Tokina Cinema has announced the new 25-75mm T2.9. Its focal length falls between its predecessors 11-20mm and 50-135mm, creating a versatile trio of zooms.Continue reading “Tokina Unveils New 25-75mm T2.9 Cine Zoom”
UK based lens mount manufacturer MTF Services has announced a new conversion kit which will allow the Fujinon MK zooms to be converted to L-Mount. If the kit is anything like the rest of their products, it ought to be a proper method for getting the MK zooms onto your Panasonic, Sigma, or Leica camera.Continue reading “Fujinon MK L-Mount Kit from MTF Services”
Exciting news! Cooke Optics will be unveiling the latest Anamorphic/i Full Frame 85mm Macro lens at BSC Expo in just a couple of weeks.Continue reading “Cooke Debuting Anamorphic/i FF+ 85mm Macro at BSC Expo”
Carrying on with their original line of motion picture lens accessories, Duclos Lenses is pleased to introduce the latest and quite possibly greatest Carry Handle and Motor Bracket for the Angenieux 12x Ultra.Continue reading “New 12x Ultra Accessories from Duclos Lenses”
Cine Gear Expo LA is coming up fast! But Duclos Lenses is ready.
In addition to exhibiting our usual collection of lenses and accessories, we’ll be giving special attention to our Lens Service Department – the foundation on which Duclos Lenses was built. Throughout the exhibit days, Duclos Lens Technicians will be repairing lenses right in front of you. Come by and observe our lens technicians doing what they do best!Continue reading “Cine Gear is Near!”
I was invited to the Los Angeles Harbor, for Ken Block’s newest viral video to try out a lens I’ve been working on. The day I went was a “pick-up” day with only a skeleton crew. About 15 people total shooting scenes that needed to be redone or added for one reason or another. Jay Schweitzer was there with his RED camera waiting to slap on a nice wide angle lens for some specific shots. Mayhem ensued as one would expect with Ken Block behind the wheel of a fully tuned Subaru WRX STi. Check out the video…