Prototypen der neuen SUMIRE Primes von Canon im Kunden-Test.
Vor kurzem besuchten wir einige unserer Kunden mit drei Prototypen der neuen Sumire Primes von Canon.
The Canon Sumire Prime Lens introduces a unique optical design with a nuanced look as the lens aperture approaches its maximum setting – subtly modifying the textural renderings of the human facial close-up. It also smooths the transition to the fall-off portions of the scene resulting in pleasing bokeh.
IB/E Optics Raptor macro lens kit
The movement towards larger format sensors is still in progress. Early examples include RED Weapon 6K and 8K, Sony A7 or ARRI‘s new ALEXA65. Larger sensors deliver the film-look and an interesting bokeh due to their very shallow depth of field. These new cameras require lenses that can cover the larger sensor sizes.

With the RAPTOR lens family IB/E OPTICS offers a new macro lens set with 4 focal lengths 60mm, 100 mm, 150 mm and 180 mm. Exclusively distributed by Band Pro Film & Digital Inc. (Burbank, CA) and Band Pro Munich GmbH

The RAPTOR lenses featuring full frame (24×36) coverage, 1:1 magnification, T-Stop 2.9 as well as robust and durable professional cine mechanics.

Features:

Maximum magnification 1:1
No change in length (!) thanks to internal focusing
extended color correction (APO)
T-Stop 2.9 within all focal lengths
Constistent distance from flange to iris- and focusring
Front diameter of 95 mm
M0.8 gear wheels for focus and iris
UMS PL Mount (Nikon F, Canon EF, Sony NEX E, …)
Robust and durable mechanical design