Zeiss Compact Prime CP.2 50mm f/2.1 Makro-Planar T* (Feet) Lens with Canon EF EOS Mount

  • Great flare suppression through T* anti-reflex coating and internal light traps
  • Calibrated lens scales
  • Standard focus and iris gear positions
  • Robust and reliable cine style housing
  • Interchangeable mounts

The Compact Prime CP.2 lenses are the latest members of the ZEISS family of lenses for digital and film cameras. This second generation of the Compact Prime lenses now delivers even greater flexibility by introducing interchangeable mounts that allow the lenses to be used with a wide range of cameras from traditional cine to HDSLR systems. This new generation also offers a wide choice of lenses from wide-angle to tele lenses (18 to 100 mm, including a 50 mm macro lens). Affordable, flexible, yet of the highest quality, the new Compact Prime CP.2 lenses are a valuable edition to any film set and any level of cinematographic equipment. Interchangeable Mount The Compact Prime CP.2 lenses are the world’s first cine lenses designed for use with HDSLR cameras. The interchangeable mount guarantees high flexibility for present and future use in any situation and for a wide range of camera platforms. Allows a mix of HDSLR systems with traditional cine cameras, for maximum flexibility on set No need for adapter solutions anymore Five different mounts available (PL, EF, F, Micro 4/3 and E mount) Ready for the Future The Compact Prime CP.2 lenses cover a full-frame image format without vignetting. Combined with the interchangeable mount, the Compact Prime CP.2 offers the possibility to upgrade to any number of existing or future cine and still cameras while still utilizing the same set of lenses. Full-frame

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