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CINEMA PRIMES & ZOOM LENSES

PRIME, ANAMORPHIC, VINTAGE OR MODERN

CRASH ZOOM OR SWIRLY BOKEH, WHATEVER THE NEEDS OF YOUR STORY ARE WE'VE GOT THE GLASS.

Lens choice is highly subjective and depends on the filmmaker's artistic vision and project requirements. Whether the taste is for the unmatched optical quality of tried and trusted primes, or the undeniably cinematic look of anamorphics, each lens type offers unique characteristics that can contribute to the storytelling and visual language of a film.

Lenses and Sets Available Include:

  • ARRI Zeiss Ultra Primes Set (16, 24, 32, 50, 85)

  • ARRI Signature Primes Set (18, 25, 35, 58, 95)

  • Sigma FF Cine Set (14, 20, 24, 35, 50, 85, 135)

  • Atlas Orion Anamorphic Set (32, 40, 50, 65, 80, 100)

  • Fujinon 18-85mm T2.0 Premier Zoom Lens

  • Angenieux 25-250 T3.5 10X Zoom Lens

  • Angenieux 25-250 T3.9 Zoom Lens (1960s)

  • Angenieux EZ-1 15-40mm & EZ-2 30-90mm T2.0 Zoom Lenses

  • DZO Pictor 20-55mm & 50-125mm T2.8 Zoom Lenses

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VINTAGE & SOFT FOR ARTISTIC VISION

Add a unique, dreamy, and nostalgic quality to the image with reduced sharpness, increased flares, and subtle aberrations. Often used to create romantic / ethereal looks. Filmmakers looking for a more artistic and vintage aesthetic often prefer these lenses.

MODERN & SHARP FOR COMMERCIAL & VFX

Prioritize optical precision and clarity with excellent resolving power, edge-to-edge sharpness, and reduced lens aberrations. Used to capture crisp, detailed images with minimal distortion for commercial filmmaking, where a clean and polished look is desired or when working with high-resolution cameras or when post-production workflows demand precise image manipulation.

ANAMORPHIC FOR WIDE CINEMA

Create a widescreen aspect ratio with a distinct look characterized by horizontally elongated bokeh, flares, and a cinematic aesthetic. Used to produce a wider field of view, allowing cinematographers to capture expansive vistas and achieve a more immersive visual experience to evoke a classic or epic feel.

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