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Sigma Cine Primes

These five prime PL lenses: 20, 24, 35, 50 and 85mm, and all offer T1.5 aperture. SIGMA has made extremely lightweight and compact cine lenses a reality; these lenses keep weight and size to a minimum, at the same time their specification is optimized for enhanced durability. The lenses have a stunning image quality and […]

January 9th, 2019 • by Hand Held Films • in Camera, Lenses

Angénieux Optimo Style 25-250 T3.5

The 25-250 is a quality, all purpose zoom meeting most production needs with desirable 25mm WA position, 10x range and weight of 16lbs. The Style series is fully compatible with the latest generation of digital cameras, with the resolution 4K and higher. The lens comes standard with PL mount but EF (Canon) Mount is also […]

June 28th, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in 35mm Zoom Lenses, Lenses

Angénieux Optimo Style 30-76 T2.8

Supporting 4K resolution on Super 35mm sized sensors, the Angenieux 30-76mm Optimo Style Zoom Lens with PL Mount is patterned after the Angenieux Optimo DP series of zoom lenses and features a 2.5x zoom range of 30 to 76mm. The lens features internal focus design for a constant length as focus is changed and exhibits […]

June 28th, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in 35mm Zoom Lenses, Lenses

Angenieux Wide Angle Adapter

Designed to be attached on the front of the light weight zoom lenses Optimo 15-40, Optimo DP 16-42 & Optimo Style 16-40 , the Wide Angle Adapter 0.75x allows you to push your wide angle lens even further. It has been designed with high optical quality glass and weighs only 1lb (450g). At 15mm, it […]

June 28th, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in Extenders, Mounts, Adapters, Lenses

Angénieux Optimo Style 16-40 T2.8

Supporting 4K resolution on Super 35mm sized sensors, the Angenieux 16-40mm Optimo Style Zoom Lens with PL Mount is patterned after the Angenieux Optimo DP series of zoom lenses and features a 2.5x zoom range of 16 to 40mm. The lens features internal focus design for a constant length as focus is changed and exhibits […]

June 28th, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in 35mm Zoom Lenses, Lenses

P+S Technik Kinoptik Apochromat

First manufactured in the mid-20th Century by French company Kinoptik, these Apochromat lenses have a rare talent for correcting chromatic and spherical aberrations. Rehoused in P+S Technik’s signature style, you get a unique vintage look in a modern package. Please note that the daily price reflects the price of one lens.

May 21st, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in Lenses, Vintage Lenses

P+S Technik Super Baltar

Designed and built in the 1950s, the Super Baltar was developed by Bausch and Lomb, around the same time of the creation of their Oscar award winning CinemaScope lens. Used to shoot classics like The Godfather and Godfather II, these lenses can help you achieve the classic look you’re looking for. This set was expertly […]

February 24th, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in Lenses, Vintage Lenses

Canon K35

These Academy Award winning cinema lenses (1977) are both fast and small, exhibiting less sharpness and contrast than most modern lenses. Most notably used on Aliens (1986) and more recently American Hustle, The Canon K35 achieves a classic look while easily covering modern digital sensors. We offer the following focal lengths: 18mm T1.5/T2.8, 24mm T1.6, […]

February 24th, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in Lenses, Vintage Lenses

Van Diemen Cooke Panchro

Designed in 1945-46 by famed optical designer Gordon Cook, the Series II Speed Panchro improved on the design that made Cooke the standard in Hollywood where MGM, Warner Bros., and Paramount used them almost exclusively. Following in 1954, Series III was designed to address the use of larger negative areas (CinemaScope, Vista Vision, etc.) without […]

February 24th, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in Lenses, Vintage Lenses

P+S Technik Cooke Panchro

Designed in 1945-46 by famed optical designer Gordon Cook, the Series II Speed Panchro improved on the design that made Cooke the standard in Hollywood where MGM, Warner Bros., and Paramount used them almost exclusively. Following in 1954, Series III was designed to address the use of larger negative areas (CinemaScope, Vista Vision, etc.) without […]

February 24th, 2015 • by Hand Held Films • in Lenses, Vintage Lenses