility, and shooting capacity.

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Zeiss CP2

The Zeiss CP 2 Cine Super Speeds: 35/50/85 mm all T 1.5. These Cine Primes take the guesswork out of focus pulling.They are Imperial lenses ,in feet,and will work on either PL or EF so either of my cameras.

Canon CN 7 :  17-120 mm PL with an Optical doubler it becomes a 34-240mm. It allows the camera to change shots in a fraction of a second ,offering all the benefits of a 4K lens on a Super 35mm sensor, so giving that shallow depth of field quickly.

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They are 4 K ready so will work equally well on the Arri Alexa or the Red Epic etc.
These are essentially Cine lenses so problems like “breathing” when focus pulling are greatly reduced,and being T1.5 , coupled with the speed of the FX-9 and a7s3 for example you really can shoot available light in most situations.

Compact and lightweight the S4/i Mini 18 mm is ideal for ob/doc and handheld work, giving the ‘Cooke Look’ on a tighter budget.

Only one stop slower than standard S4/i lenses, this Cooke set offers top-quality pictures packaged in a gimbal-friendly housing. Colour-matched to all other modern Cooke lenses, these are particularly useful for stunts sequences where insurance prices spike.

All Mini-S4i lenses feature the electronic /i technology which enables film and digital cameras to automatically record key lens and camera data for every film frame, which can then be provided digitally to post-production teams. The technology streamlines both production and post, saving significant time and costs and eliminating guesswork, while enabling greater creative freedom.

3 new lenses all E mount and offering Sony’s amazing face recognition autofocus if needed.
Sony G series 70-200 f2.8 Mk 2
Sony G series 24-70 f2.8
Sony G series 24 mm F1.4
The 24 mm is ideal for gimbal work

Morpheus 80 – 200mm T2.8

Morpheus is a coveted stills lens, re-engineered for digital film and video use. The useful 80mm. to 200mm. range is packed into a short body just 205mm. long, and weighing only 2.3Kg. Engineering is by True Lens Service (TLS) who first converted this lens for use on Casino Royale and The Bourne Ultimatum. Focus direction has been reversed to match that of all other leading PL mount lenses.

Morpheus 80 – 200 mm. zoom lens, PL Mount, which is well suited to all kinds of production, including drama, documentary and commercials. It especially suits fast action hand-held or Steadicam applications, as well as small camera set-ups or remotely operated rigs. The low 2.3Kg weight yet long focal range makes this lens a class leader.
The optical design of this lens exhibits superb performance, rendering great images in either a digital or film environment. AR coatings reduce flares and veiling glare for deep, rich blacks and a wide contrast range. Extra Low Dispersion (ELD) glass reduces chromatic aberration, critical for digital camera sensors. The 9 leaf iris generates round out of focus highlights, and a pleasing organic bokeh.

The ergonomics of the lens demonstrates TLS’s experience and engineering skills. Construction is more than robust enough for field applications. The large scales are easy to read. The 110mm. front diameter is the same as the TLS Speed Panchro range and Cooke S4 and S5 series, facilitating fast set up and lens change.

Focal Range: 80 – 200mm.
Aperture Range: T2.8 – 32 / 9 Bladed Aperture
Weight: 2.3Kg.
Close Focus: 1.5 metres.
Front Diameter: 110mm.
Angle of View: 30.2 – 12.3, 35mm film / sensor.
Maximum Reproduction Ratio: 1:5.9 at 200mm, 1:14 at 80mm.
Coverage: 35mm Academy
Mount: PL, in stainless steel.