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Zeiss CP.2 35mm T1.5 Super Speed
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The Zeiss CP.2 35mm T1.5 Super Speed
The Zeiss CP.2 Super Speed lenses are a line of fast-aperture cinema lenses within the CP.2 family. Compared to the standard CP.2 lenses, they not only offer the ability to shoot in lower light, but also have an improved optics system that features two aspheric and two abnormal partial dispersion elements. This corrects for optical aberrations, paving the way for even higher quality imaging.Like the rest of the line of CP.2 lenses, the Super Speeds feature 14-blade aperture rings for smooth out-of-focus highlights and tight mechanical tolerances for precision adjustments. Across the board, the low distortion and color-matched optics make it simple to incorporate any of the CP.2 lenses into your shoot, without worry of matching issues in post. They are built with standard Cine-style housing with standard focusing and iris gearing, manual iris control, and accurate imperial lens calibration scales.
Zeiss’ Compact Prime CP.2 lenses combine the exceptional optics, color quality, and contrast characteristics that the Zeiss line of SLR lenses are known for with fluid, protracted focus pulls. Geared focus and iris rings allow the CP.2s to integrate rapidly with follow focus rigs, and uniform 114mm barrel diameters facilitate the use of clip-on matte boxes. CP.2s are perfect for narrative work where precise and deliberate focus pulls are needed (such as work on a dolly or slider) and sharp, pristine images are desired.
The Super Speeds open up a stop or two more than their standard CP.2 counterparts, making them better for shooting situations with limited light or where optimal bokeh is desired.
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