Zeiss ZF.2 Otus lenses (28mm, 55mm, 85mm) seen here did not receive a "full" Cine-Mod. Their mods include focus gears, iris gears, and aperture de-clicks.
There are two available Cine-Mods for the Zeiss Otus lenses.
The Cine-Mod PRO includes:
95mm contoured front ring
genuine 95mm Zeiss front cap
32-pitch focus gear
The Cine-Mod OTUS includes:
95mm contoured from ring
genuine 95mm Zeiss front cap (included with lens)
enhanced focus scale with integrated gear
Now then, with these "kits" you have the option to request a contoured 114mm front ring. The original 95mm front cap that comes with the Otus lenses will work just fine, or you can purchase an additional 114mm front cap.
The Cine-Mod PRO does not include an iris gear, but you can certainly add it to your modification. Another option you have is converting the mount to Canon EF. Of course partial mods, like the ones pictured, are always possible.
Peruse the blog for more posts on the various modifications for the Zeiss Otus lenses.
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