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P+S 70-200mm Anamorp

Day Rate: £Provided On Request ex VAT     

Hire price for the TECHNOVISION CLASSIC 70-200MM - PL  ANAMORPHIC Lens is base on a daily rate. We offer operator service.
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Features
  • Supports Full Frame and Super 35
  • Front diameter of 114mm across the TECHNOVISION Classic Series
  • 1.5x anamorphic squeeze
  • Front anamorphic design

ABOUT THIS PRODUCT


P+S Technik TECHNOVISION Classic 1.5x T3.5 70-200mm Cine Zoom Lens - PL Mount (feet scale) (p/n V0002 / 2978). The TECHNOVISION Classic 1.5X 70-200mm is based on a front anamorphic design. It can be used with full frame sensor cameras and all Super35mm cameras, along with interchangeable mounts. This lens is the perfect choice if you desire the anamorphic look and want to maximise the whole use of the camera sensor.
With the 1.5x anamorphic squeeze the lens is adapted to the widely used 16:9 sensor ratio and offers anamorphic qualities, such as barrel distortion, nicely formed flares and shallow depth of field. When shooting with the Arri Alexa Mini in Open Gate, the whole sensor image area is used with this lens. The image circle of this lens at a 70mm focal length will cover the entire Arri 65 full frame image sensor. The image circle of this lens at a 40mm focal length is still an impressive 43.5.

Focal Length: 70-200mm
Lens Format: Full Frame, Super 35
Lens Mount: PL
Lens Type: Telephoto Zoom
Max Aperture: T/3.5
Type: Cine, Video
Zoom Range 70-200mm
Anamorphic Squeeze Factor 1.5x
Lens Mount PL (standard)
  IMS Interchange Mount System
Light Sensitivity T 3.5 (max. aperture 3.5)
Angular Rotation of Iris Scale 70°
Angular Rotation to MOD Endstop 250°
Iris Drive Gear Mod. 0.8
Focus Drive Gear Mod. 0.8
Front Diameter 136mm
  • Anamorphic capture for 16:9 and VistaVision sensors
  • 1.5x anamorphic squeeze
  • Front diameter of 136mm across the TECHNOVISION Classic Series
  • Front anamorphic design

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