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Header image for article NAB 2016: New Cooke Anamorphic Lenses

NAB 2016: New Cooke Anamorphic Lenses

I stopped by the Cooke booth today and spoke with Rich Eilers about some of their new offerings at this year's show. Cooke has announced two new additions to their Anamorphic /i family of lenses.

The first is a 35-140mm, which will be the first zoom lens in this product line. The lens will feature a T3.1 aperture and sports a close focus distance of only 4 feet.

In addition to the 35-140mm, Cooke has also announced a 65mm anamorphic prime. The 65mm prime will feature a T2.3 aperture, but where this lens really shines is its macro capabilities. This macro function will allow focusing only 2 inches from the front element. Both of these lenses support /i Lens Data for metadata information, as will all currently made and future Cooke lenses. Additionally, Cooke revealed that a 45-405mm anamorphic zoom will be the next in the line.

Megan Donnelly
Technology and Education Development Manager, AbelCine LA

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