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Header image for article Zeiss DigiPrimes, DigiZooms Now Available for Sale at Abel

Zeiss DigiPrimes, DigiZooms Now Available for Sale at Abel

Abel Cine Tech is pleased to now offer direct sales of Carl Zeiss DigiPrime and DigiZoom lenses. This high-performance lens line has become the industry standard for discerning cinematographers in the 2/3" digital cinema space.


The full DigiPrime lineup offers nine focal lengths from the 3.9mm to 70mm.

Used alongside their DigiZoom counterparts, the 6-24mm T1.9 and 17-112mm T1.9, this full color-matched product line represents the highest level of optical quality achievable in the 2/3" format.

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