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  1. SLR Magic APO Hyperprime 4-lens Set

    The SLR Magic APO Hyperprime Cine 4-lens set is a highly-reviewed family of full frame apochromatic cine lenses with a matched T2.1 aperture. The four lenses are

    SLR Magic APO Hyperprime Cine 25mm T2.1
    SLR Magic APO Hyperprime Cine 32mm T2.1
    SLR Magic APO Hyperprime Cine 50mm T2.1
    SLR Magic APO Hyperprime Cine 85mm T2.1

    We offer this rental in your choice of EF or Arri PL mounts.

    The lenses project a 44mm image circle, covering all full frame standards and the 7K resolution of the Red Weapon VV. Standard gears control the manual focus and iris, with a 300-degree focus rotation. Focus is internal, maintaining lens length throughout. Each lens has a 95mm front diameter for clamp-on matte boxes, and also features an 82mm front thread for round filters. Your rental includes a hard case.

     

    Jon’s Take:

    “The apochromatic design of the SLR Magic APO Hyperprime series is previously unheard of in an “affordable” cine lens. High-contrast areas are rendered without the magenta/green fringing common to most lenses. The lenses are sharp, but not clinical, and effective through the entire aperture range. Vignetting is modest on full frame, and negligible on s35. Breathing is almost nonexistent. The SLR Magic APO series invites comparisons to the Cooke S4i series, and holds up exceptionally well, considering you could buy ten SLR Magic lenses for the price of one Cooke. The biggest drawback of the set is no extreme telephoto or wide angle.”

     

    Rental Prices

    $199 for 1 day
    $398 for up to 3 days
    $597 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability.

    Suggested accessories:
    Matte Box
    Rails
    Follow Focus

  2. Zeiss ZE Super Speed 3-Lens Set

    The Zeiss ZE lens family are full frame lenses designed for Canon EF mounts. The 35mm, 50mm, and 85mm in this kit are all f/1.4, great for creating shallow depth of field and working with limited light. These lenses are all manual focus only, with electronic iris control.

    Advantages over the standard Canon 50mm photo primes include hard focus stops, longer focus barrel rotation, and sharper optics edge-to-edge.  Nearly all reviewers rate the Zeiss performance ahead of Canon’s L-series primes.

    Rental Prices

    $99 for 1 day
    $198 for up to 3 days
    $297 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability.

    Suggested accessories:
    Canon DSLR

  3. Rokinon Cine DS Lens Kit EF

    The Rokinon Cine DS Lens Kit includes seven prime lenses covering a complete range of focal lengths. All of the lenses feature 0.8 mod gears on focus and iris, declicked apertures, and fully manual operation.

    These lenses have a Canon EF mount, and can easily be adapted to other camera mounts as well. Each of the lenses (except for the 8mm) covers full frame sensors.

    Your rental includes:
    Rokinon 8mm T3.8 EF
    Rokinon 14mm T3.1 EF
    Rokinon 24mm T1.5 EF
    Rokinon 35mm T1.5 EF
    Rokinon 50mm T1.5 EF
    Rokinon 85mm T1.5 EF
    Rokinon 135mm T2.2 EF
    7-lens hard case

     

    Jon’s Take:

    “The Rokinon Cine DS lenses tend to flare more than their bigger-budget cinema lens counterparts, and maybe aren’t as sharp wide open. But in most situations, audiences won’t ever see their weaknesses. Most of the lenses are incredibly fast, up to T1.5. Their greatest strength is accessibility on a budget, with a relatively small size and weight. For shoots without an AC, they should always be considered, simply because they are easier to handle (and less expensive to replace).”

     

    Rental Prices

    $149 for 1 day
    $298 for up to 3 days
    $447 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability.
  4. Zeiss CP2 6-Lens Set EF Mount

    Zeiss CP2 Lens Set

    Zeiss CP2 lenses have become a standard for film and television productions.  These cinema primes offer full-frame coverage for DSLRs and speedboosters, and are equally at home on cinema cameras with EF mounts and DSLRs.  We offer this set of six lenses, including the “super speed” 35mm, 50mm, and 85mm lenses.

