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Full-Frame Prime Lenses

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Full-Frame Prime LensesThree high-speed, full-frame prime lenses have been added to the ZEISS Supreme Prime series of cine lenses,

The 18-mm T1.5; the 40-mm T1.5; and the 200-mm T2.2 lenses are designed for high-end productions. With a total of 14 prime lenses, the series features fixed focal lengths between 15 and 200 mm and maximum apertures from T1.5 to T2.2. Eleven of the 14 lenses have a fast T-stop of T1.5. The lens family is lightweight and high-quality, providing versatile images.

ZEISS Supreme Prime lenses are designed to cover large-format camera sensors and are compatible with the latest camera models such as the Sony Venice, ARRI Alexa LF, and RED Monstro.

Winter 2020

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