The CP.2 EF mount can easily be swapped out for a standard-cinema PL mount. A single, affordable, professional quality lens can be used on both cinema and still cameras. The Compact Prime CP.2 lenses cover a full-frame image format without vignetting.
The iris opening of the Compact Prime CP.2 lenses is created by 14 high precision blades. It stays consistently round and symmetrical over the entire T-stop range. This translates into natural and pleasing out-of-focus highlights and a smooth bokeh.
This family of fast cine prime lens is designed for filmmaking and video production applications. The system offers compatibility with PL, EF, F, MFT and E mounts. Compact Prime Super Speed lenses show less aberration which results in an overall better image quality. Images appear much sharper and show a much higher contrast. The CP.2 family, provides full coverage of full frame 24 x 36 sensors.
Across the entire CP.2 family, the front diameter is consistent, focus and iris gears are standard, and the housing is cine-style, offering thus compatibility with all standardized follow-focus systems. In addition, all CP.2 lenses feature a focus ring rotation of 300° and as such allows accurate follow-focusing.
Good close focus Standard 77mm filter threading. Affordable cine-style lens adapted for 0.8 pitch follow focuses. All Cine-Rokinon lenses have a “declicked” Iris for smooth rotation when using a lens motor.
An affordable cine-style lens adapted for 0.8 pitch follow focuses. This lens has an 8 Blade lens bokeh and opens to a very fast T1.5. All Cine-Rokinon lenses have a “declicked” Iris for smooth rotation when using a lens motor.
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