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ARRI / Zeiss 50mm Master Anamorphic Prime T1.9
ARRI / Zeiss 50mm Master Anamorphic Prime T1.9

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The ARRI / Zeiss Master Anamorphic series is comprised of seven high performance primes that range from 35mm to 135mm, combining compact form factor, minimal weight, exceptional optical performance and a T-stop of T1.9.
Abel Code AR-K2.47944.0
Mfr. Code K2.47944.0
 
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The Master Anamorphic lenses are the first Anamorphic primes to have been designed for modern 35-format digital cameras, and complement cameras equipped with a 4:3 sensor, such as the Alexa.

FEATURES:

  • Super color matched to other ARRI/Zeiss primes and Arri/Fujinon zooms
  • Optimized Anamorphic bokeh: evenly illuminated oval out-of-focus highlights,
    newly developed iris with 15 aperture blades
  • Pleasant out-of-focus areas with traditional Anamorphic look and a unique image language
  • Revolutionary new optical technology in Anamorphic lenses:
        - Virtually no image breathing
        - No Anamorphic mumps (fat face effect)
  • The first Anamorphic lenses to be designed for modern digital cameras, but also work with analog film cameras
  • Completely new focusing mechanism that overcomes time-consuming mechanical readjustments on the set
  • Near telecentric optical design, which reduces color fringing and shading at the image corners
  • ARRI Lens Data System (LDS) for lens metadata
  • Compact form factor: front diameter 95 mm,  maximum weight approx. 3 kg, very high T-stop of 1.9 for all 7 focal lengths

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