    Shooting on a matching lens set means your shots will all have the same color, contrast, and look.  The fourteen-blade iris makes for near-perfect bokeh and Zeiss’ T* coating reduces reflections and flare.  These lenses are fully manual, and the barrel sizes are matched for easy lens changes, even behind a mattebox and follow focus. They have imperial markings (in feet). Your rental includes a hard case.

    Lenses included:

    Zeiss CP.2 21mm T2.9 EF
    Zeiss CP.2 28mm T2.1 EF
    Zeiss CP2 35mm T1.5 EF

    Zeiss CP.2 50mm T1.5 EF
    Zeiss CP.2 85mm T1.5 EF
    Zeiss CP.2 100mm T2.1 EF

    Insurance is required for this rental.

    6-lens Set

    $249 for 1 day
    $498 for up to 3 days
    $747 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability.
  5. Rokinon 135mm T2.2 Cine Lens

    The Rokinon 135mm T2.2 EF Mount Lens is a manual focus telephoto lens for full frame video cameras, perfect for the filmmaker balancing the needs of a production against a tight budget. All of Rokinon’s Cine DS lenses feature a de-clicked aperture, consistent color reproduction across focal lengths, standard focus gears, and T-stop markings on both sides of the barrel.

    We rent a complete set of Rokinon Cine DS lenses, from 8mm to 135. Samyang, Rokinon, and Bower are three identical lens brands all made by the same company, using the same optical formula.

    This lens is a great length for close ups and portraits, especially on full frame cameras. It can also be mounted on super 35 and APS-C cameras, making it a more extreme telephoto.

    Jon’s Take:

    “The Rokinon Cine DS lenses tend to flare more than their bigger-budget cinema lens counterparts, and won’t match for corner sharpess wide open. But in most situations, audiences won’t ever see the difference between them. Their greatest strength is accessibility on a budget, with a relatively small size and weight. For shoots without an AC, they should always be considered, simply because they are easier to handle (and less expensive to replace).”

     

    Brand Rokinon
    Name 135mm Cine DS T2.2 EF
    Focal Length 135 mm
    Maximum Aperture T 2.2
    Mount Type Canon EF
    Focus Manual
    Focus Hard Stops yes
    Focus Gear 0.8 Mod
    Iris Manual Declicked
    Front Threads 77 mm
    Close Focus Distance 0.8 m
    Maximum Magnification 4:1

     


    May we suggest:

    Rokinon Cine DS Lens Kit

    77mm filters

    Rental Prices

    $39 for 1 day
    $78 for up to 3 days
    $117 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability

     

  6. 50mm T1.5 Rokinon Cine Lens

    The Rokinon (or Samyang) 50mm T1.5 cine lens is part of Rokinon’s cinema lens series for the budget-minded cinematographer. Featuring a de-clicked aperture ring, and gears on the aperture and focus rings, the Rokinon cine lenses are ideal for film and video.

    This lens has an EF mount and 77mm front filter threads. It close-focuses to 18 inches.

    Rental Prices

    $39 for 1 day
    $78 for up to 3 days
    $117 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability.
  7. Sigma EF USB Dock

    The Sigma USB dock for Canon mount lenses allows you to connect your Sigma lenses to your computer. This allows you to update firmware and adjust focus and stabilization settings using the free Sigma Optimization Pro software.

    The lens dock is only compatible with the Sigma Art, Contemporary, and Sports line lenses featuring a Canon EF lens mount. See the table below for specific models and features supported.

    Rental Prices

    $14 for 1 day
    $28 for up to 3 days
    $42 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability.

