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Header image for article Special IBC Pricing on Angenieux Optimo Lenses

Special IBC Pricing on Angenieux Optimo Lenses

Angenieux is offering special pricing on their Optimo lenses through October 16th. The Optimo family is designed and built especially for digital cinema production, with excellence in all aspects of their design, mechanical and optical performance.



Angenieux Optimo Zooms provide superb balance between quality and agility. These lenses are some of the lightest and most compact cine-style zoom lenses, making them perfectly suited for use with modern, lightweight digital cameras on gimbals or handheld. 



Angenieux A2S Zoom lenses are the lightest and most compact anamorphic lenses on the market, with cylindrical optical elements that are integrated in the rear part of the lens. Their unique mount design allows a quick swap between PL and PV mounts and the focus scale ring is easily interchangeable from feet to meters. 



Angenieux Optimo Style are carefully manufactured to achieve a resolution of 4K and beyond, covering an image diagonal of 31.4mm or more, making them a sound investment. The lenses feature a rugged and precise mechanical construction. 


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Intro image for article At the Bench: Angenieux Optimo Anamorphic 30-72mm A2S Zoom
Tutorials & Guides
The Optimo 30-72 is part of Angenieux’s lightweight anamorphic zoom range. These lenses are constructed with the anamorphic element located at the back of the lens. The result is a compact zoom with close focus and the classic Angenieux look.