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ARRI Master Anamorphic 28/T1.9 F

185 768,14 

228 494,81  z VAT

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The 28mm Master Anamorphic Prime Lens is the widest in a set from ARRI/Zeiss featuring low distortion and a fast T1.9 aperture for achieving shallow depth of field. This anamorphic prime offers the skin tones and color rendition for which Zeiss is noted, and color-matches other ARRI/Zeiss primes and ARRI/Fujinon zoom lenses. Its 15-blade iris produces cinematic-looking, oval bokeh with distinct focus fall-off. There is minimal breathing when focusing and no "fat face/anamorphic mumps" effect on your talent. With there being no visible drop-off at the corner of your images, the full 2.39-format image is usable.

Designed from scratch for use with digital cinema cameras, the ARRI/Zeiss Master Anamorphic primes will provide optimal image quality when used with an ARRI ALEXA 4:3-format camera. They will work with film cameras as well. Color fringing and shading in image corners is reduced thanks to the near telecentric design of these multi-coated lenses.

This anamorphic lens provides a 2.39:1 aspect ratio to your image when used with a Super-35 sensor. The 28mm Master Anamorphic Prime Lens features a 26" minimum focus distance, focus marks in feet, a relatively light weight of 5.5 pounds, and a compact length of 7.2". The lens is constructed with geared focus and iris rings for use with follow focus, zoom control, and F/I/Z wireless systems. The PL LDS mount on the 28mm Master Anamorphic Prime Lens will transfer lens data to compatible cameras.

Features:

  • Low distortion and no "fat face/anamorphic mumps" effect on your talent
  • Provides a 2.39:1 aspect ratio on Super-35 sensors
  • Fast, maximum T1.9 aperture produces shallow depth of field
  • Color-matches with other ARRI/Zeiss primes and ARRI/Fujinon zooms
  • Relatively lightweight, compact form factor with 114mm front diameter
  • PL LDS mount will transfer lens data when used with compatible cameras