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Cinematography OpticsSupreme Prime Radiance lenses from ZEISS are cinematography lenses that feature a T*blue coating for a distinctive look and consistent flares without any losses in contrast or transmission.

The lenses are available as a set of seven focal lengths of between 21 and 100 mm, all with a maximum aperture of T1.5, to capture subtle nuances – even in poor light. With an image circle diameter of 46.3 mm, the lenses cover current large-format cinematography sensors and are compatible with the latest camera models. They feature a front diameter of 95 mm with consistently positioned focus and aperture rings.

Focal lengths include 21 mm with T1.5; 25 mm with T1.5; 29 mm with T1.5; 35 mm with T1.5; 50 mm with T1.5; 85 mm with T1.5; and 100 mm with T1.5


Photonics Spectra
Feb 2020
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