"It all starts with the glass". How true! In today's High Definition world this phrase could not possibly be truer. The effect of poor quality lenses and lens accessories will be multiplied in HD. Only glass specifically designed for High Definition use will be good enough. Consider the finest grade glass, cutting edge HD design, low geometric distortion, good off-axis performance, low chromatic aberration and flatness of field. We support lens accessories from Sony, Canon and Century Optics.
Canon Cine-4K Zoom Top End series and Prime series lenses are designed and engineered to stimulate creative expression and meet or exceed the exacting production standards of contemporary cinematographers.
These zoom lenses cover the most popular focal lengths, from wide-angle to telephoto. An essential part of any EOS camera system.
For a more natural angle of view and perspective, a standard or medium telephoto lens is recommended. These lenses match how the human eye perceives a subject and are excellent for portraits.
Substantial investment from the Schneider-Kreuznach Group led to the introduction of a highly acclaimed range of lenses: the Cine-Xenar III Primes. They are characterised by their fast T stop, robust and reliable construction, telecentric optical design, virtually no breathing and pleasing bokeh effect.
For Sony cameras with a E-mount, these zoom lenses cover the most popular focal lengths, from wide-angle to telephoto. Great with the FS100/700.
Wide angle lenses have a greater angle of view, providing a broader perspective to capture grand vistas or scenes in close proximity.
"It all starts with the glass". How true! In today's High Definition world this phrase could not possibly be truer. The effect of poor quality lenses and lens accessories will be multiplied in HD.
If your fixed lens isn't wide or telephoto enough, you may want to consider a lens converter. These will screw directly on to your lens and make your camera more versitile.
These adaptors will allow you to use different mounting options on your camera, opening it up to a world of different lenses.
These special lenses with their tilt and shift movements further expand photographic possibilities. Tilt movements allow you to obtain a wide depth of field even at the maximum aperture and still keep the entire subject in focus. Shift movements correct the trapezoidal effect seen in pictures taken of tall objects such as buildings, so that the subject does not look distorted.