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  1. #1 Laowa OOOM 25-100 T2.9 Cine (Interchangeble PL/EF) 
    Sorry for the long delay. The Laowa OOOM 25-100mm T2.9 is finally getting shipped. S35+ coverage (6k HD covered on Monstro). Par-focal. 1.4x FF Expander and 1.33x Rear Anamorphic Expander will be released in a few months. Both of them are specially designed for the OOOM.

    Some demo footage for your consideration.



    (Credit: Ascending Works, DP: Weston Walker)


    Features

    Comprehensive 4x zoom range

    A versatile, all-in-one lens. From ultra wide to telephoto.

    Super35+ coverage

    A bigger super35 covering 4k UHD on Alexa Mini and 8k HD on Red Helium / 5k HD on Red Gemini

    Parfocal design

    The focus remains the same no matter zoom in or out. Your subject will remain sharp and in focus.

    Extremely low focus breathing

    Your composition will remain the same when changing the focus.

    Constant T2.9 with super close focus

    The large constant T2.9 allows you to shot in low light situation through-out the whole zoom range. The lens can focus as close as 60cm (~2 feet) which give you more opportunities for a creative shot.

    Full Frame Compatible via 1.4x Expander (To be released in 3 months)

    A 1.4X FF Expander is carefully designed to match with the OOOM with no degradation on image quality. A quick switch button on the lens allows easy conversion of focal length scale.

    Rear 1.33X Anamorphic Adapter (To be released in 3 months)

    A 1.33X Rear Anamorphic Adapter is also designed to create cinematic 2:39:1 widescreen ratio when paired up with the OOOM.

    The Look

    We are trying to deliver a zoom lens which blends in the characters of both modern and vintage optics. The OOOM is designed to offer a beautiful vintage look in its colour and bokeh. The image is not overly contrasty nor flat but with good sharpness found in modern lens. It also renders a natural healthy skin tone and silky smooth transition.
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    is this a ful lframe lens? I had a customer looking for a reasonably priced FF zoom
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacek Zakowicz View Post
    is this a ful lframe lens? I had a customer looking for a reasonably priced FF zoom
    No, but there is an FF expander also available... It might only eat half a stop (though I could be confusing that with the rear-anamorphic adapter).
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    expanders usually take 1-1.5 stops away. no matter what they tell you. And affect image due both to enlarging the image and additional lenses added to the system, not necessarily matched exactly to the optical design of one particular lens.
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    Yep we are also introducing a 1.4x FF expander which is specially designed for the OOOM and so the impact on image is minimal. It did take a way 1 stop of light but it will work much better than other expanders in the market.
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    More demo footages. The key of the OOOM is the range it provides. One lens does it all.



    Credit: Silton Buendia
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    What is the image circle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misha Engel View Post
    What is the image circle?
    The image circle is the cross section of the cone of light transmitted by a lens or series of lenses onto the image plane. ;)
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    Covers 35+ (covered 6K HD on Monstro which is 33.04mm) with no expander on.
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    Parfocal? Yep!
    Last edited by Jon Dishler; 07-19-2020 at 09:07 PM.
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