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NAB 2017: Zeiss CP.3 and CP.3 XD Full-Frame Lenses

At the official start of NAB 2017, Zeiss unveiled their latest cine lens family – the ZEISS CP.3 and CP.3 XD lenses solidifying the legendary optics maker’s commitment to support creative and progressive filmmaking with an affordable, future-proof and premium quality lens set. The ZEISS CP.3 lenses offer

New Fujinon MK 18-55mm T2.9 Cine Lens for Under $4K

Fujifilm have been really busy lately working on a couple of new budget cine lenses they announced earlier today. The new MK Series Fujinon 18-55mm T2.9 and upcoming MK 50-135mm T2.9 are designed for Sony FS7 II and other Super 35 sensor E mount cameras like the

New Schneider XENON Full-Frame Cine-Tilt Primes

The Schneider Xenon full-frame cine primes have been around for a few years used on many productions worldwide. And now Schneider-Kreuznach upgrades them to include “dynamic tilt” built right into the back of the lens. A world’s first at that too. The new Schneider-Kreuznach Xenon FF-Prime Cine-Tilt

IBC 2016: Leica Introduces Its Full-Frame M 0.8 Cine Lenses

At the start of IBC 2016, the announcements regarding cinema lenses continue to roll out left and right. Leica just unveiled the new Leica M 0.8 cine lenses bringing the iconic look and character of Leica’s legendary M glass to the world of motion picture. Having the fastest in each

Samyang Adds New 135mm T2.2 Cine Prime to XEEN Family

Korean budget lens maker Samyang just announced a brand new 135mm T2.2 prime lens, which is the latest addition to their XEEN budget cine lens range. The XEEN lenses are pretty much the most affordable “proper” cine lenses out there at about $2,245 a pop (keep in mind in the

New 85mm T2.2 Lens From Veydra Mini Primes

Quality and affordability when it comes to lenses, especially to cine primes is a rare occurence. Simply not many options exist. Samyang/Rokinon do make very nice cine-vized lenses, but they are based on their stills variants and certain focal lengths have their quirks. For GH4 and BMPCC