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    Quote Originally Posted by Remington Chase View Post
    Based on Otus.
    Where did you get this info?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Lindsay View Post
    The tricky thing with an early leak like this (if that is what it is) is that the people who have used these lenses can't talk about them yet... the import questions can't be answered...

    for example.

    Do they cover monstro?
    Do they flare?
    If yes what colour?
    What weight are they?
    Are they sufficiently free from chromatic aberration?
    Is the look like ARRI/Zeiss masters or do they depart from that approach?
    Is it a photographic look or more cinema in approach? Upfront crisp or more easy going?

    ... anyway good to see an interesting addition to FF glass... and the speed is very impressive... also I am very pleased that Zeiss are still committed to high end cinema glass!!

    I can answer all of these questions after the official announcement, but I have checked coverage and will fill you in shortly.

    Beyond that, I have a red dot on my forehead until then.
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    Phil,


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    We are really going to want a 2160P monitor tap on camera and smart focus assist tech for shooting these WFO on the VV & FF sensors. BTW, Zen master focus pullers are going to do well methinks ;-)

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    I think I'll wait for the Stuffed-Crust Supremes.

    In terms of price point and where they sit in the Zeiss range, could these be considered the new Ultraprimes? The Ultraprimes of the LF world?

    Hey Schneider-Kreuznach, you gents still awake over there?
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    These are the real deal. Quite impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remington Chase View Post
    Based on Otus.
    The problem with this idea is the leaked focal lengths don't have two Otus sizes.
    The Otus 55mm, and 28mm are not in the line up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erich Roland View Post
    The problem with this idea is the leaked focal lengths don't have two Otus sizes.
    The Otus 55mm, and 28mm are not in the line up.
    Also Zeiss are quite capable of designing a new series of cine lenses from the ground up...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    I can answer all of these questions after the official announcement

    Dammit Phil, you just keep me hanging on...




    but I suppose you can't hurry love.
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    Just to add to the discussion... unless the mounts are interchangeable, why would you want LPL mount on these? Unless there are two distinctly different designs for the sets, this means they were more-or-less designed for PL/EF and the LPL is just a mount change. So if there is going to be a PL to LPL adapter, wouldn't just getting these in PL cover all PL and LPL cameras? If you got these in LPL, they would not be able to be used on PL, even though they were designed to. Just throwing out some food for thought.
    Thank you Red Team for unlocking/correcting the i/data technology. Cooke lenses are reading correctly and all his happy in Cooke/Epic land. Thanks!
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