    Suggested accessories:

    Sigma EF mount lens
    Computer

    Sigma USB Dock Compatibility Chart
    Lens Firmware Update Focus Setting OS AF Speed Focus Limiter
    20mm F1.4 DG HSM Yes Yes X X X
    24mm F1.4 DG HSM Yes Yes X X X
    35mm F1.4 DG HSM Yes Yes X X X
    50mm F1.4 DG HSM Yes Yes X X X
    24-35mm F2 DG HSM Yes Yes X X X
    24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM Yes Yes X X X
    120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    17-70mm F2.8-4 DC MACRO OS HSM Yes Yes X X X
    30mm F1.4 DC HSM Yes Yes X X X
    18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM Yes Yes X X X
    18-200mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM Yes Yes X X X
    18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM Yes Yes X X X
    50-100mm F1.8 DC HSM Yes Yes X X X
    OS, AF Speed and Focus limiter are only adjustable on lenses with a custom mode switch.
    DN Lenses are not currently compatible with the USB dock.
  8. Zeiss 50mm T1.5 CP2 Lens with EF Mount

    The Zeiss CP.2 50mm T1.5 Super Speed lens with EF mount is an excellent all-purpose lens, and reads as a “normal” focal length on full frame or Vista Vision sensors like the Canon 5D mark III.  Zeiss CP.2s have become a standard for film and television productions.  The Compact Prime family offer full-frame coverage for DSLRs and speedboosters, and are equally at home on cinema cameras with EF mounts and DSLRs.

    The fourteen-blade iris makes for near-perfect bokeh and Zeiss’ T* coating reduces reflections and flare.  Zeiss CP.2s are fully manual, and barrel sizes are matched for easy lens changes, even behind a mattebox and follow focus. All our CP2 lenses have imperial markings (in feet).

    Our Zeiss CP2 lenses can be reserved and rented as a kit. We don’t accept advance reservations for individual lenses, but you can pick them up same-day with an appointment.

    Looking for a more affordable Zeiss 50mm? Our Zeiss cine-modded 50mm Planar T* is a popular option.

    Insurance or a deposit is required for this rental.

    Rental Prices

    $64 for 1 day
    $128 for up to 3 days
    Call or email for availability.
  9. Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS Lens

    Canon-70-200-2-8-is

    The Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS lens is famous for beautiful bokeh, tack-sharp images, and impressive image stabilization.  This telephoto zoom lens is most popular with wedding, event, sport, and nature photographers, but is also right at home on DSLR video sets.

    The 70-200, like all EF-mount lenses, will work with any Canon DSLR we carry.  It’s also compatible with the Canon 1.4x telephoto extender, for added reach.  It has 77mm front threads, and close-focuses to 4.6 feet.

    Rental Prices

    $49 for 1 day
    $98 for up to 3 days
    $147 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability.
    Suggested accessories:
    Canon DSLR
  10. Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 DX II Wide-Angle Zoom Lens

    Tokina-11-16

    Ours go to 11.  Millimeters, that is.  This Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 zoom lens will fit EF and EF-S mounts, although it vignettes on full frame cameras at wider than 16mm. This is a great lens to capture action and events up close.  It has modest barrel distortion but it’s definitely not a fisheye.  Autofocus performance is excellent, and you can pull the focus ring for manual focus with a hard infinity stop, great for video shooters.

    We love this lens paired with a jib or slider dolly for sweeping wide shots.  A great option for landscape shooters, its sweet spot seems to be around f/11. For shooters who would rather have a manual lens, the Rokinon 14mm should be considered.

    If you are shooting on a smaller sensor like the BMCC, BMPCC, or MFT cameras, this lens is a must-have for its focal length, speed, and great optics. Don’t forget you may need an EF lens adapter.

    The Tokina has 77mm front threads. This lens pairs really well with the Sigma 24-60mm f/2.8, with the same maximum aperture, filter size, and weight.

    If you’re considering this lens for fullframe, you might also want to consider the Sigma 20mm f/1.8.  It’s a bit sharper, 1 1/3 stops faster, with less distortion, and just a touch less wide.

    Rental Prices

    $34 for 1 day
    $68 for up to 3 days
    $102 for up to 7 days
    Call or email for availability.

    Suggested accessories:

    Canon DSLR, 77mm Filter Kit


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