We speak to DOP William Wages and Director Roland Joffé about the look for this moment in time new movie
Fujinon has an enviable reputation for its cine lenses but is now concentrating on a wider market. We consider the new MK zooms alongside the latest Sony equivalent
Nine of the best vintage lenses. Our regular Gear Group this month is all about looking back to make sense of the present. What we mean is that vintage lenses, like vinyl, are more popular than ever as it’s their age and deficiencies that tame the digital-ness of modern-day cameras. We have a pick of the most popular oldies on the market.
Samyang Optics who are making some extremely good value cine lenses have announced a new one, the XEEN 16mm T2.6.
Cooke’s new 35-140mm Anamorphic zoom lens is a monster in more ways than one. But if you’re lucky enough to try one you may be spoilt for life. Words Jonathan Jones.
ARRI has introduced two new focal lengths to the Master Anamorphic series, extending the range at both the wide-angle and telephoto ends.
This August will see the appearance of Fujifilm's new 2/3” Fujinon UA13x4.5 wide zoom lens, capable of shooting at an ultra-wide-angle of 4.5mm.
Canon has launched what they are calling one of the most important lenses of their 45 year history of making glass.
ZEISS has announced the super wide Batis 2.8/18 lens for initially the Sony E-mount.
FUJIFILM has announced that it will release their XK6x20 lens as a new addition to the lineup of 4K-compatible digital cinema camera zoom lenses in late June.
LAOWA UK has launched their 105mm F2 STF Lens. STF stands for Smooth Trans Focus, in reference to its special optical system, which is intended to deliver smooth transitions between crisp in‐focus areas and creamy defocused background or foreground areas.
Creative Director of Ember Films, Jonathan Jones took a look at an early example of the Cooke Macro Anamorphic 65mm lens. It intrigued him so much that he made a short film using just that lens.