Zeiss Otus ZE
Zeiss Otus ZE

Cine-Mod Journal March 08, 2018 0 Comments

A gorgeous example of the Cine-Mod Pro on a Zeiss Otus ZE lens. 

This Cine-Mod is slightly different. The ZE models lack a manual aperture movement which makes de-clicking impossible. For users who don't mind the reversed focus movement, the ZF.2 version of the Otus lenses provide a fully manual aperture ring that can be de-clicked. It's because of this that most of our customers choose the ZF.2 which we offer a solid Canon EF mount conversion for. Essentially, the best of both worlds!

This lens received our seamlessly contoured 95mm front ring, genuine 95mm Zeiss front cap and a tailored 32-pitch focus gear machined from solid black Delrin.

Yet another beautiful Cine-Mod Pro for a happy owner-operator.




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