The lenses cost $2495.00 almost half the price of Canon’s Cine Primes. These lenses provide a wide apertures and resolution, which will come in handy when shooting 4K footage. At the present time there are 3 lenses 24mm, 50mm and 85mm focal lengths with more coming in the near future. Users will be able to switch from PL, Canon, Nikon, Sony E and Micro Four Thirds bodies, and all have identical dimensions and layout so operators can quickly become familiar with controls across the range. Each lens has a maximum aperture of T1.5 and a minimum of T22 via an 11-blade iris, and elements feature the company’s X-Coating for sharpness and contrast. The series features distance scales and aperture readings on both sides of the barrel and an accessory thread of 114mm. There will be no problem lining your follow focus after changing lenses.
FIRST LOOK OF THE XEEN LENSES IN ACTION. https://vimeo.com/135852481
These are the two items you will need. I used 5 CRISPER LINERS and 4 Disc Foams 1 Disc on each corner of the monitor speakers. Each item I picked up at The Dollar Tree for $1.00 each total $11.00
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