We've categorized each lens based on it's intended capture format. There are a wide variety of formats in the age of digital cinematography, but we've narrowed the choices down to three major options popular among cinematographers; Micro 4/3, Super 35, and Full Frame. For more information on lens coverage and specific format choices, contact our experts today.
A format popularized by the Panasonic line of mirrorless cameras. The Micro 4/3 format can be a very versatile tool for budget cinematographers.
Super 35 format; the backbone of the motion picture industry for over 100 years. A vast majority of cinema lenses are designed to cover the Super 35 format.
Full Frame, also known as Vista Vision, is a familiar format to anyone moving from still to motion. A very powerful film making format, FF35 has a bright future.