35MM T1,5 SUPER SPEED
50MM T1.5 SUPER SPEED
85MM T1.5 SUPER SPEED
Manufactured in 2010, they are designed by Zeiss to respond to the growing demand for versatile optics.
They offer high quality at a contained cost, especially when compared to the brand’s high-end products, such as the Master Prime or Ultra Prime.
18MM T1.5 (TLS)
24MM T1.5 (TLS)
35MM T1.3 (TLS)
50MM T1.3 (TLS)
85MM T1.3 (TLS)
135MM T2.0 (TLS)
Vintage, bright lenses with exceptional optical performance.
It is slightly softer and has less contrast compared to modern lenses, but it is sharper and provides more contrast than other vintage lenses.
Manufactured by Canon during the 70s and 80s.
Academy Award in 1976.
Some films in which they have been used:
19MM T2.9 (TLS LEICA R)
24MM T2.9 (TLS LEICA R)
28MM T2.9 (TLS LEICA R)
35MM T1.5 (TLS LEICA R)
50MM T1.5 (TLS LEICA R)
60MM MACRO T2.9 (TLS LEICA R)
80MM T1.5 (TLS LEICA R)
100MM MACRO T2.9 (TLS LEICA R)
135MM T2.9 (TLS LEICA R)
With more than 300 degrees of rotation, no slack, and an improved approach this set of optics with TLS Rehousing offers warm colors and soft bokeh, typical of the original Leica glass, which have made the Leica R so dear.
18MM T2.2 (SERIES III) (TLS)
25MM T2.2 (SERIES III) (TLS)
32MM T2.3 (SERIES II) (TLS)
40MM T2.3 (SERIES II) (TLS)
50MM T2.3 (SERIES II) (TLS)
75MM T2.3 (SERIES II) (TLS)
100MM T2.8 (TLS)
Designed in the 40s and 50s, they offer a good image quality, with warm tones and smooth skin reproduction. They also have a nice “bokeh” and offer good sparkles; All this makes them ideal for counteracting the crisp and digital aspect of modern HD cameras.
They provide exceptional optical and mechanical performance, “flare” control, distortions, and spherical aberrations in the fully open position. The Cam-style focus mechanism allows smooth focus adjustments. Its modular construction allows greater ease and convenience of maintenance.
The third generation of ultra-luminous lenses from the German manufacturer Zeiss, which appeared on the market around 1983 replacing the T1.4 High Speed Series. They offer a soft image, little contrasted and prone to aberrations to large openings, to significantly improve their performance from approximately T2.5. Ideal for achieving a perfect balance between a quality image and a filmic aspect in HD sensors.
Predecessors of the Zeiss Master Prime T1.3, stand out for their high brightness, sharpness and compact design.
The 2575 fluid head has become the standard for film production. The head includes the OConnor patented sinusoidal counterweight system for true and precise balance at any point in the tilt range. Add to this OConnor’s ultra smooth and continuous tilt and tilt fluid drag, and it has the best control and stability for film-like shooting.
The Arri WCU-4 wireless focus control combines three lens control axes with a data display in a compact and ergonomic housing. Weighing around 780 grams including the battery, it is one of the lightest handheld units in its class, offering unmatched comfort during a long day at work.
35 mm sensor ARRI ALEV III CMOS format
with color Bayer pattern and matrix filter
Electronic trigger, 5.0 ° to 356.0 °
Exposure index 800 base ISO sensitivity
Image format 1: 1.78
Capture: 4K UHD, 3.2K, 2K, HD
Weight: 2,3 kg