The kowa Evolution 2X anamorphic lenses are based on the original optical designs of the vintage and rare Kowa Anamorphics and the P+S TECHNIK lens rehousing 40mm, 50mm, 75mm and 100mm.
The look and bokeh of the Evolution 2X lenses match the genuine anamorphic look of the KOWA Anamorphic lenses.
The optical design of the Evolution 2X lenses is based on their original optical design and the front anamorphic principles. They are low in contrast and warm in color and can be made to flare.
The lenses are built in a compact, lightweight housing with modern cam driven internal focus mechanics. The focus throw has changed significantly compared to the originals. The Evolution lenses offer a 200° angle on the focus ring and a 100° on the aperture ring. The mod 0.8 gears are in the same position of the gear rings throughout the set which integrates them well into a modern production environment”
The 80mm front diameter is perfect for the use of a clip-on matte box and a 77mm thread was added for screw-in filters. That makes the Evolution 2X ideal anamorphic lenses for handheld, Steadicam or drone camera work.
The Angénieux Anamorphic 50-500mm HR T 5 offers a wide range with a medium-sized body, a good aperture, and a medium weight of 10.5 lbs. It is a high-quality and reliable zoom lens well-suited for a variety of shots. Overhauled and Converted by Duclos Lenses.
Welcome to our Apogee RGO lenses with a rehouse of the famous Helios 58mm f2.
With a classic smooth image of the low contrast of vitage lenses. The Apogges are a work by Richard Gale that focused on investigating and modifying hybrid of Soviet-era and modern glass elements. Made to order, these handmade lenses produce a pleasing balance between contemporary sharpness and the grit and flares of the anamorphic and vintage lenses we have come to love.
Vintage Leica R lenses represent a unique combination of sharpness and smoothness, with a creamy out of focus and classic brand bokeh. The basic set is made of the best LEICA “R” glass – 19MM T2.8 V2 / 28MM T2.8 / 35MM T1.4 / 50MM T1.4 / 80MM T1.4 FE / 135MM T2.8 – The serial numbers of these 3,400,000 or later. Made in Germany.
Re-adapted with PL mount, focus ring and 80mm diameter. Used in Spartacus (dir. Stanley Kubrick, DF. Russel Metty), A Clockwork Orange (dir. S. Kubrick, DF. John Alcott), Midnight in Paris (dir. Woody Allen, DF. Darius Khondji) and 12 Monkeys (dir. Terry Gilliam).
18 mm f 2.2, cf 30cm – feet 1 , Pl mount diameter 80mm
25 mm serie 2 f 2.2, cf 40 cm , Pl mount diameter 80mm
32 mm f 2.3, cf 50 cm –feet 1.5 , Rehouse p+s technik diameter 80mm
40 mm f 2.3, cf 50cm – feet 1.5 , Rehouse p+s technik diameter 80mm
50 mm f 2.3, cf 1 mt – feet 3 , Rehouse p+s technik diameter 80mm
75 mm f 2.8, cf 1.30 mt – feet 4 , Pl mount diameter 80mm
100 mm f 2.8, cf 1.40 mt – feet 4.5 , Pl mount diameter 80mm
We are continuing to expand our selection of full frame / large format vintage cinema lenses. The Full frame Zeiss “CONTAX” lens set creates the perfect balance of sharpness and vintage personalities. The “CONTAX” line represents the very best Zeiss glass of its generation, with sharp, clear, highlights and crystal pin point focus. The overall line up is well-rounded by super speed focal lengths. 28mm F2 (Hollywood), 35mm F1.4, 50mm F1.4, 85mm F1.4, 100mm f2 , 135mm F2. And use the same glass and the coating than the Carl Zeiss super speed 1.3 lenses. This exquisite set was conform by choosing each lens very carefully and tested before re housing,
All lenses match perfectly in color and definition !
The Super Speeds and the Contax Zeiss lenses deliver an image that strikes the right balance between giving you contrast and detail while still showing some “character”. They can be just as sharp as modern lenses if they are stopped down a bit.
Canon Introduces the World´s First Zoom Lens with Macro for 35mm Motion Picture Cameras
Canon FD 50mm f/3.5 macro is the second and last 50mm macro lens for the FD mount.
This lens has extremely high resolving power and is used for photography at very close distance. It offers a magnification ratio to 1:2 (half life-size) with magnifications marked from 1:10 on the focusing ring.
300 tele Killar f5.6, cf 3mts.
Created in the 1980s, this lens is the perfect match for the Cooke S2 and the Schneider.
Developed to film rocketry and military explosions from long distances, the 1200 Century was used in films such as 48 Hrs. (1982, Dir. Walter Hill, DF. Ric Waite) and Top Gun (1986, Dir. Tony Scott, DF. Jeffrey Kimball), as well as in various car advertisements.