Servicevision Announces New T1.4 FF Primes

Originally reported by Jon Fauer at FDTimes, Servicevision has announced a new line of spherical large format primes, the Ultrascorpia 70, during IBC 2018. Fauer reports the lenses will be “light, small, and fast”. The look that these lenses will provide will be “silky smooth, film-look, excellent for digital sensors” said Andres Valles, owner of Servicevision.

Planned focal lengths include an 18mm, 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, 105mm, all T1.4 and will be released in 2019 with a 40mm to follow. 

  • 110mm Front Diameter
  • 60mm Image Circle
  • Appx 1.65kg
  • PL, LPL, XPL Mount

Fauer also notes that the new Ultrascorpia 70 lenses are designed by the same team that brought us the Scorpio FFA Full Frame Anamorphic lenses with a new optical and mechanical design, built in Barcelona Spain. 

Read the original report from Jon Fauer over on FDTimes.com

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Matthew Duclos

A connoisseur of fine motion picture lenses, Matthew has spent over half his life servicing, refining, selling, manufacturing, and collecting cinema lenses from around the world. Chief Operating Officer of Duclos Lenses and Founder of TheCineLens.com, Matthew has been contributing to the motion picture industry for over 15 years, and to this site for over 5 years.

One thought on “Servicevision Announces New T1.4 FF Primes”

  1. Is it that they simply don’t have West Coast USA market penetration? I remember being super excited for Scorpio Anamorphics like 10 years ago, and nothing ever really came of it. Are Scorpio lenses used heavily anywhere in our industry outside of Espana? Just curious because it seems they innovate and make cool stuff (on paper), but I never see it, get to use it, or even hear about it being used in the wild in the USA. Just curious.

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