2017.4.30 UP

【NAB Show 2017】Companies roll out new cinema lenses compatible with next-generation technology

The Carl Zeiss booth, featuring the newly announced CP.3 series
The Carl Zeiss booth, featuring the newly announced CP.3 series
Leica's new Thalia lineup
Leica's new Thalia lineup
Cooke's S7/i
Cooke's S7/i
SIGMA appeared at NAB for the first time after announcing its cinema lens lineup last year
SIGMA appeared at NAB for the first time after announcing its cinema lens lineup last year
Angenieux's front element filter for
 anamorphic lenses
Angenieux's front element filter for anamorphic lenses

 Hot on the heels of last fall's market activity, this year has seen the announcement of more new cinema lenses. The appearance in recent years of large-sensor cinema cameras and research and development of lenses compatible with next-generation technologies including 4K has resulted in a sudden surge of companies releasing new products.
Announcements include the new Thalia lineup from Leica's cinema lens division CWSONDEROPTICS, and two new lens types from Cooke known as the Panchro/i Classic and S7/i. SIGMA appeared at NAB for the first time after announcing its cinema lens lineup last year, and Angenieux has announced the new Optimo Style 48-130mm T3, and a front element filter for anamorphic lenses featuring a special coating on the top lens of the anamorphic lens.
Fujifilm hosted a special exhibition corner for its MK Series of compact, lightweight zoom lenses that were announced last month. Also present was Hong Kong's popular SLRMagic, which offers low-cost anamorphic lenses.
Additionally, Carl Zeiss announced a renewed series of its compact prime CP.2, as well as the even lighter and high-performance CP.3 series of ten lenses.

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