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Let’s take a look at DZOFilm's line of macro prime lenses and how they look when used for food videography. Each lens includes ARRI PL and Canon EF lens mounts, making it suitable for use with a wider selection of cameras. DZO Film 35, 65, 90mm primes The 32mm T2.8 Gnosis Macro Prime Lens from DZOFilm provides impressive close-up views of your subjects with up to 1:1
Our video team tests the DZOFilm VESPID Prime Lens Kit, which is well-suited for filmmaking productions, ranging from independent to studio. These affordable cinema lenses boast impressive build quality, versatile mount-ability, and stunning cinematic image quality. Have you used any of these lenses? Share your experiences below in the Comments section!
See how the brand new ARRI Signature Zooms were integrated into the emerging world of LED Video Wall and Virtual Production for a fashion shoot with the set design rendered in real time via Epic Games’ Unreal Engine. Have you used ARRI Signature Zooms on your film or video production? Tell us about your experience in the Comments, below!
There is a new cinema zoom lens in B&H's inventory—the Sony FE C 16-35mm T3.1 G—and we are testing it on the Sony PXW FX6 cinema camera. This lens has been designed for filmmakers and video professionals, combining traditional cinema lens operability with the benefits of the Sony E Mount, which allows for autofocus and precise manual focus control. The 16-35mm offers superior sharpness, excellent resolution, a constant aperture of T3.1,
B&H’s Michel Suissa talks with DPs Logan Schneider and Jimmy Matlosz about their experiences filming with ARRI’s Signature Zoom Lenses. After you've enjoyed this conversation, learn more about The Studio at B&H Professional Services and shop for the ARRI Signature Zooms. Similar videos you’ll enjoy:
520 Views· Posted 09/12/2019
Sony has just announced the Sony FX9 XDCAM Cinema Camera. Jeff Rojas sat down for an in-depth first look of the camera with Sony's Tom Cubby. A worthy successor to the Sony FS7 and FS7II, the PXW-FX9 features a new full-frame 6K Exmor R sensor, 15+ stops of dynamic range, dual native 800/4000 ISOs, a variable ND and fast hybrid auto focus. Also announced, Sony’s new
1,057 Views· Posted 04/02/2019
Canon has developed a completely new line of fast PL-mount cinema primes, named Sumire, which are designed for beautiful rendering characteristics as they approach wide open. Jake Estes, from B&H, took this set of full-frame lenses out for a test shoot with the Canon C700 FF and shared his thoughts. The set included a 14mm T3.1,
1,321 Views· Posted 03/18/2019
Cinematographer Mark Raker gets his hands on Sigma’s FF high-speed prime focal lenses and pairs them with a Canon C700 shooting at 5.9K and a Sony A7S II shooting at 4K. With specs like a 95mm front diameter, 0.8 moduling,