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42-420mm Angenieux Optimo Anamorphic
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    • 2:1 horizontal squeeze achieved by cylinder optics in the rear part of the lens
    • Perfect homogeneity of color, contrast, resolution and low distortion typical of the optimo series
    • Constant T4.5 across zoom range, no ramping
    • Minimal breathing suitable for rack focusing
    • Close Focus of (1.24m/4’1“ feet) enables extreme close-up shots
    • Reduced distortion on all focal lengths and all focus distances
    • One of the lightest and most compact anamorphic zooms of its range
    • Precise and ergonomic focus ring with scale rotation of 320 degrees & over 40 focus marks.
      Interchangeable focus scale ring from feet to meters
    • Available in PL mount. Easily interchangeable with PV Panavision mount
    • Thanks to the IRO technology™, the Optimo 42-420 A2S, with a spherical kit option, can be converted to a spherical 25-250 T3.5 zoom by swapping the rear group and appropriate rings
    • Precise and rugged travelling of the zoom and focus groups using Angenieux classic rod mechanical guiding system
    • Suited for extreme production environments (temperature range from -20°C to +45°C)
    • Compatible with 1.4x and 2x extenders: 84-840mm T9 (wit 2x)
    • Built-in lens encoder provides lens metadata (focus, zoom, T-stop) via standard cooke protocol or technology in both spherical and anamorphic configurations
    • Lens data can be displayed on camera monitors to assist critical focusing and be recorded in camera to support VFX/post production work
    • Front thread for optional protective glass

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  • 7.6 kg Don't wanna know the price.

  • 5000$ x Kg?

  • More.

    $75,000 for lens.

  • Rear anamorphic is probably the only way you can build a zoom like this. Too bad