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Header image for article New ZEISS Supreme Prime Lenses Coming in September

New ZEISS Supreme Prime Lenses Coming in September

ZEISS has just announced the next three lenses joining the Supreme Prime family, an 18mm T1.5, 40mm T1.5, and 200mm T2.2.

ZEISS Supreme Prime lenses are designed for cinematic large-format sensor coverage, making them an ideal choice for many of today's camera systems. These lenses are developed with cutting-edge optics and enhancements to aid in the HDR process, maintaining dynamic range and micro contrast levels fine-tuned to bring out details in the shadows and the mids.

The Supreme Prime look is a notable departure from that of Master Primes, in that it is sharper while remaining organic, color neutral, and quite forgiving overall (particularly when filming skin tones, thanks to redesigned contrast levels). Each Supreme Prime also features Cooke /i lens data system technology, compatible with ARRI, Red, Sony, Panasonic and Canon PL/LPL mount cameras.

The 18mm Supreme Prime lens features a T1.5 max. aperture, 114mm front outer diameter, full format (36mm x 24mm) coverage, and a PL mount.

The 40mm Supreme Prime lens features a T1.5 max. aperture, 95mm front outer diameter, full format (36mm x 24mm) coverage, and a PL mount.

The 200mm Supreme Prime lens features a T2.2 max. aperture, 114mm front outer diameter, full format (36mm x 24mm) coverage, and a PL mount.

These three new Supreme Primes are shipping in September, and we are taking deposits now. Contact Sales for more information.

 

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