Cooke Debuts New Focal Lengths For Anamorphic Full Frame Plus Lenses

Cooke Optics has announced new lenses in its S7/i and Anamorphic/i Full Frame Plus ranges.

The company continues to grow its S7/i range with the introduction of the 300mm S7/i as well as their Anamorphic/i Full Frame Plus range with a new 180mm. In addition, Cooke is announcing a new branch of the S7/i family by introducing three 1:1 macro Full Frame Plus lenses: 60mm, 90mm and 150mm. All lenses are designed as motion picture lenses.

The company has produced a webinar on the latest developments for the /i Technology lens metadata standard, including the most recent productions that have benefited from utilizing the technology, and updates on the Cooke Optics TV educational channel and the ShotOnCooke curated motion gallery.

Les Zellan, Chairman, Cooke Optics, said, “We’re disappointed that we are unable to see many of our international friends at NAB this year, but this webinar will give people the opportunity to hear more about the new lenses, find out what else we are working on including Cooke Optics TV and #ShotOnCooke, and ask the questions that they would have been able to discuss on the stand.”

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