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Dennis Hissink : April 15th 2010 - 22:22 CET

Carl Zeiss CP2


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ZeissHDSLR camera designed Carl Zeiss CP2 lenses : The trend of filming in high definition using a DSLR camera is unstoppable. Moviemaking today is unthinkable without this technique, whether for independent filmmakers, television producers or professional still photographers who wish to expand their services. Optics specialist Carl Zeiss now introduces the world’s first set of cine lenses designed especially for HDSLR cameras: the Carl Zeiss Compact Prime CP.2 lenses. Why change the mount on the camera when you can change it on the lens? The Compact Prime Carl Zeiss CP2 lenses deliver great flexibility by introducing interchangeable mounts that allow the lenses to be used with a wide range of cameras, from traditional cine to HDSLR systems.
Carl Zeiss CP2

Carl Zeiss CP2 lenses are available in multiple mount versions
Available with three different mounts - PL, EF and F - this new family of Zeiss lenses enables cinematographers to be completely free in their choice of camera systems while ensuring a high consistency of images. Furthermore, the Carl Zeiss CP2 lenses can be upgraded to any number of existing or future cine and still cameras while enabling cinematographers to still utilize the same set of lenses.

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Carl Zeiss CP2 lenses are optimized for HDSLR cameras
Like their predecessors, the Carl Zeiss Compact Prime CP2 lenses are made for a rigorous life on the set. The ergonomics have been improved compared to standard SLR lenses. The lenses’ cine-style housing dimensions, focus and iris gear positions, and front diameter are the same for the standard lens set. The longer focus rotation and the possibility for manual focus give users the flexibility they demand. The iris opening consists of 14 high-precision blades, which stay consistently round and symmetrical over the entire T-stop range. This translates into natural and pleasing out-of-focus highlights and a smooth bokeh. Together, they help create and capture special moments on film. The modern lens design and tight tolerances ensure low distortion, high resolution and excellent color rendition for sharp, punchy images.

Carl Zeiss Compact Prime CP2 lenses showcased at NAB show in Las Vegas
The Compact Prime CP2 lenses cover a full-frame 24 x 36 image format without vignetting. They will be based around a common aperture of T2.1 for the standard set, which is an improvement over the first generation of lenses. Carl Zeiss presented these new CP2 lenses for the first time at the NAB show in Las Vegas (April 10-15). They will be available from June 2010.




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