Cinequipt Estimate printed on November 24, 2017
Canon Cine-Servo 17-120mm T2.95 - PL or EF
Daily Rental Rate: $425.00
Additional Information
The CINE-SERVO 17-120mm T2.95-3.9 lens provides cinematographers and broadcast operations with a compact, lightweight design (only 6.4 lbs.) using Canon optical elements, while offering outstanding performance and reliability in professional shooting environments.

The lens is fully 4K-ready, with a high optical resolution and support for Super35mm large-format cameras. An 11-blade aperture diaphragm helps ensure an artistic and beautiful representation of out-of-focus areas (or “Bokeh”).

The lens also features a high 7x zoom magnification, wide focal length range of 17mm to 120mm, and a 180º smooth rotating focus ring. Acknowledging that broadcasters often need to control zoom, focus and iris/aperture in different ways than filmmakers, Canon has developed this zoom lens with full external servo control for drama, documentary and other broadcast productions.

The servo drive unit is compatible with industry-standard protocols for control from a number of lens controllers including Canon’s standard broadcast lens controllers (ZSD-300D/FPD-400D) and multiple industry standard cinema lens controllers. The drive unit can be easily removed for cinema-style shoots and can be easily re-attached without any manual re-alignment. A 16-bit metadata output enables connection to virtual studio systems.

Now available with a PL or an EF mount, the lens can be converted at CQ, an authorized Canon service facility.

Specifications

Close Focus:
  
33.5 inches

Front Diameter:

114mm

Dimensions:

6.9" diameter x 10.4" long. Weight with servo = 6.4lbs.

Includes:

Lens with choice of PL or EF mount, sunshade, front & rear caps, 15mm lightweight support, lens power cable & case.

Purchase:

Available for purchase at CQ. Please inquire.

 

 

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