Try Fujifilm's new cinema lenses for free as part of Hireacamera's promotion in London on October 30 at Cherryduck studios. Check out the official information below...

British-made Cooke Anamorphic/i lenses were chosen to give a high-budget cinematic quality to the low-budget horror movie Blood Runs Thick made be Romane Simon. You can read all about Cooke's lenses in the next issue of Pro Moviemaker out very soon! The full information on the film says: 

Sigma has finally revealed its full UK price list for its complete cinema lens range, including the new 14mm and 135mm T2 full-frame primes which will be available this month. Sigma's information says:

Emmy award-winning filmmaker and photographer Lance Murphey is the lucky winner of a Fujifilm MK 18-5mm zoom lens in a competition run at the NAB show in Las Vegas recently. Fujifilm's information says: 

Sony has revealed a pair of wideangle lenses for its full-frame E-mount cameras like the A7 series. The 16-35mm f/2.8 is from their premium G-Master range, while the 12-24mm F/4 lens is the widest available to fit the format. 

The SEL1635GM will start shipping in Europe from August 2017 priced at approximately £2,300. The SEL1224G will start shipping in Europe from July 2017 priced at approximately £1,700. Sony's information says:

Mega retailer WEX is hosting its second annual Lens Show in London on Saturday - and there are still places available. A dedicated video floor lets you try optics from companies like Zeiss, Schneider, Canon and more, and meet representatives from the lens makers to answer any questions you have.

There are also seminars from eminent people in the moviemaking industry like Jim Marks, Phillip Bloom and Simeon Quarrie. The full information reads:

Zeiss has revealed the next-generation of its popular CP.2 Compact Prime lenses – the Zeiss CP.3 and CP.3 XD range.

The lenses are smaller and more compact than the CP.2s and come in focal lengths from 15mm to 135mm. T-stops are T2.9 from 15 to 21mm and T2.1 from 25 to 135mm. All focal lengths now also cover full frame sensors where the 8mm CP.2 doesn’t.

 The sizes of the new optics lenses are more consistent to make swapping between them on rigs easier.

 All the CP.3s have a 95mm front diameter where the CP.2s were 114mm. There are 14-blade apertures for smooth out-of-focus areas and the focus rings all have 300° of focus rotation.

 The XD line provides metadata to enable automatic correction of distortion and vignetting in post production, and are ideal for films using special effects. The full press release says:

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